Rescue Animals – And Helping With Behaviour Issues

Why does my animal do that?

Why won’t they stop?


I do a lot of work with people whose animals have behaviour issues.
Finding the cause of the behaviour, is always the place to start –

    • It could be something you are aware of, but that didn’t seem too important to you – but was important to your animal.
    • It could be something that your animal experiences or feels, that you’re not aware of.
    • It could be something that has gone on for a long time, but has finally reached “crisis proportions” for your animal – or for you!

In the case of rescue animals, finding out what happened in their past that was the “trigger” for their current behaviour is very important.

The animal’s response to the “trigger” is the behaviour you see. At the time, their response was the best they thought they could do to save / protect themselves from the “trigger”.

Usually, that response is no longer appropriate and is often distressing to their person / people that rescued the animal.

For both new and long term behaviour issues, determining the cause of their behaviour, then allowing the animal to release their feelings about the cause and helping the animal understanding what alternative behaviour would be better for the animal and their person – can go a long way toward resolving their behaviour issues.

I cannot guarantee one hundred percent that an animal will change or moderate its behaviour – because, like humans, animals have free will!


That being said …


Behaviour Success Stories :

  • Abby –

Abby was a cat who pee’d outside her litter box.
This stopped after talking to Abby over a couple of communication sessions!

  • Faegan –

Faegan was a young horse who kept pulling his feet away when his person tried to pick out his feet.
This stopped after just one communication session!

  • Sammy –

Sammy was a parrot who loved to be out of his cage, but would poop everywhere.
After we asked Sammy to poop on paper towels instead, he was cooperative with this most of the time.

  • Bear –

Bear was a very fearful dog and wouldn’t let anyone touch or pet him. Immediately after his first communication session, he jumped up on his owners chair to be petted!

  • Handsome –

Handsome was an event horse who kept “calling” and endlessly fretting when his “trailering buddy” was led away to work. When we talked to him we asked him to stand quietly and watch for his “buddy” to return, and he did!

  • Mojo –

Mojo was a cat who kept trying to “hunt” his person’s pet turtle and frog. During his communication session we told him that they were “family and not food” and said that he could watch them from six feet away. From then on that’s exactly what he did!

And I have many, many more success stories !


If you’d like to add your animals success story, after an animal communication session with me –
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