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Pet Psychic Radio 11-29-12

On This Episode of Pet Psychic Radio: Even though Ai’s dog Ventura is in heaven we wish him a Happy Birthday! He also shares with us advice on how to celebrate everyday.  We take callers.  We have a few updates.  A man finds out who the spirit woman is who met his dog when he passed.  A woman calls in to say that since our talk her cat has only peed in the litter box!   We talk to a dog about hunting with a hawk.  We have two special guests on. Our guests are founder of Stella and Chewys Marie Moody StellaAndChewys.com and Lori Birdsong of Linens For Animals  LinensForAnimals.org

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Stella, Marie, & Chewy

 

Happy Birthday Ventura!

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Pet Psychic Radio * Aggression Tips and Calming Signals

On This Episode of Pet Psychic Radio: We talk to callers about their aggressive animals and explain to the animals how to be comfortable in situations.  We talk to animals that have passed over.  Our rescue guest is Julia Knoblock from the Escondido Humane Society and the rescue rabbit Daisy.  Escondidohumanesociety.org

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Daisy is 5months old and is looking for a home with her bunny companion Tanner

 

 

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Pet Psychic Radio 11-08-12 Hurricane Sandy and more

On this episode: Mr. a two year old dog describes the people who robbed his house.  We talk to Mo the dog about how he is doing in Heaven. Nadia’s cat talks about his body and his love for his person. Daisy the cat explains her sick feeling.  We talk to Stubby the manx tabby while he is in the hospital.  He gives his mom reassurance on his health.  Laura explains how to prepare animals that a natural disaster is coming.  We take some questions from the chat room and Laura’s dog Stormy gives his words of wisdom and advice to other animals.

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Mo on the right talks to Laura from Heaven.
He is survived by Sammi Girl & Sammy Boy.

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Children And Animal Rights

Britains Got Talent

2011 Olivia Binfield

This video brought tears to my eyes.  I am touched when children have a passion for helping the world’s animals.

 

 

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11/11 Pet Psychic & Animal Chiropractic All In One

As many of you know I am a huge fan of chiropractic for animals.

This coming Sunday 11/11 in Ventura, CA.

I, Laura Stinchfield – Pet Psychic, am teaming up with Dr. Sherry Gaber. She will be adjusting the animals while I am talking to them. We can ask them how they feel in their bodies before and after Sherry and anything else you want to ask them. Chiropractic can help with Difficulty standing up or walking,

Poor appetite
Constipation
Listlessness
Uneven gait
Incontinence
Sleep problems
Ear infections
Excessive licking
Lack of a desire for play
….And many more…

Please contact me at laura@petpsychic.wpengine.com to book your session.

half hour $100, 45 min $150, 1 hour $200.
This is a very exciting unique event!

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Also in video owner of Aloha Dog Grooming in Ventura Tina Baselice

 

Sherry’s website: http://sherrygaberdc.com/

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Rosie and Ziggy * Animals and Hurricane Sandy

NY Pets and Hurricane Sandy

I was in NY at my parents’ house during the Storm.

Rosie and Ziggy are their two dogs.

Rosie

Rosie was obsessed with the wind.  She would repetitively run out the dog door, around the house and then scratch at the front door to be let in.

She said, “I feel the wind on my paws when I run!  The noise outside scares me into curiosity. The smells are too much to understand. I love it!”

Ziggy

During the Hurricane, I took Ziggy out on a leash and explained to him that he must poop and pee now because it will get worse.

He said, “I am nervous out here.  There are too many smells and sounds.  I dont like the feeling I have.”  His eyes were wide with fear and shifting in all directions as he did what he was told.  He is such a good boy!

This is what Ziggy looked liked inside.

 

I locked the dog door so Rosie couldn’t keep running outside. It was too dangerous.

Rosie watched me disappointingly and then found her post on an ottoman staring out into the storm.

The picture below was actually taken earlier in the day when the storm was just brewing.  Though the stance is the same 🙂

Rosie Watching The Storm

 

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New York Winds

Hurricane in the Countryside


Wednesday, November 21, 2012

The morning Hurricane Sandy arrived I walked my parents’ Brittany spaniel and American Cocker in the forest and fields around a pond in my New York home town. I warned every deer I saw that a big storm was coming. I didn’t feel they really needed my warning.

The wind shaking the remaining colors off the trees and the clouds being pushed like shoveled snow was proof enough. We walked a long time that afternoon, enjoying the remaining balance of nature. The wind was warm, reminding me of California’s Santa Anas.

When I arrived home, the neighbors’ chickens where scurrying about making talkative busy noises. My father and I went out together to stock up on goods, passing gas stations with NO GAS signs. As the sun began its downward curve, Rosie the Brittany and Ziggy the Cocker stared out the big double-paned windows watching pine trees bend in the distance. The power flickered, then went out. The generator didn’t start. My father couldn’t find the key, and once he did he needed to rush out for coolant. The darkness brought the powerful hot and cold wind.

Rosie was obsessed with the wind, running out the dog door around the house and then scratching at the front door to be let in: “I feel the wind on my paws when I run! The smells are too much to understand. The noise outside scares me into curiosity.” She panted in pure excitement. Right before the brunt of the storm, I took Ziggy out on a leash and explained to him that he must poop and pee now because it will get worse. His eyes were wide with fear and shifting in all directions as he did what he was told. The wind tossed me several steps. I heard the cracking of trees in the distance. The full moon peered out of the clouds for an instant as if to say, “Remember me. I am bringing in the tides. But here you are safe from the waters.”

Rosie looking out the window as the hurricane quickens.

“I am locking the dog door,” I announced. Rosie watched me disappointedly and then found her post on an ottoman staring out into the darkness.

The rain was not heavy in our area but the wind was a constant swirl. It ripped the heavy screen door off my parent’s house and continuously rang the wind chimes, reminding me of the boats out at the harbor and the Bounty’s crew lost at sea.

The deer called out to me in the middle of the night, saying, “Thank you for warning.” They were in a cave by the lake, huddled together. “Where are you?” They asked. I explained to them. Pictured the south end of the lake, the trees along my parent’s driveway and the upstairs window of the house.

When we awoke we found that huge pine trees on the border of my parents property were snapped in the middle. Hundred-year-plus maples where pushed down like dominoes, leaving the underground roots exposed. The air was eerily silent and cold.

I told my mother about the deer thanking me and asking where I lived. She exclaimed, “You didn’t tell them, did you? They are eating my bushes.” Later they grazed and napped in fields in front of the pine trees just like they always have. My mother’s smile was admittance of happiness to see them safe

It didn’t take us long to notice there was spotty cell service – towers running out of diesel fuel, cancelled flights, telephone poles and trees on wires dangling over the streets, broken power lines everywhere. Most streets were impassable. The ones that were open were dangerous. There were no workers in site.

As the news started to brew my anxiousness grew greater. Friends-of-friends’ houses had burned to the ground. In the small lake community where I lived in my 20s a tree killed two young boys. My Staten Island friend had eight feet of water in his house. “I am thankful” he said. “It’s a miracle the water and sewage didn’t reach the second floor or blow out the windows. Now just waiting to hear is the foundation is safe.”

Most people were scared, cold, and had not showered. New York City to past Boston remained dark and in a state of emergency. My New York City friends confessed to being in a state of shock and exhibiting post-traumatic stress. My uncle was climbing 14 flights of stairs to get home.

My parent’s full house generator worked. We had fresh coffee and eggs for breakfast, charged our iPads with ease. With no Internet, I was disconnected from my business. I was stressed but I had time to read books, do yoga, and write a letter to my nieces about how a unicorn was brought to grammie’s and grandpa’s by the windy storm.

On the day I left NY the wind outside my parents’ house was calm, but the air chilled my exposed skin. In the morning, I stood outside for a moment and prayed for the ones who are suffering. I pondered the intensity of Mother Nature. I toke a breath, centered myself, and was present. I saw five robins playing on a maple sapling. The weight of them bounced the branches like a seesaw. All their eyes were on me, acknowledging that I saw them. A white-and-black cat explored the tunnels of the downed trees. He looked back at me when I spotted him. “Good hunting” I heard. Surprisingly, the neighbor’s chickens remained quiet – afraid their sounds may bring back the wind.

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Pet Psychic Radio * What Do Animals Think Of Humans

On this episode of Pet Psychic Radio: Ginger the boxer tells us why she shakes a lot.  Our special guest is Dr. Laurie Moore Certified Animal Communicator and licensed Family Therapist.  Dr. Laurie’s website is Animiracles.com.  Duke the yellow lab tells his person if he was euthanized at the right time or not.  Hannah the tabby with no stripes wants to be human, says fetching is mindless and has us all laughing.  Traci the Siamese cat has peed outside the box for 6 years. She talks about her issue.  Eddie the deceased cat tells us he is still stealing food from his person.  Bean my bunny talks about how people should heal each-other.  Our theme of the show is, “What do you think about humans?”

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Pet Psychic Radio 10-18-12 * How Animals Make People Laugh

On this episode of Pet Psychic Radio:  Happy the Poodle talks about why he bites his person.  Mitsy the cat tells us why she goes off alone and meows.  Panda the Tabby talks about why she is proud of her person.  Feather and Henry, two rabbits, talk about their relationship and why they are not getting along.  Prince the chow talks about his body.  All animals are asked the theme of the episode which is “How do you make people laugh?”
We are also joined by our rescue guest Rachel Crossen of Ape Action and Tulip the 8 year old foster dog. Tulip talks about why she sometimes attacks other dogs.

APE Action’s Website:  Apeaction.org

 

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Tulip was Rescued by Ape Action

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