MAGGIE: the dog who changed my life

MAGGIE: the dog who changed my life
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Friday, February 27, 2009

More CO Pet Loss Resources Including Animal Communication

I posted local and national Pet Loss Resources quite awhile back on my blog. I'd like to add a few more that were brought to my attention as being very helpful in the Colorado Front Range.

Dr. Kathleen Cooney
Home to Heaven
3307 South College Ave.
Suite 110A #340
Fort Collins
CO
80525
E-mail: kathleen at hometoheaven dot net
Telephone: (970) 412-6212
Here is what a client of Dr. Cooney's had to say:
"Dr. Cooney came to our home to assist in our final goodbye. Family gathered around; we all said our special goodbyes and Woody actually did, too."

Some people are helped by talking with an animal communicator before and after their pet's death. I was after Maggie died, and wished I'd known about animal communication prior to her death. Here is one you can contact:
Debbie Stringfellow
Animal Communication

303-817-5000
www.debbiestringfellow.com
Debbie's client had this to say about Debbie:
"Debbie stayed in touch with both our pets during that last year and the evening that we said goodbye."

She also found Paula very helpful with animal communication:

Paula Vaughan
303-447-0250
www.paulavaughan.com

"Paula checked in later and let me know that Woody thought the timing was just right, and that our former dog, Timber, assisted in pulling these things together. Paula has a more diverse focus but very happily/willingly works with...departed animals. I've also worked with her to try to develop my communication abilities with animals."

I found great comfort when I spoke with Joan Ranquet, (www.joanranquet.com) an animal communicator, after I lost Maggie. I was amazed at how right on she was. I highly recommend a good animal communicator to help with your grief when you lose a special pet. It made me realize Maggie's spirit was still here and we were still connected. Joan was wonderful. What a comfort!

Dawn Kairns
Author of MAGGIE: the dog who changed my life
www.dawnkairns.com
www.maggiethedogwhochangedmylife.blogspot.com










4 comments :

retriever farm said...

Wanted t o let you know the little yorki is now at home and though we can't get him to eat dog food he is eating baby food well. I am happy he is able to be home with his family they love him so much.

Dawn Kairns said...

Thank you much for updating me on Mr. Yorkie. I'm so glad to hear the little Yorkie went home with his family. If I had to guess, he's hanging on until they can handle it, letting them get more ready to let go of him and get a little past the intense grief of their recent dog loss.

Author of MAGGIE: the dog who changed my life
http://www.dawnkairns.com
http://www.maggiethedogwhochangedmylife.blogspot.com

Pet Psychic said...

This sounds great!
I also think that there is no harm in talking with an animal communicator to help us with our pets.

Dawn Kairns, Author of MAGGIE: The Dog Who Changed My Life said...

I'm amazed that I just now was notified of your comment on March 3, so I apologize for not responding sooner.

An animal communicator not only helped after Maggie died, but I now tune in to my current pets more. Recognizing that our animals do communicate is a first step; doing a couple of workshops in animal communication helped me tune in, too.

Thanks for what you do for animals and their humans.

Dawn Kairns
www.dawnkairns.com