Archive for March, 2011

Dog Day Water Afternoon

So nice to spend a beautiful Sunday afternoon with a client’s dog family just relaxing and having fun playing in the water!

The Cat Nip SnugglerTM – Our own invention now for sale in the Animal Healings Store! One full ounce of USA grown Organic Catnip.Stuffed in a full sized and snuggable pillow for any size cat or kitten.

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When you find a stray or wandering pet, always remember a family has probably lost that precious little one and their hearts are breaking. Although some people may set their pets free instead of taking them to a shelter, there are other numerous reasons why pets become missing/lost. They may have been scared away from their yard, panicked during transit , or even taken by a stranger with the wrong intentions. When you find a stray, don’t get too attached right away. If the pet has no collar it may still have a micro-chip ID under its skin. Take it to your vet, animal shelter, or pet store where they will be able to use a chip reader to ID the pet. Many people use lost pet services on the web (similar to Amber alert systems), see our lost pet list online.

Before your pet becomes lost, get them micro-chipped along with a non-snagable collar and an up-to-date info tag. Make a kit with recent photos, information for a poster, and bookmark web sites that help locate pets.

If your petbecomes lost, animal communicators are a great resource to help locate them. As Animal Communicators we use a variety of communication professional techniques and tools (including high tech and traditional mapping, and Reiki infused crystals) to help locate your lost pet as quickly as possible. We know time is of essence, both for you and your pet. It can sometimes be very difficult to locate them telepathically since they can be missing for a number of (initially) unknown reasons and they may be scared and confused, with no clue where they are.. Animal communicators can also find out how they are doing and reassure your pet that you are looking for them. The animal can sometimes offer clues to their locations through images, sounds, even smells that they are experiencing. The information they provide can help us narrow the search area for you, or sometimes even pinpoint the location. The communicator can help try to keep the animal calm and safe in their location until help arrives.

For more tips or help finding your pet, visit our web site at .
Contact Thom and Jonquil Williams at or (941) 321-8484.

If your pet is urinating inappropriately, being aggressive or not adjusting well to the addition of a new baby, person or pet in your home, you may be thinking of giving them away. Changing a pet’s behavior can be difficult especially when you don’t know the real reasons for the behavior. After you have consulted with your vet to eliminate health-related causes, it may simply come down to emotional reactions driving their behavior. An animal communicator can talk telepathically with your pet to find out why they are doing the behavior(s) and help you negotiate a change.
“One cat told us she was scared when her human was away overnight and felt her litterbox was too far away from the bed she was hiding under. She was peeing under the bed from fear, not anger, so putting a box close to the bed solved the problem,” said Thom Williams of Animal Healings. “But there can be so many other reasons and we have had success with those cases as well.”

Animal communicators can prepare your pets for changes in the household ahead of time, which can prevent behaviors from developing. Pets appreciate the ability to express their concerns and know that you (as the parent) are willing to meet their needs. If changes in the house have already occurred, it’s not too late to call in a professional communicator to find out your pets needs and negotiate the changes you both want. Animal Healings can help, visit our web site at .
Contact Thom and Jonquil Williams at or (941) 321-8484.