How do you find the perfect dog when your very special dog has passed on? You ask your Angel Dog for help! Here is Livie’s story of helping her people find the perfect dog.
I meet Livie, the flat coated retriever, after a very scary time in her life. In December 2014, Livie almost died from Congestive Heart Failure. The vet said she would live about 7 months.
Isabella Allard from Cascais, Portugal wrote the following testimonial about her experience with Elaine the animal communicator from Animal Bridges:
“I was looking for an animal communicator to speak to my horse [Samba] as I wanted to know why he had gone lame and what he needed to get better.
I found Elaine while searching on-line and am so happy I did.
I booked her FREE 15 minute consultation [by Skype] and explained my situation.
She has a lovely energy and I felt assured she could help. We arranged a session.
Shortly after our call, she spoke with my horse and sent me a transcript via email of their conversation; which truly warmed my heart to read.
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.”
“Am I the best advocate for Hobbes, our wheaten terrier?” Once again, I revisited the idea of Hobbes becoming a therapy dog. Hobbes loves people and especially children. He comforted a neighbor when she thought her dog was dying – it was a happy ending. As we were refreshing our training, I realized he loves people but doesn’t like the repetition.
An animal communicator friend confirmed Hobbes likes to figure out what I was teaching him and then he wants to move on. I know he puts up with grooming. Once he told me he didn’t want to be a wheaten terrier and wanted to be a regular dog with no haircuts. I said, I was sorry but we couldn’t change his breed.
Lucy, a 5½-month old Bernese mountain dog, started limping after playing with another dog. Karen, Lucy’s guardian, was concerned about Lucy’s limping and took her to the vet. The veterinarian diagnosed a sprained left knee. Lucy needed two weeks of limited activity. Karen asked the veterinarian several questions and mentioned I was an animal communicator. The vet recommended I talk with Lucy about Karen’s concerns.
I was recently moved to write the following recommendation on LinkedIn for Elaine Garley, of Animal Bridges. She does animal communication, animal healing touch, TTouch therapy and works with Bach Flower Remedies. The following chronicles the progress she’s helped us make with our newest adoptee, Oliver I wanted those of you who aren’t on LinkedIn to hear of her services, too.—Sid
The phone rang. As I answered it, I barely heard a name followed by “My dog” and tears. I knew Emily was calling about her aging pet. We met a few weeks before, and she told me her dog not doing well. As Emily composed herself, I explained as an animal communicator I would talk with Scooter, the Cocker Spaniel, and send Emily a transcript of our talk.
Scooter came into Emily’s life when she was 11, and they shared many adventures together. Now Scooter had cancer and was not doing well. Emily wanted the best for Scooter and wanted to know how she could help Scooter.
Can cats travel in car for two days? Yes with the help of animal communications.
Laura and Mark needed to know. They talked about moving to Austin, Texas and leaving Minnesota behind. It meant finding jobs, an apartment suitable for three cats, and actually moving there.
After their plans were set, Laura asked Elaine of Animal Bridges, an animal communicator, to talk to Bear, Bubba, and Sophie and let them know how their lives would change.
I started the animal communication with all three cats and then talked to each of them separately. Right away Bear said, “Please tell me what is going on. Mark is gone. Is he coming back? Why are there boxes? What is going on?”
Claire Marie, Wadsworth’s person, asked if I could help them. Wadsworth, the cat, was licking and over-grooming himself so much that he had seven spots that were raw or bleeding. He had even pulled out the hair. They made many trips to the vet over several months and were using the prescribed medicine for cat excessive grooming. Claire Marie was frustrated and not sure what to do.
As an animal communicator, I talked with Wadsworth and his personality really came through. I commented that he is very good looking and he replied, “Thanks. My looks are important to me.” Our animal communication continued and he explained why he was licking himself so much.
E: I understand you lick yourself until you bleed. Why are you doing this?
W: I am obsessed with being clean. I must, must, must be clean and look the best I can look.