Hello and welcome to autumn! Do they make pumpkin spice treats for dogs? I personally love pumpkin but in pies and breads, but my favorite is in Indian pudding. I prefer my coffee black or with cream but love that so many people get giddy for their pumpkin lattes! Your dogs are equally excited to tell you what they prefer for food and treats, so let’s get into this month’s questions. I am a psychic for people and pets, so I communicate with them in my head, and they answer me in images, physical sensations, song lyrics, and memories from my life that are relevant to what they are trying to explain. It’s fascinating and I’m still blown away that some of your pets have told you where to find their request in a store and sometimes even the exact amount it’s going to cost. I have no idea how it works, but it does! Readings aren’t a replacement for licensed medical care but can complement it beautifully.
Nicki S. asked about Daisy, a silver Weimaraner. “Why does she jump? What is she trying to say? How can we work together and get her to stop jumping?” The first thing I see is your energy and how it’s affecting Daisy. You know when you are trying to get breakfast on the table and out the door in the morning? There’s chaos going on, and you have to be the calm one, but your mind is racing and thinking about everything you need to do throughout the day. To most people, your energy “looks” calm. Your dog knows otherwise! She is feeling the energy bubbling up and out of you, and to her it’s play time because she’s getting wound up by what’s in your head versus your presentation to those around you. Fascinating! So how do we change this? First thing I hear is make your list before you get up. When you are doing a task, focus solely on it. The rest will get done because it always does. Is there a command you could use? Nope. Oh my. That was very clear. It’s not that she needs more exercise or attention, either! She’s pointing at you saying it’s up to you to help her fix this reaction to your energy. I just came back to edit this before submitting, and I also hear that your son is an energy worker and could also communicate with her. I’d love to hear how this plays out!
Dianne D. asked if Penny could hear out of both ears. Yes, she can, but the left is a little funky. They’re not itchy but the left is like listening to a conversation happening in another room and her right tends to ignore things that don’t interest her. Well then!
Sue C. wants to know what Murphy, a Labrador who is in heaven, thinks of their three-year-old Golden Retriever Jack. Oh my goodness, he LOVES him! The only regret I hear is that I’m not there to be with him! The funny thing is I “saw” my childhood bedroom, complete with the red and purple shag carpet that I had my entire childhood. I came home from college to a room with the carpets removed and a gorgeous wood floor, new comforter set and zero clutter. I wished I had that growing up!
Karen C. wants to know what Henry, the white Golden Doodle wants her to know. What a sweet and funny boy! He loves you dearly but that’s no surprise. He needs routine and structure. If it’s evening, people should not be coming over. It’s our quiet time. If you don’t have to work, we have a routine we do on days off. I love that, he says!
Finally, Joanne M. wants to know if Suki’s back or knee hurts. She’s 12 years old. Her back is tight, but when she’s medicated, it’s not a bother. Her knee is, in her words, “par for the course.” She’s not too sore, but she is showing me the Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz, and she needs to do her stretches before springing into action. It feels like she has maintenance medication on board, and it really feels like it’s helping.
Sara Moore is a psychic for people and pets who does readings over the phone and at her office in Conway, NH. Her Enlightened Horizons with Sara Moore podcast is free and covers a variety of topics. FMI go to www.enlightenedhorizons.com and follow her on Facebook.