What does this image say to you?

What does this image say to you?

Helping Pebbles find her feet

Read the amazing feedback from an animal commination session I held last week with Pebbles, a 5 month old Cocker Spaniel who is making great strides to settle into her new home.

Time to say goodbye (part 2)

When I wrote my last blog about the 7 year trauma of having my first fur-baby Calli put to sleep, I never realised at the time how pertinent the subject would be. Today I have sad news to share…

So what is Animal Communication?

Firstly I’d like to say a really big THANK YOU to everyone who replied to my last blog post about ‘My TRUE Story’ and shared their wonderful stories with me about their ‘more than just physical’ connection with their dog. We are truly blessed with wonderful dogs in our lives! Every one of the lovely

My TRUE story

Finally, the penny has dropped for me. Today the last piece of the jigsaw fell into place and I now feel that I have all the tools I need to best serve the animals and their humans who seek my help and support. Let me tell you why….

Post-Lockdown Separation Anxiety

If your house is anything like mine, you’ve spent the last few lockdown months enjoying the company of your dog(s) almost all day, every day and most of our furry friends have loved having us around more. But now the lockdown restrictions are starting to lift (maybe!) and we start to think about returning to

A-Z of dog wellbeing: Zucchini and other vegetables

Today experts claim that 60% of dogs will develop cancer.  A 2005 study found that dogs on a dry commercial pet food diet were 90% less likely to develop cancer if they were fed leafy green vegetables at least 3 times per week.  Dogs fed yellow or orange vegetables were 70% less likely. If you

A-Z of dog wellbeing: Yoghurt

Living inside of your dog’s gut are around 1,000 different kinds of bacteria. Paired with other tiny organisms like viruses and fungi, they make what’s known as the microbiota, or the microbiome. Like a fingerprint, each dog’s microbiota is unique and is determined by their mothers’ microbiota, their environment, diet and lifestyle. It affects everything

A-Z of dog wellbeing: X-rays and anaesthetics

X-rays help identify everything from broken bones to foreign objects in the body, helping vets decide on the best course of treatment, however the x-ray process does carry risks for our dogs. We look at the process and what you can do to reduce the risks.