Animal Connection News Online

November 2019

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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.
  
Well, the holiday season is quickly approaching and our annual photo contest starts NOW! For those of you who have subscribed to our newsletter in the past, you know what a fun event this is. We gather the cutest pictures from our subscribers that show their animals during the December holiday season. Be sure to read all the contest rules below and most importantly, I hope you will enter a picture in the contest. You could win a free Standard Communication Session!

This month is also a big month for our family in that our Australian Labradoodle, Rocky, is turning 6 years old. Boy, has that time flown by. Although Rocky’s birthday in on the 15th, we are having his birthday party on the 23rd with lots of friends and their dogs invited over for a barbecue, birthday cake and most importantly, Frosty Paws treats for the dogs.

Are you and your animals doing anything special this holiday season? If so, we’d love to hear about all you are doing with your animal companions and of course, pictures are always welcomed. You never, know… you may see those photos in an upcoming newsletter.
  
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Now for this month's newsletter
 
Enter our 20th annual photo contest NOW!
  Subscriber questions about animal communication
Funny animal videos and slide shows
Feature Story –  Animal Personalities
Some laughs and more!
  
  

                                Enter Our Photo Contest NOW!​​
  
The December holidays are approaching, so it’s that time of year again when we start collecting all those adorable photos of your animals that depict the December holiday season.  So dust off those photo albums and mobile pictures and find a cute one to email us for our 19th annual contest. Wow!  I can’t believe we’ve doing the contest that long!!!

Here’s how the contest works and the official rules:

Email the cutest picture you have of your animal or animals that reflect any of the December holidays or winter, such as Christmas or Hanukah or even a snowy scene. The deadline is December 9, 2019, midnight CST. A .jpg or .gif file is best. In the email include:

1. The name of the animal or animals in the picture
2. Your email address
3. Your first name, last name initial
4. Your city and state, or country for those outside the U.S.

Please only one picture per animal. However, multiple animals from the same family may be submitted whether in separate pictures or in a group photo.

We’ll post the submitted pictures in our December newsletter for all our subscribers to vote on.The person who sends in the picture that receives the most votes will receive a free Standard Communication Session from Animal Connection. 

There is also a prize for those who vote. When you vote for your favorite picture, which you’ll have a chance to do once when our December newsletter is out, your name will be entered into a drawing for a free Standard Communication Session too. Please only one vote per person. We’ll choose one name at random from all the voters.

So email [email protected] those pictures ASAP. A .jpg or .gif file is best.

Remember the deadline is December 9, 2019 at midnight, CST.

Please note that first place winning pictures from previous years are not eligible to be entered again.
  
Our 1st place winning photo from the 2018 contest, Noah, who is part of Mary H.'s family in Paradise, CA.
Subscriber Buzz​​
Elaine M. of Laguna Beach, CA is fostering the cutest ever pup named Petey. Animal Connection recently did a session with Petey to find out what type of forever home he is looking for. Petey, we know that Elaine is dedicated to finding you that perfect home. Isn’t Petey adorable?
Mary M. of Caldwell, ID recently sent me pictures of her horse, Bay Lee, who is now retired and living with a herd of llamas. Mary said that Dollie Llama really has taken to watching over Bay Lee. Aren’t they so adorable together?
 And congratulations to Ann and Sam K. of Atlanta, GA on the addition of their new Golden Retriever puppy, Mollie. They pick up the Mollie next week. Then the fun begins.  How exciting!

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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It's plain and simple. We don't share our newsletter subscriber or customer lists with anyone.  We also understand that communications are private. 

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.  

Please contact us at  [email protected] if you have any questions about our privacy policy.

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Start by reading our how-to-communicate booklet, Making the Animal Connection.  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

  
  
“Any conditioned cat-hater can be won over by any cat who chooses to make the effort.” – Paul Corey


“Reason dogs don’t use computers: Can’t help attacking the screen when they hear ‘You’ve Got Mail.’” – Unknown


“I love cats because I enjoy my home; and little by little, they become its visible soul.” – Jean Cocteau
  


 
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Holiday Gifts

   
Looking for that unique gift that will not be returned for the wrong size or color? Give a gift certificate from Animal Connection for an animal communication session.

We can send the gift certificate to you to give in person or if you’re short on time or the person lives a distance from you, we can mail the gift certificate directly to the recipient for you and let them know that you sent it.

Make shopping easy this year with Animal Connection. Click here to order.
  

  
Don’t forget to enter our annual photo contest.

See the entry rules at the beginning of the newsletter.
  

  Questions, questions and more questions!
          about animal communication
  
  
This month, we received a question from one of our clients, Debby P. of Dullesport, WA. Here are Debby’s comments.

Several times you’ve done sessions for me and mentioned that the animal you are communicating with was expecting you. Can you elaborate on that? How do they know to expect you?

Thanks for this great question, Debby. You’re right! Many times when I connect with an animal to do a communication, they do tell me that they were expecting my visit.

In general, there seems to be two different ways that they know I am going to communicate with them. First of all, everyone should know that animals definitely pick up on their people’s thoughts. Your thoughts may not be crystal clear to them but even snippits of information can lead them to know that someone is going to visit with them….although they may not know who that person is.

I also find it interesting when an animal tells me how they didn’t expect me to visit in the way that I visit through their thoughts. But instead, they expected me to show up at their home or at their stable. When I explain that we are only going to only communicate through our thoughts, they are fine with this. But I do get quite a few invitations to show up in person in the future. Of course, I find this pretty funny, as YOUR animals are inviting me to come over to your home. But don’t worry…. I’ll call first. (smile)

Aside from your animals hearing your thoughts, when I first receive your order for a session, I read through it to decide if I need any clarification before doing the session. While I am reading through the order form and not officially communicating with the animal, I do have a lot of thoughts going through my mind about how to approach the various subjects for the communication. And many times, this is how the animal knows I am going to communicate with them soon, as they pick up on those thoughts.

So, thanks for the great question, Debby! Just remember that there is a lot going on with your animals that may not visible to you on the surface.
  
  

In memory of
  
Abbey and Biggie
  
Our most sincere sympathies to
  
Lori & Dan B. and Jenn H.
  on the loss of their loving companion.

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

  
“I have sometimes thought of the final cause of dogs having such short lives and I am quite satisfied it is in the compassion to the human race; for if we suffer so much in losing a dog after an acquaintance of ten to twelve years, what would it be if they were to double?”
– Sir Walter Scott
  
  
What is a Reassurance Communication Session?

Reassurance sessions can help both you and your animal through a stressful situation. From being left at home when you go on vacation, to moving to a new stable or moving to a new house, having surgery, adding a new animal to household and much more, a reassurance session can prepare your animal for the changes that lie ahead as well as give you some peace of mind.

Here is a comment from one our clients who used this service.

"Thank you very much for talking with our fur children. I'm certain it was beneficial for all of us and we will certainly be contacting you again. Your reassurance to Sara in particular makes a big difference in letting us enjoy our vacation." Larry C., Virginia Beach, VA.

Reassurance Sessions are $45. Click here if you would like to place an order or go to the Services-Order Forms tab at the top of the page to locate all our offered services. 
  
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                                         If your dog is fat, you aren't getting enough                                               exercise.  -Unknown


Ever consider what our dogs must think of us? I mean, here we come back from a grocery store with the most amazing haul -- chicken, pork, half a cow. They must think we're the greatest hunters on earth!  -Anne Tyle
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Don’t forget to enter our annual photo contest.

See the entry rules at the beginning of the newsletter.
  

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

  
  
  • This was a really interesting video about the biggest cats. I had no idea that some were so large. Check out these gorgeous cats by clicking here.
      
  • And now the 10 most beautiful horse breeds…. Of course, you may have other breeds that you think are most beautiful. But this was an interesting and educational video. Click here to see it.

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
  All shapes and sizes and mostly….personality!​​




As many of you know, Animal Connection meets with many different types of animals in the course of a day’s work.  Although most of my work comes from a variety of cat, dog and horse breeds, I have communicated with birds, prairie dogs, cougars, mountain lions, mules, snakes, vultures, guinea pigs, turtles, ferrets, donkeys, llamas, pigs coyotes, sugar gliders and iguanas.

Although each of these animals is different in the type of animal that they are, they are most different in their personalities.

The personality of the animal comes from two main sources, their current life and soul memories that they bring with them.  This is why some animals who appear to be very young in their physical age today can provide such wise, insightful information during a communication session. So, don’t let their physical age fool you!

Those animals who are most wise have old souls.  They have learned life lessons through their experiences.  Although I have communicated with many animals during the time I have been helping people and their animals through communication, I can say that I have met only a very small portion of animals who are extremely wise beyond their years or are old souls.

This animal soul maturity can be heard immediately when I communicate.  For those of you who know my communication methods, you know that I primarily receive messages by hearing a conversation, although I also do feel emotions shared by the animal, see pictures in my mind’s eye and get information through my other senses as well.  Because I hear this conversation, the intonation of the “voice” tells much. The older soul sounds aged and almost stuffy. The vocabulary that’s used is more diverse.  This is how the animal shares their maturity with me and this is also how my mind interprets their more mature thoughts so I know this is an old soul.

Aside from soul maturity, there are also many other personalities in communication, just like you see many personalities in animals when you watch them physically.  Some animals are comedians of sorts. They send pictures that can make me burst out laughing in the middle of a session or tell me things that have double meanings, which are quite witty.

The animals I communicate with can also be jealous or snobby. The information they share has their emotions and personality written all over it and is as diverse as the number of animals I communicate with.

I met a cat once named Orange Pekoe.  Pekoe, as she told me I was allowed to call her, was quite the character.  From the moment I met her, I knew she wanted to be the center of attention.

Pekoe told me that she liked her name because it was different. She felt it was almost elegant in being different and she liked that because she wanted to be remembered as different. This is the legacy she wants to leave behind.

As Pekoe was telling me this, I could almost envision a person sitting in a silk dressing gown, chewing bon bons and sipping champagne. Yes, she was leaving quite a legacy in her personality.

Pekoe told me that she really didn’t want to be a cat in this life. She said that she thinks she was put in the cat body to humble her.  Well, I certainly couldn’t help but chuckle at that comment.

But as strong a personality as Pekoe had, she also had a great deal of love for her family.  When she shared her thoughts about them her strong assertiveness faded and I could sense such love.

One animal with a comic personality is Santos, a beautiful German Shepherd who is part of Tom R.’s family in Santa Monica, CA.  Once Santos began communicating, I certainly didn’t need to prompt him to communicate with me.  He went on and on jumping from one topic to another.  It seemed that poor Santos had been waiting all his life to tell someone all this information.  He was quite the philosopher and had an opinion on quite a variety of topics.

Well, I feel that if an animal wants to communicate to this degree, I should just let him continue. It’s healthy for our animals to get these issues out in the open. It makes them feel better emotionally and sometimes, just the opportunity to communicate rids the animal of fears and anxieties.

I’m still not sure if Santos picked up on my thoughts that his speech making had been going on for quite a long time or if he just came to this conclusion on his own.  But all of a sudden, he just about stopped in mid-thought.  Then I got this very vivid picture of him stepping down off a large box.  Yes, Santos was letting me know that he was getting down off his soap box and now I could continue with our communication.

Well, needless to say, I couldn’t help but laugh.  This philosopher dog, also had a good sense of humor.

So enjoy your animals’ personalities, whether it be their physical personality that you see on a daily basis or more intimate details that may be picked up through communication.  You never know what you may learn from them or…. You may just have a good laugh!

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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.
Pixy
  
  
  
“I am fond of pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down. Pigs treat us as equals.”  – Winston Churchill.


“The dog is the god of frolic.”  – Henry Ward Beecher


“My music is best understood by children and animals.” 
                              – Igor Stravinsky                                

  
  
Customer Comments

   
From Elaine M. of Laguna Beach, CA…. Thank you for the amazing session, it made me cry.  Petey is one of the happiest dogs I've ever pulled from the shelters.  I know he has a purpose in life, we just need to match him up with the right person to receive it.  I'm sure I'll be doing another communication with my next foster, and probably a few troubled dogs our rescue has.

 
From Stephanie P. of Fort Collins, CO… Hi Danielle. Thank you so much for talking to both Gracie Mae and Finley. What a beautiful message from both of them. I am so glad that you had time to talk to them today. Thank you again for everything. 

 
From Sandy L. of Dallas, TX… How can I ever thank you enough for the session you did with Katie. I am slowly seeing a change in her behavior and as you suggested, I continue to remind her of what is expected by seeing her positive actions in my mind’s eye. I was shocked to see any change at all within a few days of the communication and I am slowly seeing more and more change. How wonderful! I can’t thank you enough, Danielle.
   
  

  
  
Don’t forget to enter our annual photo contest.

See the entry rules at the beginning of the newsletter.
  
A “Public Service Announcement” – The danger of horse hair

In a press release today, the National Institute of Health has announced the discovery of a potentially dangerous substance in the hair of horses. This substance, called "amo-bacter equuii" has been linked with the following symptoms in female humans:

  Reluctance to cook
  Reluctance to perform housework
  Reluctance to wear anything but boots
  Reluctance to work except in support of a horse
  Physical craving for contact with horses (may be an addiction)

 Beware:  If you come in contact with a female human affected by this  substance, be prepared to talk about horses for hours on end.  

This has been a public service announcement.
  
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Wishing you a wonderful Turkey Day....
                                                                               and don't forget to enter our photo contest!

Danielle Sender​​