Hello my friends! How is it July already? It’s been three months in my new office, and it’s been lovely seeing people face to face for the first time in about three years. Unfortunately, pups can’t accompany you in, but as you see in this column, it’s just as effective to read them remotely. People can’t seem to understand how, but when I psychically read someone, I’m tapping into his or her energy, which never goes away. This is how I read people in heaven, and it’s actually less distracting for me than if your pup was being cute directly in front of me! That being said, here are some of your questions for this July edition. Psychic insight is never a replacement for licensed veterinary care, so please take the information given and work with your vet and always trust your gut!
Lisa R. asked about Sully, a Chihuahua who is heaven. “Did he find Hadley, Sybil, and Dutchess? What is my sign he’s visiting me? I miss him so!” Oh my goodness, the image I get of him crossing over is amazing! I see the other three totally running up to him and tackling him with love. It feels like a bunch of brothers who were super close, then one went to the military and was the king of the family when he, Sully, came home. Wow there’s a lot of love there! For a sign, he makes my head itchy, more on the right side than the left. Kind of up and behind my ear. And now it’s on the left back side of my head. It’s like he’s nuzzling in and moved in his sleep. I’m also hearing “red roses” being said in my head, but I don’t think that’s him… My great grandfather (Gramps) LOVED roses and had immigrated from Italy, so I’m leaning towards this being a grandfather or great grandfather who’s sneaking a hello in. I love that!
Nina H. asked how Clyde, her Goldendoodle, lets her know he’s with her. Oh my goodness, if you could see his face! He looks super intense but is also giving me a “What the heck?” look! He’s always with you. He’s within, around, infused in and part of you, all day, every day. This dog speaks like he’s in an infomercial! He does take himself very seriously and is a linear thinking, meaning life had to be in black and white with no gray area. If he were a child, you’d have to wash his favorite stuffie as he slept because that would be the ONLY one he’d love.
Joannah Y. has Pippin, a blue merle Border Collie. “At 14 years old, why does he cry and yip periodically at night?” Honestly, it feels like he’s dreaming, and he wakes himself with his own voice. He’s calling it sleep talking instead of sleep walking. That’s pretty funny and a first for me! I asked if he was in pain and heard no. Is he feeling energy in the room? “Heck no,” he says! Is he worried about anything? Also “no”. Oh my goodness, he just showed me an image of Archie Bunker indicating he’s clearly had enough of my questions!
Kellie T. asked about her bulldog Darah. “Is she ok? Lots of days she seems just not herself.” Well, this is interesting…. She is totally fine, but she’s talking with all your guides on the other side. You are doing a good job of checking in with how YOU are doing on this journey and making shifts to be the best version of yourself possible. That is awesome, but there are times when we have to kind of simply “be” until the next opportunity or shift happens. This is when she’s intently listening and chatting with them. Yup, sounds weird, but it’s actually pretty amazing! So, tell her your hopes and your dreams for yourself and give things a time frame for when you want them by, and she’ll hook you up if you’re ready and it’s meant to be. Fascinating! One more thing. It feels like you and I have had to do things for ourselves our whole lives and we’re proud of our accomplishments, but it would be nice to be handed a map every now and then so we can check our progress. She’s trying to help you with that.
Cynthia L. asked about Hank, her light brown terrier mix. “I want to know if his pain is being controlled on the current meds or do we need to try something else? And of course, is he happy?” Hank is such a sweet boy! Yes, his pain feels controlled, but he also feels like he’s on a pretty high dose, and he may not need all of it. If he takes it on an empty stomach, he’s loopy, so I’d have a chat with the vet to dial in the perfect amount. He likes to be more present than stoned. And he’s super happy, but you have so much going on in your life and you don’t know how to ask for help, so he’s worried about you burning out. Reach out to friends and have some silly down time. He’d like to be a part of it because in his words, he’s a social butterfly!
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