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How does your pet make you smile?

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Abianne Bane Aug 25, 2009.

 

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About me and my pets:
Here's the story about why I started Pet Health Focus:

My beautiful black Lab, Keetna, was very ill and was diagnosed with diabetes. She went through many rough patches before she stabilized, and I thought I would lose her. During this time, I started to research canine diabetes, and was surprised at how little information was available, even on the Internet. So I dove in and worked with veterinarians and the CSU veterinary college to figure out how to care for my wonderful companion.

I grew much closer to my dog, with intuition being my best guide to helping her. Awakening that intuition was like coming home; it opened the door to studying with several spiritual mentors and discovering a new path in life.

In 2007 I started Pet Health Focus (http://www.pethealthfocus.com), a growing online community for "pet people." I also help people and animals with intuitive counseling, individual coaching and workshops.

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Animal Communication

I can help you communicate with the animals in your life to learn about their behavior, health, and other issues. Together we will learn what's happening for your pets, how they are reacting, and what you can do to help them.

I've learned to communicate intuitively with people and animals through studying with healers and working with clients. I'm completing my studies under Kelly Ballard's Light Worker certification program. An important part of completing my certification is to offer free sessions to hone my intuitive skills.

I have five free sessions still available. By allowing me to help you, you also help me reach an important goal.

To contact me, send me a message through this page (below my photo) or e-mail me at: acasey @ pethealthfocus.com (remove the spaces).

Workshops I offer:


Your Intuitive Nature
An introductory course on discovering your intuition through your connection with animals. Come explore the connection you have always had with animals - discover your animal totems and spirit guides, and what different animals mean in your life.

Animal Communication
You have a special bond with animals - not just the pets in your house, but that fox you saw last week, and the birds and raccoons in your yard. You want to know what your pets are thinking, feeling, needing. Discover your natural-born ability to communicate with animals. We'll learn how to get grounded and then "get out of our minds" to get into the animals' way of understanding the world.

If you're interested in these workshops, write to me and I'll let you know the current schedule or we can set up another workshop.

Custom Flower Essence Remedies

Dogs and cats respond easily to the gentle support of flower essences. These natural remedies cannot harm your pets, but help support them in whatever is happening in their lives right now. Remedies help animals with anxiety, illness, travel, behavior issues, and even the transition from this world to the next.

Administer 4 drops of flower essence remedy into your pet's water each day. A vial of Flower Essence remedy costs $12.00.

Please contact me for more information.
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Tips for keeping pets safe in cold weather

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Dogs are People, Too

The New York Times published an article about brain research done with dogs. Their conclusions are that dog's brains are very similar in some ways to humans'. Find the entire article here:

Dogs are People, Too

Posted on October 10, 2013 at 6:27pm

Cat found her way home 200 miles away

Holly the cat was lost on an RV trip, and showed up in her hometown 200 miles away.

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Posted on January 20, 2013 at 10:51am

Four intuitive pets inducted into the 2012 Purina Animal Hall of Fame

From the Sacramento Bee:

"TORONTO, May 7, 2012 /CNW/ - Fearless, devoted, and intuitive - words typically associated with heroic figures can also be used to describe the 2012 Purina Animal Hall of Fame Inductees - Nanook, Monty, Bree and Titan. Honoured this morning at PawsWay Pet Education Centre in Toronto, the permanent home of the Purina Animal Hall of Fame, these extraordinary animals have gone above and beyond to protect the lives of those around them, proving just how powerful…

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Posted on May 8, 2012 at 12:00pm

Diabetes treatment was developed with help of a dog

BBC News reports that insulin-dependent diabetics, both human and canine, can thank a dog for help in developing insulin as a treatment. See the full story at BBC News.

Posted on January 23, 2012 at 4:11pm

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At 9:47am on May 15, 2013, Leonie Cent said…

Thank you Amy,  all the best....

At 8:54pm on October 17, 2012, Frank DeDominicis said…

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I like what you're doing.

At 2:51pm on August 7, 2012, Tony Avisato said…

He's a rescue. I can't believe someone would give up a dog with so much love.

At 11:26pm on May 15, 2012, Simon Tong said…

Hi Amy,

Nice to meet you, and glad to be here!

Simon

At 11:27am on April 8, 2011, Amelia Johnson said…

Thank you Amy for connecting with me.

 

With love, compassion and empowerment,

Amelia

At 10:41pm on December 7, 2010, Shyamala Littlefield said…
Hi Amy,

I want to invite someone to join Pet Health Focus but I've forgotten how to do that and can't seem to figure where I go on the site for this. An early happy holidays to you, Amy.

Warm regards,
Shyamala Littlefield
At 1:55am on December 31, 2009, David Brooks said…
Thanks Amy, I have a collection of articles I would be more than happy to post. I will put some up this weekend. Happy New Year to you!
At 5:22pm on September 8, 2009, Craig G. Lewis said…
Some info on Birch Sap
What does birch sap contain?

The average dry solids content of our sap is approximately 1,5 %. Birch sap comprises all healthy nutrients necessary for the growth of the birch. Birch sap contains fructose, glucose, fruit acids, amino acids, vitamin C, potassium, calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, manganese, zinc, sodium and iron. All substances of the sap have their own important functions also in the human body.

Click a nutrient to reveal the benefits of each, or click here to read about all of them.

Fructose and glucose

Amino acids

Vitamin C

Potassium

Calcium

Phosphorous

Magnesium

Manganese

Zinc

Sodium

Iron

Nutritional values of birch sap Go to www.sapworld.ca to get more info
At 2:59pm on June 21, 2009, Terry Simpson said…
Thanks, Amy!
At 7:24am on June 20, 2009, James S. Huggins said…
Amy wrote me:
Welcome to the community - I hope that someone who reads your blog will reunite you with your beloved Spot. I hope that you're recovering from your stroke and accident.
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I must accept that Spot has moved on. I am doing well from my stroke, living in Houston with my mother and working on moving forward.
Thank you for your kind words.

http://JSH.us/spot
http://JSH.us/spot2

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