Archive for January, 2011


PET TIP: Don’t wash your pet’s bedding, blankets, towels, anything with fur on it, or dispose of any of the litter box contents during a missing pet event. These articles can become very important for helping your pet find their way out of an unfamiliar location and lead them to you. When you think that dogs and cats have forty times the scent capabilites that human’s do, using familiar marked items can be one of the most powerful tools in helping them find their way home. As animal communicators we can tell them to hunt for these items, and kitty litter can be sprinkled as a trail marker right to your door step home.

As animal communicators we have many tools, including high tech mapping tools, dowsing crystals, and animal communication to utilze to help find your missing pet. See our site http://animalhealings.com/lost.html for more info

We humans tend to think of our pets’ emotional maturity and intelligence level as being the same as children,¬† but animals actually can be considered our soul peers, with the same wide range of maturity as adult humans. If we lock our pets into a stereotypical behavior model (a dog is just a dog, a cat is just a cat) it can be a great disservice, setting them up for failure in behavioral issues. Everyone recognizes unique personality traits within their pets, especially the way they play and respond to our love.

As animal communicators, when Thom and Jonquil Williams of Animal Healings connect with pets, they really see and hear the differences every pet has in intelligence, emotions, wisdom, and their unique perspectives of our human world.

Amazingly, behavior issues aren’t a matter of being a “bad pet.” Animal Healings has successfully handled cases, often uncovering that the pets just didn’t understand their behavior was unacceptable to their human. Sometimes it was simply a miscommunication or misperception between the pet and pet parent. The Williams begin by learning the pet’s motivation behind the behavior. Then, using a counseling-style approach, they negotiate better choices for your pet. Understanding your pet bridges the gap between non-personal behavior modification and their unique needs, which strengthens your bond with your pet, and reduces frustration. One pet was willing to change his aggressive, protective behavior when he learned that he was scaring his human.

Contact Thom and Jonquil Williams at AnimalHealings.com or (941) 321-8484.