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Do’s and Don’ts for Throwing the Perfect Pet Party

In Animal Communication, Animal Information, Dog Talk by valheartLeave a Comment

Decades ago, dog birthday parties were not the norm. Today’s pet parents celebrate with gusto. In fact, party supplies are just one contributor to the total amount spent on dogs, cats and other companion animals in the U.S. each year, which the American Pet Products Association estimates at $55.5 billion for 2013. If you have never thrown your dog a …

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Dog Seizure Symptoms – What You Need to Know

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What are common dog seizure symptoms? Let’s first define what a dog seizure is.  Seizures, also known as convulsions, are one of the most common dog disorders. It is caused by an abnormal burst of electrical activity inside the dog’s brain, specifically the cortex, which is responsible for sensation, movement, thought and memory. It can sometimes spread out to other …

Wanna see my Pet Rocks? They’re Transformational (but don’t tell them that, they might get a big head and then they’d look funny(er)…)

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Hi Friend, I was recently in Los Angeles attending a business mastermind retreat with my mentor Eli Davidson. She asked us to each bring something with us that reflected our greatness, qualities we admired, something unbreakable. Then we got to do a show and tell with our colleagues at the retreat. My special something was my blue scarab pet rock. …

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How Snails and a Corral started my mission to change the world…

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The Snail That Got Away – my 1st Entrepreneurial Venture Not many people know this, but my first entrepreneurial business when I was 28 years old was as a snail farmer!  I was so excited!  I joined the Snail Farmers Association of America. My company was called Texcargo (a play on the word Texas and Escargot) and my mission was …

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Horse Whispering: Animal Communication That Gets Results With Your Horse, Dog or Cat

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Although horse whispering has been around for ages, it most recently became a worldwide phenomenon in the mid 1990’s with the bestselling book and block buster movie with Robert Redford called The Horse Whisperer. The term is a colloquial for natural horsemanship. That is, it’s a collective term used to describe a variety of horse training techniques where abusive training …

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Pet Communication: Understanding the Importance of the Heartmind Connection

In Animal Communication, Cat Talk, Dog Talk by valheart1 Comment

Did you know that your pet is talking to you telepathically and energetically all the time, just begging for you to understand them? I believe everyone is equipped to feel, connect and communicate with their animals.  That does not mean pet owners are always interested in learning, which is tragic when you consider the consequences of poor communication, misunderstandings and …

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The Truth about Colic

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As you shake the grain bucket to call your horse in for dinner, he lifts his head in acknowledgement. Slowly, he ambles toward you, then he abruptly stops, looks at his side and proceeds to lie down. Not only is he not interested in eating, but he is also looking fairly uncomfortable, every now and then rolling on the ground. …

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Support African Wildlife by Donating to Conservation Organizations

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The wildlife conservation community is lamenting the loss of yet another animal. The Union for Conversation of Nature officially declared the Western Black Rhino extinct after the last was spotted in 2006. This once-robust species used to roam sub-Saharan Africa, but it fell victim to poachers and a lack of conservation efforts. This is just one recent case that demonstrates …

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Is a Dog’s Hot Nose a Sign of Illness?

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By : Susan Davis  In every issue of WebMD the Magazine, we ask experts to answer readers’ questions about a wide range of topics, including questions about what’s true and not true in the field of pet health. For our July/August 2012 issue, we interviewed a professor of veterinary medicine about what a dog’s nose temperature means about his health. Q: My …

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Do you make any of these 7 deadly mistakes with your pet? {HOHO Holiday Sale Ends Friday}

In Animal Communication, Animal Information by valheart1 Comment

  Hi Friend, You know that the animals in your life are there for a reason. They have a purpose.  They are spiritual teachers, healers, angels and guides. When you learn to recognize, respect and revere them for who they truly are… you become a better human fulfilling your purpose here. AND, they get to fulfill their purpose too.  No …