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Watch Your Pictures - Watch Your Words!

[This is from one of our partners: Barbara Martin, Animal Communications Plus. Enjoy!]

Barbara Martin

Barbara Martin

Once I got over the initial shock that our animal friends can hear our thoughts I was intrigued by the idea. That was 1998. Since then I have learned to “watch my pictures and watch my words” when in the presence of animals.

Animals can “hear and send” thoughts from each other and humans all the time. Imagine how you can ASSIST your animals simply by watching your thoughts! Below is another example of how it works. It is just an example, so look for the similarities when you think of your animal.

I have the pleasure of working with show dogs who are in the ring earning their points, as well as horses doing Cutting or Dressage events. Some animals love the training part of their work and do well, and then when they enter the ring new issues arise and they seem to act out. Their guardians contact me and are surprised and sometimes angry that the training does not show in the ring/arena.

In many cases the animal shares that it is not the event or lack of training, but instead it is the energy of the human “about the event”. (…the animals may be onto something here…)

What if your animal friend knows exactly what to do and then checks in with your thoughts and you are connecting to what Suzy Q is doing or how the Judge has favorites and is the worst judge, or that you never win. Imagine if you are afraid to compete, or do not think you are any good at what you are doing, and you have never worked though those personal human issues.

Your animal friend is relying on YOUR THOUGHTS for guidance, for ALL situations. And if you are “tuned out” or “listening to a little fear voice in your head”, you can be sure that your animal will watch your thoughts and either follow them, or do something to distract you from those thoughts.

Watch what you are thinking and remember when competing a quote that I like to use…”what other people think of me is none of my business”…or “we are here to have fun and do our best and it would be great if we win”!!

Get the picture? Give it a try…Or contact me and I can help.

Animal Communications Plus

Animal Communications Plus


Dog leaning out of car window

Dog leaning out of car window

Please only take your dog in the car when they can go where you are going. Leaving them in the car even in the shade can become a problem. I have worked with clients who have left their dogs in a hot car too long, and they are forever grieving.

Did you know….
On an 85-degree day, even with the windows slightly open, the temperature inside a car can climb to

  • 102 degrees in 10 minutes.
  • 120 degrees in 30 minutes.

A dog’s normal body temperature is 101.0 to 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit. A dog can withstand a body temperature of 107 to 108 for only a VERY short time before suffering irreparable brain damage – or even death.

If your dog IS overcome by heat exhaustion, immediately soak him or her down with water and take to a veterinarian at once.

It is appropriate to call 911 if you feel a dog in a car is too hot, or call me and I will call.  A great source of additional info is the Animal Protection Institute.

Thank you for sharing in my work.
Your animals appreciate it more than you know.

Love and hugs to all,
I look forward to working with you again,

Barbara Martin, Animal Communication Plus

    Are you grieving the loss of a pet?
    I recommend Nancy Schluntz, Animal Chaplin / Pet Loss Bereavement Counselor
    Nancy will assist you face to face in the San Francisco Bay Area or on the telephone outside the area.
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