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well, talked with the dog communicator. very interesting! in a nut shell, i told her nothing and she told me everything about my dog and my home! it was crazy! she put my mind at ease about alot of things, told me how to better communicate with my dog, described him to a t, i don't know, was sceptical at first but after my conversation, i really believe there are people out there who are in tune with our animals. she's been doing this for over 20 years and works with horses, farm animals, etc. all in all, a good experience.
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Little buddy, Give us details!!! what did she say about your Hav and his staring- did she tell you what he was trying to tell you? What did she say to put your mind at ease. Could you PM me her name and number?




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Little buddy, Give us details!!! what did she say about your Hav and his staring- did she tell you what he was trying to tell you? What did she say to put your mind at ease. Could you PM me her name and number?
Yes Please Details, what did she say about the staring?? PM me her name too if you could Jill
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well, talked with the dog communicator. very interesting! in a nut shell, i told her nothing and she told me everything about my dog and my home! it was crazy! she put my mind at ease about alot of things, told me how to better communicate with my dog, described him to a t, i don't know, was sceptical at first but after my conversation, i really believe there are people out there who are in tune with our animals. she's been doing this for over 20 years and works with horses, farm animals, etc. all in all, a good experience.
I'd love more details on this. Was this in person or on the phone?

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yes please share more information with us.
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Well, she said he is not suffering from separation anxiety (we've noticed some big changes in him in the past 3 months) but rather he needs to know what's going on. When I leave I tell him to guard the house and I leave.

She said he needs to know where you are going, what he needs to do while you are gone i.e. take a nap, play with your toys, etc. and tell him why he can't come. I am going to Costco and they don't allow pets but I will be home soon. Today was the first day, I did the above and when I came home he wasn't barking like a lunatic!

The staring, she said he's waiting for my cue to tell him what to do, he's anticipating my next move.

The other thing she said, is he doesn't like the location of his pillow in the kitchen because it's right in front of a vent and it blows cold air on him and his favorite pillow is the one that sits really high. She was right on both. The craziest thing was she said he senses I am thinking about getting another dog and he doesn't want a buddy, he likes being an only child. This was very true. I was thinking about getting another dog for him. Not anymore.

Keep in mind I did not talk to her at all, she talks to the animals and they talk back, she has a visual of your dog, you give her your dogs name and a visual appears. She said I see a small dog mostly black. She also described the breeder to a T and the puppy nanny as well. She also suggested I change his food because his skin felt really hot and she thinks he has a wheat allergy.

I know it all sounds crazy, didn't tell my husband I made the phone call, he would have me committed! bottom line, my pup isn't anxious or suffering from SA, he just wants to know what's going on. She also said he thinks he's a little person and not a dog and I need to regain alpha status in the house.

Anyways, her name is Judy Fuson. You can type judyfuson.com and her website will appear. You call or email, they call you back and set everything up. I would not have believed it if I had not experienced it. She was great.
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thanks, for sharing - that is very interesting! We just came back from a week away from home and Casper had alot of anxieties in a strange house. When my husband would go to the car to get something, I could see him get all upset.

I started talking more to him and explaining what was going on and he seemed to do much better with it. So that part of telling your dog what, and where -when you are going somewhere makes since to me.
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That is interesting. I've never called a psychic before, but I have a good friend that swears by one. How long did she talk to you? Do they charge by the minute or session? I've never heard of a dog communicator before, I do know they have pet psychologist in California that some celebrities use. I've always wondered if they prescribed medicine like they do for humans. hmmm?

I'm glad it was a pleasant experience for you.

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Little buddy, I find your experience very interesting - good for you to give it a chance. It is so interesting how some have fine tuned their senses to sense so much more. I would love to find out about this more.

At times, I freak people out when I finish their sentences - I don't consider myself psychic, but it is rather amusing (Mind you it only happens when I am really relaxed and not thinking about it... weird)

Any help is always great when it comes to improving our relationship with our little ones.

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Thank You

Thank You for sharing your experience. It sounds fascinating, did she ask the age of the dog or if it was an only dog or anything like that?

Maybe one day I'll call, I'm so curious.
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