FOR THE LOVE OF A MUTT
You may know them by Brutus, Molly, Sierra or any other wonderful personal name you give them. Or maybe they are classed at the groomer as mixed breed, cross breed, heinz 57, good ol’ american, or Mutt. No matter what name or classification; your dog is still a cherished pooch full of tail waggin’ love. So celebrate your pup’s uniqueness today on National Mutt Day by giving them a tasty treat, a pat on the head, a good bath or a heartfelt hug.
Thousands of dogs end up in SPCA’s, rescue organizations and in new homes. Do you have one of the special souls? Are you wondering what their life was before they hit the lottery and came to live with you? If you would like to schedule a session or find out more about how Soul to Soul Communication can help you and your american mutt click here.
One day I met a dog named Red. He had just been adopted by new Pet Parent Fulvio, there was no real history, just that if the front door was open he would run away. Well after a little conversation with me and my Soul to Soul Communication; we were able to find out he had been running for a long time and he had been in multiple homes. He loved to run and the people he had been with “just didn’t understand”. So I had a list of questions I had to ask him. Questions like: Did you like any of your previous homes? Do you want one home? Do you worry about getting hit by a car? This was only the beginning. Red was a sweet gypsy soul and with his new Pet Parent he was able to go for long walks in the desert twice daily. This way he was able to explore new areas and enjoy being outside smelling the flowers, while his new pet parent stayed close and made sure he was no where near the busy streets. There was a wonderful bond formed on those long walks and Red lived to be a dog with a full dance card.