Training Animals Should Be with Trust

We humans have so many different ideas and beliefs when it comes to animal training. There are the old school methods, which recognises that us humans are far better than animals. This way can be aggressive as the animal must do as they are told. Then there is the complete opposite, where the human is [...]

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Your Judgements Could Be Hurting Your Animals’ Feelings

As a pet owner you can be helped in a number of ways with animal communication. Understanding your animal from their perspective allows you to give them the best life possible. It can be very easy to place our own thoughts and understanding on animals without really understanding them. This is why animal communication is [...]

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Animal Communication Is The Healthy Way

The simple answer would be that animal communication helps our animals to be physically fit and emotionally balanced. This article however is not about the animal its about how animal communication can help the human! To be good at animal communication the human has to learn the skills of being able to clear and still [...]

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Animal Communication Make It Work With 6 Simple Steps

Animal Communication is a learnt skill that makes it possible for a human to understand animals thoughts and feelings in detail. Just like having a conversation with a person but with out the words! Animal communication is the connecting to animal on a feeling level where we can understand their emotions and physical states. Understand [...]

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Is Animal Communication Possible?

I was introduced to animals as a small child and always felt more relaxed and sure of myself whilst in their company. Often I wondered as I chatted away to them, how much they understood. Could they talk? Was animal communication real? At the age of ten I was taken to see the original Dr. [...]

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