- 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.