Coco’s life forever changed when a kind man found her on the side of a busy highway near Brainerd, Minnesota. He and his wife realized they could not keep her, they asked their daughter, Caree, to please save this dog. As Caree drove back to the Twin Cities with Coco, she asked me to tell Coco (in an animal communication session), the sunburned and extremely thin Chihuahua, that she had a new forever home. Caree described Coco as very sunburn, thin, frightened Chihuahua mix.
Coco and I talked. She started our conversation with “It is a very busy week. First I was in the road, then I was picked up by a very nice gentleman, and now I’m in a car again with Caree. This is very tiring.” She continued about her life in a puppy mill, commented on her puppy mill name “Tiny. What a dumb name!” and was excited to met Caree’s big dog. “I want to stay with Caree in a forever home. I hope she can keep me. I don’t want to go out on the street again.”
A few months after adopting Coco, Caree asked me to help with her dog’s anxiety (loud noises, thunderstorms, vet visits, and nail clipping), and separation anxiety.