As someone who communicates with animals the one thing people always say to me is “I wish I could talk to my pet!” Well the good news is that you CAN. You may not develop the skills to hear what they have to say, unless you really want to, but that should never stop you from talking to them because they will be listening.
Animals of course do not talk in the same language as us, dogs in particular are all about smell and body language. Being able to read body language means that they understand things very well in pictures. So if you need to let them know something, such as you moving home or going on holiday you can send them images energetically over the airwaves whilst they are in close proximity to you. Connect on a heart to heart level and send loving thoughts with the pictures let them know they are always loved and that you will be in the new place alongside them. Imagine what their bed will look like in its’s new spot and the animals will pick that up from you via the airwaves.
The one things animals don’t get in the same way as us humans is time. We wear watches and have all sorts of devices that keep us on time or remind us that we don’t have enough time (that is another blog right there lols). So if you need to communicate time to your pet use nature… Sunrise, sun highest (midday) sunset for during a day. Longer periods can be how many dark times (nights – no point saying x number of sleeps to a dog or cat!), how many moon cycles for months and of course seasons for longer periods. See it is quite easy and logical once you start to think a little outside of the human box.
Use direct communications too, ask a question such as “do you like the food I am giving you?” You may surprise yourself and hear the answer clearly in your mind but look for those body signs – did the dogs ears or head drop or did it perk up and look alert, did the cat get up from in front of the warm fire and walk away, or turn and gaze at you? These are all good indicators of how the animal is feeling.
As always don’t over complicate it and TRUST the messages you receive, I know your animals will love to get on board and play with you.