When your dog catches sight of that rabbit and runs off for the chase does your pet ignore you as you call for them to come back and act like they don’t hear you? I’ll explain this phenomenon.
Then, has your pet ever suddenly started acting differently, you can’t understand why or what to do to help and you just wished they could just tell you what’s wrong? Many people have gotten their answers through animal communicators. My guest is Tim Link, an animal communicator, who specializes in missing or lost pet cases. Hear his stories of how together with the dogs and cats, behavioral issues were solved and lost animals returned back home.
What can you do to stop a dog fight? There are a few physical interventions that are recommended, but more practical and useful are a number of tools you can carry with you that dogs will find aversive or offensive to their senses and are strong enough to stop the behavior. In this episode, I’ll list what they are.
Regarding animal communication if you have any stories of times your dog or cat understood things you’ve said that seem impossible and/or felt your pet actually communicated messages and talked back to you, I’d love to hear them. Write me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment on the blog for this episode, number 48.
Additional Resources for the Show:
Source for the story about why your dog ignores you at times – “Why Does My DOG Do that? By Sophie Collins.
Tim Link’s website. http://www.wagging-tales.com/_index.html
Amazon link to order Tim’s book, “Talking with Dogs and Cats: Joining the Conversation to Improve Behavior and Bond with Your Animals”.
Amazon link to order “Wagging Tails, Every Animal has a Tale” by Tim Link.
Source for the story about how to stop a dog fight – “Play with Your Dog, by Pat Miller, CPDT, CDBC.
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