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Talk to the Animals

Reiki and animal communiction. I have always been a bit different from the norm as a child I would sing hymns to God in the garden, chat to Angels in my bedroom and talk with creatures that I collected outdoors while playing!  It wasn’t until I started working with dogs Read more…

By Lesley, ago
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The Dog Whisperer

I have recently been given the title of Dog Whisperer by some lovely ladies who I have been fortunate to meet through my Reiki Practice.  This is not something I have ever called myself as I think it was a shameless copying of Monty Roberts, The Horse Whisperer for whom Read more…

By Lesley, ago
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Getting your dog to come back!

Dog Behaviour Matters It’s no good falling out with your dog when he doesn’t respond to your recall.  Instead of getting hopping mad – think dog! During a beautiful sunny winter’s walk in the woods this week I witnessed a very stressed dog owner and unbeknownst to her a very Read more…

By Lesley, ago
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Buy a Boxer for Christmas?

Big, beautiful, bouncy Boxer dogs. The competition for the best retail advertisement at Christmas continues to grow each year with John Lewis and Marks and Spencer being two of the giants.  I am sure I was not the only doggy professional to let out a groan when I watched the Read more…

By Lesley, ago
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Communicating with your Dog

Does Your Dog Speak English? Just think about this question before you answer.  The reason I say this is because when it is pointed out to people that dogs don’t, in fact, speak English they quite often look totally shocked.  Dogs speak Canine not human and not Wolf.  A high Read more…

By Lesley, ago
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Barking Dog

What well trained dogs! On my morning walk today I had 3 dogs with me; 2 of mine (I have 4) and my daughter’s Terrier we and had had a very pleasurable, uneventful time. There were challenges along the way, a dead pigeon always makes for an exciting distraction, a Read more…

By Lesley, ago
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Doggie Thought for the Day

Dog: “How do you expect me to walk next to you when you keep shouting at me to HEEL and strangling me” Heelwork can be a challenge, but when attempting to teach your dog to walk next to you keep these three things in mind: Make yourself interesting to walk Read more…

By Lesley, ago