Dog Behaviorist

I don’t really consider myself a dog behaviorist, but a lot of times, doing a reading ends up being just that.   I find that in most cases, the dog is misbehaving because the owner hasn’t set up enough rules regarding how they should act and what is expected of the dog from the owner.  On the other hand, my job as an animal communicator often ends up by me performing a massage on the dog.  When we ask these guys to perform, whether it be herding, agility or conformation, I find that it’s a lot like we are.  They hold their tension in their body and/or they turn the wrong way and then the result is that they don’t want to be touched or they don’t listen to their handler when performing.  Once the body aches and pains are handled, there isn’t a need for an animal communicator like me.  Very important data to remember.