Author, Animal Communicator and Certified Healer, Vicki Draper, shares educational information from the animals for people who care about them inviting healing to live happy, healthy and harmonious lives together.
It's the new year and new decade. You've set intentions for improving your life. Find out some simple ways to help improve your pet's life for better health, harmony and happiness. You'll discover things you may not realize about food, exercise and play. You'll deepen your connection with your pet and your pet will love it.
Paws (Pause) For Peace invites you to take a pause to shift from anxiety to calm. The calmer you are the calmer you pet will be. It also shares connection and understanding for what you may be going through in the holiday season that isn't so jolly. You are not alone. Listen for some tools to help you have more ease with the holiday season.
Does your pet (dog or cat) freak out when you pull out your suitcase?
Do you dread traveling because you are worried about leaving your pet?
Do you wish you knew how to make it easier for both of you before your trip?
If so, you will want to listen.
This podcast shares with you why your pet freaks out, and teaches you 2 techniques you can do to have your next trip go more smoothly for both you and your pet.
When your cat, your dog is licking their paw(s) and won't stop, here's a good possibility of the cause and solution.
Discover how dogs, Riley and Sophie, had similar issues and got relief. It might surprise you.
After Leloo passed away, Stitches guardian wanted to get another cat family member. This was not what Stitch had in mind. Find out what his message was for his guardian and how they are now working together for another cat family member.
You love your pet. Your pet's lifespan is shorter than yours. This means you will have to say good-bye to them at some point as they pass onto their next adventure. This is not an easy time. The Power of Sharing Joy technique is powerful, bonding and will shift their passing to a beautiful experience for both of you.
How would you feel looking pretty, feeling good walking down the street and some stranger came up all excited to see you and started hugging you?
Being cute doesn't mean your dog wants to be petted by strangers.
Social interactions from your dogs point of view.
Keeping everyone safe and your dog's needs being heard. Take a listen, laugh and learn.