Heart Wisdom Animal Talk Blog
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Solving Pet Behavior Problems – Getting Your Pet to Do What You Want I got the funniest response last week when I explained the steps involved in solving badly behaved cat problems using animal communication. One student said, “I don’t have cats so this doesn’t apply to me.” OMG! In case you were thinking that as well, let’s be clear because I don’t want you missing the point too: The steps involved to solving pet behavior problems as I outlined in part one on this topic apply to ALL animals, not just cats. 😉 Read Part One again and this time pay close attention to what it takes to solve problems with pets of any species. After all, with over 30+ years as a professional “expert level” communicator specializing in solving pet health and behavior problems has taught me quite a lot about solving problems. Today, let’s answer a related […]Read More
5 Quick Tips on How to Enjoy a Good Run with Your Dog Guest post courtesy of Pete Decker, the Lead Editor at The Goody Pet. Pete loves to share his passion for pets through snippets of interesting and helpful information. You can find more of Pete at his website, Twitter or Facebook. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the guest author and do not necessarily represent the views of Val Heart & Heart Communications Enterprises Inc. Humans and their canine companions need their daily dose of exercise to be healthy and fit. It’s common knowledge and necessary to walk your dog at least once if not twice a day because canines are storehouses of excess energy and they need the stimulus that the sights, scents, and sounds which the outdoors can provide. When it comes to physical activities, there are a number of things that you […]Read More
Did Your Childhood Encourage or Discourage Your Intuitive Abilities? Penelope Smith, the Founder of Animal Communication, asked me to be the Featured Animal Communicator in her Species Link Magazine. One of her first questions was about what kind of childhood I had as far as encouraging or discouraging my intuitive abilities and connection with animals and nature. I thought my story might inspire you, so I wanted to share a preview My story Horses, pigs, chickens, dogs, cats, birds, guinea pigs, rabbits, fish, mice… all taught me how to be the human being I am today. I’ve been on television and radio many times, have subscribers, clients and students all over the world. I have been a columnist for Enjoy Whole Health Magazine and am a contributing writer to many other publications. But, I started out a lonely only child in an isolated rural area outside of Austin, Texas. I […]Read More
From Val: This inspiring, extraordinary true story of animal communication from Spirit Guides comes from one of my private Quantum Leap clients and Animal Talk Coaching & Mastery Club Platinum students. Enjoy! Take Me Home Bella! Extraordinary True Story of Animal Communication From Spirit Guides By Kai River Song* and Bella (The John Denver song “Take Me Home Country Roads” plays in the background) I was living in an RV resort in Phoenix, Arizona with my two golden retriever dogs after leaving my husband of 30 years. It was a luxury RV resort and the people were fantastic. You could not have asked for better neighbors. I was doing the “Snowbird” thing… or so I had planned but Universe had other ideas. I told my biological family who live in the area that I was absolutely only staying for the winter and I WOULD NOT under any circumstances stay in […]Read More
Are you ready for a trip to the vet? I have to share this funny story with you – can you relate to what happened to me and Einstein at the vet’s office? We went in for his checkup and our vet took Einstein into the back area to draw blood for the lab tests. Just a few seconds later, I heard the most awful racket! Screaming, wailing, carrying on – yep, that was MY dog sounding off like he was being eaten by monsters! Yikes! I sat there frozen with concern and worry imagining the worst – what parent wouldn’t?! A few moments later, our vet poked his head into the exam room with a very harried worried look on his face, and he reassured me that they had NOT done anything to my dog except try to restrain him. Helping Einstein understand I realized that although I had […]Read More