Dog training is such a good idea, isn’t it! Just get the canine family member all trained up and – like magic – our very human problems and issues will disappear. If only it were so easy. There is definitely a time and a place for training. But sometimes, that means the dog isn’t the one who needs to be trained! Animal communicator Shannon Cutts talks through some other options pet parents can try when dog training isn’t producing the hoped-for results.
Dog walking. It is a like a big pink elephant in the room of dog guardianship. Some of us adore it. Others of us….not so much. Back in the days of the wild wolves, dogs would have walked themselves, of course. Now, most modern canines only have one option when it comes to finding the perfect spot to do their business…..the leash, and us. How do you view walking your dog? Loathe it? Tolerate it? Love it? Somewhere in between? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts delves into dog walking from both the walker’s and the dog’s point of view.
Animal communication is a universal language all species share in common. This includes human animals. Yet if this is the case, why do so many of us have so little life experience that supports this as true? Animal communicator Shannon Cutts of Animal Love Languages shares one example that all pet guardians have in common as proof that you, too, can talk to animals.
Animal soulmates. Are they real? How do we know? If we know, do we know right away or can it take some time to figure out we were meant to be together? Animal intuitive and sensitive Shannon Cutts with Animal Love Languages shares her own very personal story of meeting her one and only, Pearl.
Having a soul pet – a deep bond with a companion animal – is a marvelous gift. But it can also present some pitfalls. At the heart and spirit level, there is this seamless connection. Yet at the level of the physical body, each of us has incarnated for our own personal reasons, which may require taking different paths in life. All of this can make death of a soul pet feel excruciating – to the point where we cannot let go of the grief, the guilt, the heartache. Animal communicator Shannon Cutts shares the story of how animal communication helped one grieving human reconnect with her soul dog 30 years after his death.