Elaine Garley of Animal Bridges received this email testimonial from Cat Bear of Richfield, MN on August 12, 2015. Monty, the dog stops limping after an animal communication.
“I met Elaine at an event several months ago. We engaged her to speak to our dog Bo (who had just passed away) and our 3 other pets Monty (dog), Earl (cat), and Leo (cat). The [animal] communication she had with all 4 of them was very valuable, but the most remarkable information we received was about Monty.
Livie, the flat coated retriever, was diagnosed in December of 2014 and almost died because of Congestive Heart Failure. Her pet parents, Mary Ann Rafferty and Kate Stankis of Minneapolis, Minnesota emailed Elaine. “At the time, she was diagnosed with Dilated Cardimyopathy, an irreversible heart condition whose prognosis is poor. At this time (March 2015), Livie is on medication and doing well.”
Mary Ann asked Animal Bridges to communicate with Livie about their concerns. Livie prognosis was not great and they wanted to ask her about her pain, what she wanted to do (a bucket list), how to help her relax, and to let them know when she is ready to transition.
MINNEAPOLIS May 19, 2015 – Animal Bridges has been awarded the 2015 Best of Minneapolis Animal Communicator Award.
Animal Bridges was identified as a company that enhances the positive image of small businesses through service to their customers and our community. They help make the Minneapolis area a great place to live, work, and play.
“I couldn’t be more thrilled”, says Elaine. “I love Minneapolis, I’ve lived here for 38 years and small businesses are such an important part of our community and society. It’s a special honor, and it means a lot to me to be awarded for this.”
How to you introduce a cat who lived mostly outside in a wooded area for over four years to a dog? The dog lived with an older cat for over eight years who crossed Rainbow Bridge.
Now the dog, Jyota, was interested in the new cat, Joey. The feelings weren’t mutual.
Being a dog, Jyota sniffed at the door separating them, barked from her crate at Joey, and would sometimes lunge at Joey.
Joey, the cat, lived mostly outside at a retreat facility and was used to people.
The following testimonial was posted on SideWalkDog.com on November 24, 2014 by Becky Nelson of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.
“I first contacted Elaine in 2012 when I discovered my cat Katie had cancer. Elaine assisted Katie through several Healing Touch for Animals® (HTA) sessions and with several animal communications. The communications and support from Elaine during this difficult time gave comfort to Katie, in addition to me and my family.
October is the month of changes and Halloween. Some people like getting “scared” with the goblins, ghosts, and horrible monsters. Scared cats and dogs are just that — scared!
Our pets don’t understand why people are dressed funny, wear masks, and try to scare them. For many pets it is a time of uncertainty, anxiety, and fear. Pets don’t understand Halloween and can be afraid.
What does fear feel like? Imagine getting a dreaded phone call or dropping your dog’s leash and losing him.
Animal Bridges was busy September 6 and 7, 2014 meeting people and their wonderful dogs at Doxis Races and MIA Dog Day.
Saturday, September 6, Animal Bridges was a sponsor of the James J. Hill Days’ 40th Annual Dachshund Races at Wayzata on beautiful Lake Minnetonka, MN.
The races included a dash race and a hurtle race followed by a fashion show.
Elaine taught the crowd how to save a person or a dog’s life with Tellington TTouch® Ear Slides.
Elaine had a great time meeting everyone’s dogs on two perfect September days.
- Does your pet have pain or act scared sometimes?
- Ever wish you could tell her something she would understand?
- Wish you knew what he was thinking?
We’ll help you help your pet with solutions that get amazing results!
Elaine was not only able to talk to my beloved Rosco and fill me in on what was going on with him, but she was also able to calm my worried heart. Her method of healing worked wonders and I’m so thankful for her beautiful gift.” — Sandy Fisk, Newnan, GA
School has started. Schedules change.
What is changing in your life and your pet’s life?
- Are your schedules changing from being home during the summer to going back to school?
- Is your pet’s best buddy going off to college or moving into an apartment?
- Did your work schedule change and you are working different times?
- Do you have new activities – sports, meetings, scouts – and won’t be home for your pet?
- Other changes include new member of family (human or animal), death in family or a friend (human or animal), change in employment, moving, finances, etc.
Although these changes may not affect you, the changes may be confusing to your pet.
- Keep you dogs out of the lakes, creeks, and rivers. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention strongly advise to “keep children and pets out of the affected area until cleanup has been completed.”
- Water in lakes, creeks, and rivers may be contaminated with chemicals, pesticides, and feces. (I heard of a porta potty floating in a local Minnesota lake.)
- Keep your dogs from drinking affected water. This includes “street tea” or the water puddles by the curb. The water may cause diarrhea.
- Open wounds may get infected from the flood waters.
- Read this great article by a vet on water borne illnesses in dogs.
Is your pet acting up after the floods or acting afraid? Schedule a free 15-minute consultation.
- When you ask your pet, “want a treat?” or “want to go outside?,” do they seem to know what you’re asking and respond?
- Do you somehow know when your pet is sick or hurt?
- Can you feel your pet’s love for you?
Then you are communicating with your pet!
As a professional animal communicator, I’ve had special training that enhances the natural communication you may have experienced. Because of this training, I can help you learn more about your pet.
Working from my home, I hold a telepathic conversation with your pet, asking questions you provide, or giving them information for you. As I work with your pet, I hear the conversation in my head and feel both emotional and physical issues the animal is experiencing. After the session, I provide a transcript of the conversation, including insight into the animal’s feelings, thoughts, and concerns.