Animal communicator :)

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  1. Southpaw

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    Anyone done an animal communicating session with their dogs (or any pet really) before?

    One of my friend's did one with her dog today... a lot of it was just kind of generic answers so I don't know how much stock I'd put into it, but still interesting nonetheless. There are quite a few things I'd love to know about Juno, so I'm wondering if I should do one just to see what answers I get, could give me a different perspective on things :p
     
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    I always wanted to do one but I don't really know how much I believe in it.

    Times have been tough lately :( so I haven't had any extra cash when I see one being advertised at any dog activities. But someday I'll try it.
     
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    I love this subject.

    I can communicate but I'm still in the practicing stage, I have had amazing stories to tell that have been a success and I have had a few downers (were I got it wrong). There have been a few dogs that have proven to me this is real. It's a great thing to do, it has it's ups and downs though..

    I have been lazy and I haven't been doing it, I just haven't had the motivation. I really wish it would come back because I want to improve more. I don't talk to my own dogs yet, I can but I'm way to attached to them and I believe I'll make some things up since I know them so well.

    I just need to become motivated again.. Because I want to get back in to communicating and I want to improve. I don't charge and I'm open to giving it a shot if some one Pms me, I am no expert and I still get things wrong but i also get things right. I just need to improve more.
     
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    I actually came across the results of Kiba's from many years ago, they were quite funny. It was between $10-20 and went towards a rescue, so I figured why not. I gave her as little information is possible, other than I think her name/age/breed.
     
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    I did just for the heck of it a few years ago with Dance. There was one at a dog show. I posted about it I think. Some of the things she said were weird (like Dance having a favourite colour, although I admit that she does look best in that colour!), and other things she said were spot on, but really could probably be said for a lot of dogs. It was a neat experience, but looking back the person really didn't tell me anything I didn't already know and nothing ever came of it. I think a lot of what she said was really very generic and probably based on what she could see of Dance's body language at the time. But whatever, I'd do it again just for fun.
     
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    Bwhahaha I found it. I guess I did ask questions. Blue is Kiba and/or the reiki person. Kiba was about 3.5, Stryder just turned 2. I was such a noob back then lol.

    *When I tuned into Kiba she felt like an old soul. She also has a sense of sex appeal and if she was human I would compare her to Sophia Loren - sexy and sophisticated. Also kind of snippy with attitude. Kind of like I am better than you in a way. Snobby but not snobby.

    1. Does she like doing agility.. Not really but sometimes
    and why does she often attack my feet when we are doing agility. Because it is funny - she finds it hysterical and said you should try laughing - Kiba said it annoyed you slightly Would she like to try another sport or stick with this one? We can stick with this one but have fun with it!
    2. Why does she seem mad/upset lately... is there anything I can do different... Is she in pain.. I am not mad or upset. Are you sure? No, not really; maybe; a little irritated. Why are you a little irritated? becasue we do what she always wants. Are you in pain? No, not really. Not really yes or not really no? Not really no. Showed me an image of her reproductive area and heard the word blood and could actually see blood thickened walls. Could possibly be coming into heat, horomones, or a false pregnancy. When asked if she was spayed, she said no. I am not certain what this means, the more I attempted to ask questions, she said not really and shut me out. She is not indecisive in nature more reluctant to discuss. Honestly I am not certain
    3. How does she feel about the rest of the family, especially the baby.. She likes the family but tolerates. I get the sense that she is not always a friendly animal, a bit snippy in attitude, and kind of patrols. The baby is okay, just don't let her touch me
    4. Does she like Stryder... Stryder is okay - kind of boring and dry; sometimes goofy
    would she allow another dog into the family.yes, but I MUST approve before they stay
    5. How does she feel towards me.. I like you; however, you tend to be obsessive and allow silly things to bother you. NO need for that
    6. Is there anything else she wants to say. Yeah, brush me more
    7. Whats her favorite toy.. showed me an image of a yogurt coated pretzel and why has she suddenly stopped wanting to play? Said she cannot be bothered. Also said she did not feel well when playing. Why don't you feel well when playing? I get headaches
    8. Why does she bark so much, and why is she so protective of me? Her words - Because I bark (said with a snippy attitude) Seriously Kiba, why do you bark so much? Alert Alert Alert - keeping things real. Get the BIG picture - I think she means to keep you posted and aware of your surroundings
    9. Do you like interacting with other dogs.... Sometimes would you like to continue visiting the dog park occasionally. eh, it doesn't matter
     
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    Yeah that's how I feel about my friend's experience. Like, her dog is 7 years old and has recently started peeing in the house - medically everything is fine - and the communicator told her he needs everyone to be more consistent and to pay attention to his cues. Which is probably all true lol but it's still just kind of a generic answer that you could give to anyone whose dog is peeing in the house.

    But hey, if she starts seeing results now, then I guess that makes it all worth it!

    Every time I see them at events I think about doing it, just haven't been able to bite the bullet yet.
     
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    I saw one at Louisville a few years back and thought about it. I would like someone to explain a few things to Auggie LOL. Or to explain a few things to me...
    I also would like to have known about Kota's past, really.

    But I honestly don't really believe in it beyond reading a dog's body language and reading things from people... not unlike mediums.
     
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    You can communicate with dogs long distance. I do it. So, you don't need to see a dogs body language to communicate. I look at one image that is given to me I only need that so I know I'm talking to the right dog. Of course information can be gained off the Internet but if it isn't done in person, there isn't any way I or some one who is doing it in front of your dog, they can't reply on body language.
     
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    lol I've never done it, part of me thinks it would be funny but part of me thinks it's rude to waste their time since I'd reeeeeaaaaaally wanna mess with them. After all, if they're legit, they should know what's true even if I mislead them, right? ;) But, I'll never do it if I have to pay for it, that's just the reality.

    Macky's brain is probably a fun place, but Keeva's would be scary.
     
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    The store I used to work at has a communicator come in who will do it just from an picture, and my friend had her session over the phone and I think she just had to email her a picture of her dog beforehand. So I can see how, in person, body language might influence some things, but in the instances where they're just using a picture it really wouldn't make a difference.

    But I have no clue how it all works lol soooo. Although apparently you can take classes to learn how to do it.
     
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    Emily; when I get good enough, I'll Pm you and you can try it out on me. But... That's when I get a lot better.
     
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    Auntie Hev has a friend or relative or something that does it. She told her that Diego wanted to be physically shown who's boss through being pinned. Yeah.
     
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    Just imagine . . . inside Kharma's noggin . . . :eek: Talk about a dark and scary place, lol. Scariest part is we understand each other.

    Sparks took Beezer to one and learned a lot of things that she said explained some of his hang-ups and helped them understand him better.
     
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    do I REALLY want to know what goes on in this mind?

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    Summer's mind is so simple there's nothing to figure out. 'Food! Pet! People! Excited! People! Love food! Love pets! Happy!'
     
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    NO! :rofl1:

    A friend contacted a communicator when we lost a cat (someone didn't shut the front door completely and she slipped out). It was kind of eerie... the communicator described an area where the cat was, 2 days later we got a call from someone in the neighboring subdivision about seeing her. Darned if we didn't happen upon an area just like the woman described.

    Six weeks later, we were still looking for the cat (people kept calling saying they'd seen her) and the same friend called the same communicator, who said the cat was on her way home. The cat showed up in the backyard 3 days later... *cue Twilight Zone music*
     
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    Yeah, I tried it before but got frustrated and didn't get anywhere.


    TahlzK, you once did Kai before and you seem pretty accurate. Can you do Chochi? He passed away but I've aways wanted to know what he was thinking. You have done dogs that passed away and was very good in it and I would love for you to try him.

    Why was he constantly angry?

    Did he hate us?

    What could we have done differently for him?

    And anything else he would like to say. Can you tell him we still love him no matter what happen?

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    Do I know you from another forum? I'm trying to remember Kia.

    And of course I can. I'll talk to him for you tomorrow :) I'm normally pretty good at talking to deceased pets.
     
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    There was an animal communicator that tons of people on my previous dog forum used, and she told people some amazing things about their dogs! I think her name was Linda, I have her e-mail somewhere. I tried to get her to contact Gonzo when he was really sick but she was busy at the time and said he was too weak.

    When I was at the dog park once, a communicator who had adorable Bassets came up and told my friend a bunch of crazy things about the dog he had just adopted. He was homeless and lived off of garbage, he was a guarder, he was a nice dog who just needed gentle training, and he loved apples. ALL of that was true! He and his girlfriend (mostly his gf) decided instead to use Cesar Milan techniques to "rehabilitate" him and that nice dog has now bitten them hundreds of times, and anyone he's met basically. Fozzie walked by and she was like, "THAT dog is the opposite... he's been spoiled his whole life. He's all about me." without knowing he was mine. I was a little offended, as that may be true, but there is so much more to Fozzie than that! :p

    Tahlzk, that's really cool! I feel really strong vibes from some dogs, but not from most. I wish I had that gift.
     

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