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Category Archive for 'Practice'

The next virtual practice group is February 9th, Tuesday. There are three sessions, two require Skype, one is by conference call. The times are for California which is Pacific Standard Time (PST). If you are not sure what the time difference is between us check the world time converter to find out:  http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html The sessions […]

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When They Get Old

I have talked a lot in all of my books about how to deal with the death of an animal, but I haven’t said much about dealing with the time before they go, when they are old and you know death is coming, you just don’t know when. I find older animals to be really […]

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Check out these cool videos from a dog training group in Hungary. The group is nonprofessional, and is promoting a style of training they call Mirror Method, which is explained in the second video. The third video is dog day at the beach. Really fun group, well done videos and the dogs are having lots […]

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Want more practice? Sign up for the virtual practice groups I will be offering each month. You need to have had a beginner class from me or someone to participate. If you have not had that we can do a half hour tutoring session by phone or skype to get you up to speed. This […]

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I got an email from a woman who said she’d been skeptical about how all this works, but was becoming convinced of the accuracy when working with living animals. She could not understand, however, how one could prove an intuitive connection with an animal that had died. Great question! I believe that intuitive communication is connecting with […]

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I killed my cable years ago so I have no clue what’s on TV anymore. It looks like David Letterman is doing Stupid Pet Tricks again. YAY! I found this clip on HuffingtonPost.com. So first, you can’t tell me guys aren’t as animal crazy as women. Second, they saved the cutest trick for last.   Your […]

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About the Goat

Here are Dianne’s responses to what people got from Giacomo: I was looking for “likes his ears rubbed” but this is true…he gets an itchy spot between his horns, and I’ve seen him scratching it himself using a blackberry bramble, and the handle of my manure fork, and I’ve scratched him there, too.  Giacomo wasn’t […]

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I got some chickens….

And I thought they would be so fun to have and easy to take care of. I had no idea. First I couldn’t get them to eat. Then they wouldn’t come off the nests, not to drink, eat, nothing. I’d take one off the nest and her legs would be so numb she couldn’t stand. Then I […]

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