Dear Laura, Do dogs understand the word NO? Sincerely, Alfred
the pet psychic
It is around 7:30 am on a typical Monday. I am driving patiently down a curvy dirt road. My two dogs extend their heads out separate rear windows. They are catching their breathe from our morning stroll in the woods. Up a head, just past the next twist, I see what looks like
This morning as I lay in bed after one push of the snooze button the ravens outside begin to squawk incessantly. I know this sound well. They are mobbing a red tail hawk. I listen more closely. There is a distant distress call of the hawk’s mate.
“I am scared because I can no longer see. Everything looks like shadows. I want to fly so bad. It is ok if mom (person) cries. Tell her it is ok if I die.”
Dear Laura, I definitely want to hear what your posse has to say about the way animals view love. Sincerely, Julia
“This is the best time of my life. I am going to remember every dog here. I have so many friends.”
Dear Laura, This is sort of a generic question with a specific situation. What to do with dogs who inhale their food?
This is Bee and Leo. They have recently been rescued from poor situations. Bee tells about a situation she had with her shoer, “I kicked him in the thigh and I thought it was funny. We both thought he was hurt really bad, but he was OK.” Leo talks about why he has nightmares, “People …
This is Skippy. He is amazing. He reminds me of a Border Collie. His person and I use the clicker to train him to not meow obsessively around food. He remarks, “I like to eat because I am bored. I like the texture and the taste of food.”
HOME FOUND! “There is nothing I want more than to live with someone who I can be with all the time. I want to be to able to cuddle with my person. I also don’t want to make my person sick with allergies”