Monday, December 9, 2013

Are communicating with your Pets?


I'm definitely what you would call an animal lover...I love my pets like they were children and believe that it's my responsibility to take care of them. I have to say that I've often wondered what they're thinking. Most of the time a pet owner can tell what their pet needs or wants by simple actions that come from habit or training, but other times, some, like myself, wonder what is it that they want?

Joan Ranquet has worked with thousands of individual pet owners, dog, cat and horse trainers, barn managers, and vets. She troubleshoots medical issues, helps stimulate healing in conjunction with conventional treatment, and helps clients to deepen their ability to care for and understand their animals. She is successful at finding lost dogs and cats and often helps clients whose pets are aging and dying.


Joan is the author of a book that I received for review purposes, called Communication with All Life. This isn't just a how-to-book, it's more like a guide to help you discern how much you're already exchanging feelings, words and pictures with your pet. The book is full of stories that illustrate and support Joan's theory that communication with animals is possible and anyone can do it. By tuning in telepathically, Joan has helped many people and their animals connect with each other.

As the proud owner of three Chihuahua puppies, three adult cats and six newborn kittens, I agree that communication is possible and I for one and working on zeroing in on my own ability to communicate with my precious fur-babies. The more I know about them, the better I am able to meet their needs and take care of them and that makes me feel great!

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Disclosure: I received the above products for review purposes, however, all opinions are entirely my own.



1 comment:

  1. I also think that my pet is one of the family and very much a part of my life! I sometimes wonder what my dog thinks and this book sounds so interesting in finding out what my pet is thinking. I will have to look for it!

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