I am offering a new teleclass workshop beginning on March 10th. This is a wonderful opportunity to deepen your intuitive abilities and learn to communicate with animals. I hope you’ll join me!
Details & Registration
This is a 6 hour workshop scheduled in four 90-minute classes
Thursdays, March 10, 17, 24, 31
7:00pm to 8:30pm Eastern Time
Registration: $135.00; Early registration incentive of $10 off through February 15: $125.00
Payable online. Simply click on the Rates Page on my website to be connected with the Paypal link: www.rainhummingbird.com/ratesandpayment/ . Simply click the Paypal link.
Telepathic Animal Communication is a natural way of communicating between all living beings…and everyone can learn how – all it takes is training and practice!
This class will teach you
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Here’s a great suggestion from one of my clients on how to keep your dog’s teeth clean the natural way.
I took Wakinyan (the gorgeous dog in the photo) to the holistic vet today and she told me about this great natural way to clean and care for dog’s teeth and gums: give the dog a raw chicken, turkey, or duck neck to chew on. It is very important that the neck be raw because once cooked, the bones soften and break down becoming a choking hazard. It’s actually best if the necks are still slightly frozen since that makes for more of a workout. Once a week is enough to maintain teeth and gums in healthy shape and it’s a good idea to subtract the calories of the neck from the amount of food so as not to overfeed. I’m excited to give it a try and so is Wakinyan.
Photo and post courtesy of Loba and Wakinyan
Did you know that cats lap water at a rate of four times per second — too fast for the human eye to see anything but a blur — and its tongue moves at a speed of one meter per second?
To learn more about our amazing felines, check out this New York Times article which explains the fascination of how cats drink.
Looking for a challenging toy for your bright dog or clever kitty?
Some animals just don’t get enough stimulation from the standard tennis ball or feather-on-the-fishing-pole toys. Loree and her dog Kona, the beauty in the photo, have a few suggestions that have worked for them.
Kona loves ball games and suggests the toys on this site: http://www.bestfriendsgeneralstore.com/dog_toys_pc/KJPP01072/Puzzle_Toys/Junior+IQube+Puzzle+with+Balls/
Hide the treat, give the puzzle a spin and see if your dog can find them. Check out this link for challenging puzzle toys: http://www.pawlickers.com/products/manufacturers/nina-ottosson. There are some neat cat toys here too.
Are there any special toys your animal companion really likes? Please let me know so we can share the info with other readers.
Have a ball!
Photo and links courtesy of Loree in North Carolina