Dog issues

There is a variety of medical problems that a dog can acquire, including cancer, allergies, joint problems, inflammation, stroke and more.

 In addition to conventional veterinary care, there is a variety of alternative methods for treating cancer and other diseases- such as acupuncture, healing herbs, a unique diet, Chinese medicine, hydrotherapy (water therapy) for dogs, CBD for dogs and energetic healing.

Each dog responds differently to different treatments, depending on its condition.

 To facilitate and speed up the recovery process – I check which of the treatment methods is the most precise method for the specific dog in question.

 which treatment methods can be combined to get back to health as quickly as possible.

During communication with the dog, I do a physical and energetic scan, thus helping the owner understand what is most urgent to take care of, and how the dog feels from his own perspective.

 Communication with the dog helps us understand whether the dog is in pain, where exactly it hurts, and what is the most effective solution for eliminating the pain and dealing with the disease.

 

Is your dog depressed? Is she sad?

Like humans, dogs can feel sad. Chronic sadness – becomes depression.

The reasons for depression and sadness are many, and each dog has a specific and special reason for his story.

When I ask the dog directly why he is sad, the answer allows us to clearly understand what is the real source of the sadness, and thus treat it quickly and effectively.

In this way, we can return the dog to a happy life.

 The conversation with the dog allows me to have an emotional dialogue with them, which leads us directly to the root of the emotional problem.

From there – to an effective treatment for emotional states such as sadness, depression and apathy in dogs.

How does my dog ​​feel? What does he think? What does he need most now? We have all dreamed of knowing what our dogs are really trying to tell us. With telepathic communication – it is possible. Up until now , we could understand our dog by analysis of its body language and barks only. We tried to interpret the dog’s behavior, to guess what it was thinking, with the help of what we knew about dog psychology. Today, with the help of the direct telepathic conversation with the dog, we can hear his true voice, without the need for guesswork and speculation. We can know exactly what it wants and what it needs. Finally, we can know what our dogs think, and how they really feel!

If you’ve ever asked yourself “Does my dog have separation anxiety?”- you probably know what it is.. The dog cries, howls, barks, and looks at you with pleading eyes every time you leave the house.There are many reasons for separation anxiety in dogs.

 Conventional treatment for separation anxiety in dogs sometimes works, and sometimes does not.

This is due, among other things, to the fact that through body language alone we have no ability to identify what the real source of the separation anxiety is.

From many conversations with dogs I have learned, that separation anxiety originates from  different stories, and is expressed differently in each dog.

 

With telepathic communication – the dog is given the opportunity to share its feelings and explain exactly how she feels and why, thus helping us understand them better.

The dogs tell me what the real cause of their anxiety is, and from there the way to the solution is very clear.

The dog is nervous, scared, stressed, and by large, restless.

Sensitive, anxious and traumatic dogs are common.

More than 50% of dogs are what we call “sensitive dogs.”

As in humans, dogs also develop certain behavioral patterns, depending on the experiences they have had in their lives.

Traumas and anxieties in dogs can emanate from many causes.

 In every dog ​​the anxiety is expressed in a different way.

Direct communication with the dog, and a clear understanding of the epicenter of the trauma, allows us to release the “trauma connection” and unravel the emotional tangle.

 Understanding the root cause of the anxiety, gives us an opportunity to help the dog in a quick and simple way, and change its behavior patterns.

 Each dog has its own story, and with the help of the telepathic communication we create a rehabilitation / treatment plan tailored to the dog’s needs and past.

Many questions concern us, among them –

Do dogs have a soul?

Do dogs experience reincarnation?

Do dogs go to heaven?

Will I meet my dog in the afterlife?

Our dogs are also our teachers, and we can learn a lot from them.

If you are wondering what the spiritual role of the dog is in your life,

 if you feel a strong soul connection to it,

 if you would like to know how its energies affect you,

 I invite you to hear what it looks and sounds like from the dog’s own prespective.

An aggressive dog that attacks its owner, attacks the guests, attacks other dogs on a walk. Many of us are familiar with this. We want them to be nice and inviting, and instead, they growl at passerbys,baring their teeth, and even biting. Let me tell you a secret: no dog is aggressive for no reason, and there is no such thing as a “bad dog.”Aggression always originates from trauma, an upsetting experience that the dog has gone through, that has not been treated or processed.From my work with many aggressive dogs, I have discovered that behind every teeth baring, lies a frightened dog, who has been through something difficult in the past. Understanding the source of the unique trauma in each dog, helps us to see the true reason for our dog’s aggressive behavior. Dogs in their essence are a very loving animal.Again and again I see that aggressive dogs need help, not punishment.In cases of aggressive dogs – each dog and his/her story.

 The aggression treatment will be done taking into account your dog’s personal story – how the dog came to you, where he was before, and what you have been through since you came together.

Is your dog shaking?

This can be for two reasons:

  1. A physical cause (a medical problem)
  2. An emotional reason

The tremor phenomenon in dogs can result from various neurological problems, viral diseases, orthopedic problems, pain, or an imbalance in salts or minerals in their body.

Tremors in dogs can also result from emotional causes, such as fear, stress, a feeling of insecurity and anxiety, or excitement.

 

From an holistic point of view, the physical and emotional aspects affect each other and are interrelated.

 

Understanding the emotional or physical source of the tremor in a dog, helps us to effectively discover the mechanisms that cause the tremors, address them accurately, and stop them.

How do I say goodbye to my dog?

When is the right time to take him for anesthesia?

How do you help a dog when she is dying?

These and more, are difficult questions that everyone whose dog is in his final days, has to deal with.

The process of parting is often accompanied by feelings of guilt, sadness, and frustration, which are accompanied by a deep lack of knowledge – what is the best thing for my dog right now?

 

After working with dying dogs, and seeing how complicated and challenging this situation is for the owner, I developed a “parting protocol” – a parting process based on direct communication with the dog, in which he shares and explains how he feels and what she needs most at the moment.

 

Along with the information I have from the dog, I accompany the owner until the day the dog passes away.

The accompaniment process helps both the dog and the owner, and allows for a separation with a sense of closure and a loving heart.

 

How do you find a lost dog?Lost dogs are divided into 2 groups:*A dog that has disappeared, run away from home – the dog knows where he is, and for some reason does not return home.* A Lost dog – a dog that has lost its way and does not know how to return home. When I make contact with a lost dog, I see through his eyes and experience what he is experiencing. I cannot mark on the map where it is, but I am exposed to what the dog sees and feels. In addition to helping you find the dog, I will teach you a number of techniques, energetic and emotional actions that will help you find the dog, and help the dog find its way back home.

The dog barks non-stop, barks at guests, at people and dogs in the street, disturbs the neighbors and is driving you crazy.

So how do you get a dog to stop barking?

 When dogs do not stop barking, and bark obsessively, it is usually due to a certain anxiety, a need for confidence, or a desire to protect.

Although the barking of dogs sometimes provokes anger in us, it is important to remember that obsessive barking is unpleasant for them as well, and that they often have no control over it.

 The barking experience is a very physical experience, in which the whole body participates, and continuous barking exhausts the dog and hurts its throat.

 

Excessive Barking can be significantly improved, and even solved, by identifying the trigger (which is personal to each dog) – what emotions arise in him, that push him to bark?

Combined with behavioral work, the incessant barking can improve significantly and even stop completely.

When the dog is not listening to you, it is usually due to one of 3 reasons:

The first reason -because dogs do not speak “human”, and most humans do not speak “canine”, often misunderstandings occur between the dog and its owner.

 

 Dogs are by nature a loving and placating animal, and the vast majority of dogs are happy to cooperate.

 After conversations with many dogs I have discovered that many times, due to the lack of clarity of the request on the part of the owner, or due to inaccurate translation into the dog’s world – things get confused, and it seems like the dog is not listening.

 

The second reason is the inability of the dog to fulfill your request even though he wants to.

Sometimes, due to the emotional and physical mechanisms of the dog, she is unable to fulfill your desire, even though she has a great desire to listen and be a good dog.

 

The third reason is refusal.

In my experience, few are the “refusing” dogs who do not want to cooperate, and even then, it will be because of a very specific reason – that can be addressed directly and resolved.

 A conversation with the dog quickly clarifies what the misunderstanding is all about – why the dog does not listen- and accelerates the education and training processes.

Understanding the real reason for the dog’s lack of cooperation, helps us to reach a solution effectively, and by doing so – to strengthen the bond between you and the dog

 

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