Animal Connection News Online

March 2020

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​​Welcome to Animal Connection News Online, your online source for information about animal communication and the messages our animals want to share with us.
 
Spring is starting to show itself in central Texas with our red bud trees blooming their beautiful pink flowers and days consistently in the 70’s. I know for some of you, winter is still a reality but hopefully you’re seeing the light at the end of the tunnel and it’s Spring.

No doubt like many of you, our family is very focused on the news about the coronavirus. Our thoughts and prayers are with our clients and newsletter subscribers all over the world that this will resolve itself soon and that it does not affect you personally. Luckily, this does not seem to be an issue for our animals. However, if you need a session for your animal companion, Animal Connection is open for business.
  
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Now for this month's newsletter
   
  
And the winner is…. See who won our Valentine Heart Contest

Subscriber news


Feature Story –  Communicating with Your Own Animals

From the Heart

Funny animal videos and slide shows


Some laughs and more!
  
 
                                                And the Winner of our Heart Contest is....


  
Thanks to those of you who entered our Heart Contest in February. We chose one person at random from all the correct entries to win our how-to-communicate booklet, Making the Anima Connection. And the winner is……
Alvi A. of Spicewood, TX.

Congratulations!  Your prize is on its way!

If you'd like to puchase our booklet and start learning to communicate with your animals, click here for our booklet order form.
  
Subscriber Buzz
We hope that Clementine is feeling better. She is part of Lori and Dan B.’s family in Littlerock, CA. Clemmie is a new addition to Lori and Dan’s family and unfortunately she has an ear issue infection. Feel better soon, Clemmie. You have a good family to take care of you.

 And we also hope Finn is feeling better after ACL meniscus surgery. Kristin E. of Elberton, GA knows it’s going to be a tough 12 week recuperation for Finn as his exercise is very limited. Hang in there Finn and Kristin.  

 And congratulations to Geri Ann S. of Phoenix, AZ on the new addition to her family, Zoe. She sure is a cutie!  

 We just love getting pictures from our client/subscriber’s children with their animal companions. Thanks Phing Phing C. who lives with her family in Singapore for this adorable picture of her boys with their rescue dog, Pixy. Pixy told Animal Connection that she just adores her boys and the boys sure love her, as can be seen in this picture. Thanks for this wonderful picture, Phing Phing.  

 And some more good news for Kathy H. of Estero, FL. After losing her sweet Dempsey some time ago, Kathy was finally ready to have a new Boxer in her life. So welcome, Goliath!  You are sure fortunate to have such a wonderful family.
  

We love to hear what’s going on with you and your animals. Just send us an email at [email protected] and feel free to include pictures.​​
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We ask permission from both the person and the animal to share their information, so others may learn.  We want you to feel comfortable and secure with us.  

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Do you want to learn to communicate with animals?  Start by reading our how-to-communicate booklet, Making the Animal Connection.

Here’s an experience from one of our clients after she read our booklet and worked with her dog.

Danielle, I have been working with your book.  I started with my neighbor's dog.  I never felt like I was hearing from her, but yet she seems much more attentive to me.  Then I started with my Boone.  He has bad fear issues and way back bit my neighbor.  Now he has four or five people he really trusts, but it's always an ordeal.  I have been trying to convey to him that everyone who comes here really loves him and wants him to like them.  This week some friends Boone sees occasionally came over to the house, and I was able to let Boone visit with them.  He wiggled at them just like he does with me.  The next day they came over when I wasn't expecting them.  Boone always barks at anything outside, but this time, with me in another room he didn't bark at all.  Everybody was dumbfounded!  So I just let them straight into the house (normally I would put him in another room until everyone is settled), and he wiggled some more.  I cannot thank you enough for sending me the book.  I attribute Boone's increased confidence entirely to having read it.  Byrd D. of Annapolis, MD

Click here to order this easy to read booklet. Price is only $7.50 plus $1.50 shipping for U.S. residents and a bit of tax for you Texans.

Your animals are waiting to hear from you.
  

Want to Learn to Communicate?

Danielle with her dogs, Lucky and Sally

In memory of
 Molly
  
Our most sincere sympathies to
  
Geri Ann S.
  
  on the loss of his loving companions.


Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the animals you had the honor of knowing and loving.


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“Cats are connoisseurs of comfort.” – James Herriott


“There’s no need for a piece of sculpture in a home that has a cat.” – Wesley Bates


“No matter how little money and how few possessions youown, having a dog makes you rich.” – Louis Sabin
  
  What is a Memorial Session?
 
Sometimes our clients have a need to have more than one animal communicated with or have more than 5 questions or areas of discussion, which is done through our Standard Session. For this need, we offer a Custom Session where the pricing is based upon the time that it will take to complete the session.

In some circumstances, our clients want one message passed along to multiple animal companions, such as information on their family leaving on vacation or perhaps moving. When one message is passed along to everyone, we can help keep the cost down by communicating with everyone at the same time, which is less costly than communicating with each animal individually sharing that same message.

Whether it’s a group session, wanting a more in-depth session with one animal or communicating specific information to multiple animals, we will always provide you a quote on the price before doing a Custom Session.

Here’s what Sandy T. of Phoenix, AZ had to say about our Custom Session.

“Thanks so much for doing the session with Pixy, Fluffy, Andy and Earl. I really appreciated that you offered a reduced price by providing a communication with all of them at the same time on the upcoming events going on in our family. I could definitely tell the difference in their acceptance of the changes this time since they knew ahead of time what changes were coming. Many thanks, Danielle. This was a very effective session.”

So do you need something special from Animal Connection? Then a Custom Session may be the answer for you. If you have any questions about this type of session or any of our other sessions, please feel free to email us at [email protected]

Click here if you would like to place an order or you always get to the order forms by clicking on the Services - Order Forms tab at the top of any page to locate all our session order forms. 

  

     A Good Laugh!



    ​Cat Commandments:


   Thou shall not unroll all of the toilet paper off the roll.

   Thou shall not sit in front of the television as though thou art transparent.

   Thou shall not reset thy human's alarm clock by walking on it.

   Thou shall not climb on the garbage can with the hinged lid, as thee will fall in and trap thyself.

   Thou shall not jump onto thy sleeping human's bladder at 4:00 a.m.

   Thou shall not trip thy humans, even if they are walking too slow.

   Thou shall not push open the bathroom door when there are guests in thy house.

   As fast as thou art, thou cannot run through closed doors.         
 

  
From the Heart
 
Over the last 20+ years that I have been communicating with animals for my clients, I have come to know so many wonderful people and their animals. I always find it interesting how the children of my clients many times become clients of Animal Connection’s services as they get older.
 
I recently heard from Shelton H. of Wilmington, NC asking for a session with her dog, Mary Jane. Shelton is the daughter of long-time client, Tracy H. of Newark, DE.
 
At the time I first heard from Shelton, I didn’t realize that she was the child in the family of a wonderful dog named Tramp, for whom I did many sessions when Shelton was young.
 
Here are Shelton’s comment.
 
I want to thank you for Tramp’s readings in the past. I’m Tracy’s daughter and Mary Jane is my first dog that I own but Tramp was my first dog as a child. He was part of our family from when I was 4 until 17 so he really was my childhood dog, and your readings about him were so special to us! Thank you!
 
Needless to say, Shelton’s comments really touched my heart.
 
Thank you, Shelton… From the Heart, from Animal Connection.
  

You Tube and Other Video Connections
            and some cute photos too!


    

This video includes some of the most funny, laugh out loud moments I’ve seen in a long time. Click here to check out these Great Danes. 
 

Click here to see these animals who will make you laugh at their antics.
 

Do you want to see some crazy big Great Danes? Click here to see this fun slide show. They are adorable and BIG!
  

Feel free to email us with any You Tube or other video links that you’ve enjoyed. We’ll post as many as we can and credit the first person who emailed us with the link. Also, feel free to send email video attachments. If I can find them published on YouTube, I’ll use them.



From the Horse's Mouth - Feature Article
        Communicating wtih your own animals


You’ve tried communicating many times with your own animals but nothing…. You pass a dog on the street and you seem to hear him clearly.  Or your friend’s animals gravitate toward you and you can’t seem to stop them from communicating. If this has happened to you, then I’m sure you’re thinking…..What’s going on?!

Many people want to learn to communicate so that they may have a closer relationship with their own animals through communication.  However, sometimes working with our own animals is more difficult.

Two of the more difficult things about communicating are clearing your mind to let the animal’s thoughts come in and not judging the information you receive.  With our own animals, this can be even more difficult.

While trying to clear your mind when working with your own animals, you may begin to look at body language and interpret that instead of receiving the animal’s thoughts.  Or you may be so emotionally involved that clearing your mind is impossible because you are too close to the situation.

Even with my experience, when one of my animals is very ill or I’m emotionally upset over a situation, I will seek the help of another communicator.  I learned this lesson the hard way when one of my dogs, Max, was very ill. I was convinced that she was going to die. We went to the vet to find out that what looked very severe, could actually be cured with a shot.

Afterwards, I asked Max why she had told me that she was going to die when I communicated with her earlier in the day. She told me that she thought she was going to die because I was so sure. I was so emotionally embroiled in the situation that I wasn’t able to clear my thoughts enough to help Max give me an accurate accounting of her health. This taught me a good lesson about how not to stress out myself and my animals. 

Many of my clients and newsletter subscribers are learning to communicate, yet it’s not uncommon for even those who are quite proficient to still seek the help of a professional communicator at times. When we work with our own, it’s just not easy to overcome those ideas which we believe to be true and we can easily dismiss new findings because we feel we know our animals so well.

This leads to the second most difficult part about communicating….not judging what you receive.  When you communicate casually with your neighbor’s dog and he tells you that he loves to eat goldfish, you barely question it.  Now it might seem odd to you, but you don’t dismiss the idea.  You mention it to your friend, perhaps acting a bit embarrassed because you know she doesn’t even own a fish tank.  But then she laughs and before you know it, she’s complimenting your new communication skills as she tells you how her dog just loves to eat goldfish crackers.

With your own animal, you might question comments that don’t seem in line with what you know to be true because you have such a strong frame of reference for who your animal is. With a friend’s animal, it’s a little different. But you can work past this difficulty with time and practice with your own animal.

And that’s really the key to learning to communicate with your animal or anyone else’s.  Communicating takes practice. It’s only through repetition and feedback that you’ll begin to see your progress and gain confidence in your skills.

Take the goldfish example….if that were you and you hadn’t received feedback, you might not have realized how truly accurate you were!

And finally, remember that your animal may not want to communicate at certain times or perhaps they are just very private. They do have their preferences about communication too.

My horse, Rascal, for example, didn’t communicate with me all the much when we were at home. But when we were out on the trail, he was a regular chatterbox.  He would comment on the scenery, the animals we saw and most of all, that’s the time when he would tell me about his personal thoughts. For him, getting away from his routine made him relax as much as it made me relax.

So don’t be surprised if you receive thoughts from your animals at unusual times or in unusual places. This could be when your mind is clear enough to receive the messages. And remember to just accept the messages for what they are.  Listen closely… you just never know what you might find out!
  
  
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Portions of this newsletter may be reprinted with the written permission of Animal Connection. Several of our subscribers have used Animal Connection articles for publication in their animal association newsletters. We don’t mind at all. Just ask!​​

Animal Connection communicates with all species of animals. In the past, we have had the pleasure of communicating with a variety of cat, dog and horse breeds, birds, prairie dogs, cougars, mountain lions, mules, snakes, vultures, guinea pigs, turtles, ferrets, donkeys, llamas, pigs, coyotes, iguanas and even sugar gliders (you may need to Google the last one!)

All animals are welcomed!

Also, refer two new clients to us who purchase a session and you'll receive a $5 coupon from Animal Connection which may be used to purchase any of our products or services. This is our way of saying thank you for helping our business grow.
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Murphy's Laws For Horses and Horse Owners

1. If you do a thorough check of your trailer before hauling, your truck will break down.

2. There is no such thing as a sterile barn cat.


3. No one ever notices how you ride until you fall off.


4. A horse's misbehavior will be in direct proportion to the number of people who are watching.


5. If you're wondering if you left the water on in the barn, you did. If  you're wondering if you latched the pasture gate, you didn't.
 
6. One horse isn't enough; two is too many.

7. If a horse is advertised "under $5,000," you can bet he isn't $2,500.

8. Wind velocity increases in direct proportion to how well your hat fits.

9. If you fall off, you will land on the site of your most recent injury.

10. The least useful horse in your barn eats the most, requires corrective shoeing every three weeks and requires the services of the vet a minimum of once a month.

11. No one really learns how to swear until they learn how to ride.

12. Dressage tests always seem to be ridden next to a hang glider competition.

13. If there are two paths to choose, you will always choose the wrong one.

14. The effort to keep from falling over a fence always hurts more than falling off.

Customer Comments


From Alice Y. of Houston, TX… Thank you so much Danielle!!! Earlier today, when I brought food out for Bonnie, she did try to come in with me again. But when I stopped her and said, "No Bonnie." Her ears went sideways, she looked like she wanted to claw me again, but stopped herself. I was so amazed!!!  Thank you do much!!!


From Sarah B. of San Pedro, CA… Thank you, Danielle. What a lovely conversation and I am so happy and relieved that she is so happy and relieved. 


From Barbara S. from Wallingford, CT…. What an incredible communication you had with Beau. I got a little choked up at the part where you said Belle came to see him when she died to tell him goodbye. Danielle, thank you so much for taking this time to talk to my Beau. You have a very rare and special gift, and you are so kind to offer to communicate with animals for people like me. I know we will both feel better in time. God bless you, Danielle. Thank you.
  
  
  
  
“Happiness is a warm puppy.”  -- Charles Schulz

 
“To err is human, to purr is feline.” – Robert Byrne

 
“Animals are such agreeable friends. They ask no questions; they pass no criticisms,”  -- George Elliot
  
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Check out our archives. We keep 3 months of newsletters plus the current month online. 

There are also two series of archived articles on animals and their purpose and also  animal souls. Both make for some interesting reading!

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Until next month......  Keep an eye out for Spring. 
  
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Danielle Sender​​