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Dogs are Spiritual Beings

By:Wendy Stokes
Date: Thu,04 Nov 2010
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Dogs Are Spiritual Beings by Wendy Stokes

Dogs have incredible psychic abilities and have been known, when lost, to find their way home across hundreds of miles. They can sense when their owner is sad or unwell and are extra affectionate at these times. Many dogs can be trained to be eyes and ears for their owners and dogs have a recently discovered ability to detect if their owner is going to have an epileptic fit in the vital minutes before it happens. They have been used in times of war as messengers, being decorated for their bravery. They assist police officers, apprehending criminals and detecting incendiary devices and drugs.

Medically, they are being investigated for their ability to sense the early stages of cancer. They are also excellent companions. Walking a dog is an ideal way to keep fit and people in the street often stop to talk to someone with a dog. Dogs have been bred for 10,000 years to be a helper, to guarde and to be “man’s best friend”. They come in a variety of personalities, sizes and shapes and there is a dog to suit everyone’s requirements.

However, dogs have many needs, the greatest of which is a responsible owner who truly cares for them. They live for up to 15 years, they have daily requirements for attention and are a considerable expense. Because so many dogs are bred, there are too many and, due to the recession, the rescue centres are full to overflowing. You need to buy it from a reputable source. No puppy should be taken from its mother before 8 weeks or it will have behavioural problems. Puppies need to be handled caringly whilst still very young or they will not be comfortable with humans. If you buy from a breeder, always see the conditions the mother has lived in, as the mother will teach her offspring many important lessons during those early weeks of life, including preliminary toilet training. Avoid getting a dog from a pet shop or a puppy mill. Selective breeding can cause hidden genetic defects - mongrels are thought to be the healthiest and happiest of dogs.

Do consider RSPCA pet insurance because it is excellent value. Medical expenses involve regular health checks. Innoculations against distemper, canine hepatitis, leptospirosis, canine parvovirus and kennel cough are required and regular de-worming. Nails do not need clipping if you walk your dog sufficiently on pavements. Neutering is optional but calms the animal and prevents unwanted attention from other dogs.

Always walk your dog on your left. 'Socialising a dog' means that it ignores other dogs; if it stops and smells a rear end, it is not 'socialised'! In all public places, every dog will, by law, needs a collar with an identity tag or a fine of up to £5,000 can be incurred. Many dogs the

se days are microchipped with a small permanent ID device inserted into their neck. If your dog is lost or stolen, this internal device will provide security for your pet.

Many young people especially do not think ahead and get a dog without understanding the responsibilities involved in caring for its every need. If your dog acts in a threatening way to anyone, by growling, snarling, chasing or jumping up, it could be considered that your dog is not under control and you could be fined. It is an offence for a dog to be unleashed in a public place. It could see a cat or could bolt across a road and cause a serious accident.

Dogs that bark constantly can be a nuisance to neighbours and legal action can be taken. It is illegal to allow the dog to foul the streets as dog faeces is full of germs and can contain toxocara which can cause human blindness. Fouling in a public place can incur a £50 fixed penalty notice or up to £1,000 fine. Many children’s play areas are dog free zones and also can incur high fines for those who ignore prohibition signs.

No dog should be left alone for more than 4 hours because they are pack animals and love human company and are unhappy alone for long periods. They need regular care through exercise, water, nutritious food, company, grooming and medical care. There are many rescue centres around the UK that care for unwanted animals of all kinds.

Most trained dogs can recognise and obey two dozen commands. It is a joy to take your dog to classes and this activity increases the bond and respect between pet and owner.

If you are considering a dog, please visit a rescue centre as a first call. Due to the recession, there are many abandoned dogs in shelters at this increasingly cold and dark entry to wintertime.

Many sanctuaries will recommend a suitable dog which has been assessed for friendliness to children, other dogs and cats. Many reputable rescue centres, such as the RSPCA, carry out intensive health checks, de-flea, de-worm, microchip, neuter, innoculate, provide dental work, train, provide a collar and lead and one week’s supply of food. They also carry out home checks to see that fires are guarded, gardens are fenced and that the animal will make a suitable pet for the owner. There is also an after care service.
Adopting a dog from a rescue centre may save its life.

To book an appointment to choose your new pet from a selection, telephone RSPCA Hillside Kennels, Galley Hill, Waltham Abbey on 01992 892881
This rehoming service is under threat of closure and you can help us to keep it open by joining our Facebook site: Supporters of Hillside Kennels, Essex and by passing this information along to those on your contact list.
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Tamasin McGregor said:

Hello Emma, I am sorry for your loss, you may be able to find a medium in your area who can visit . I agree with Wendy, the dog will be just as bereaved and feeling a sense of loss. Wishing you peace at this difficult time.
Tamasin
Wed,10 Nov 2010,09:06:38 GMT

Wendy Stokes said:

I am sorry to hear the cause of your father in law's death is unknown at the moment. They will keep testing until they find out what happened so don't worry. I am so pleased you have kept his dog with you. As his trusted and loving companion, the dog is bereaved too and your love will provide much needed support. Best regards to you and your partner, Emma
Wed,10 Nov 2010,00:46:48 GMT

emma larner said:

hello, thanks you for resopnding to my post. They are running test to see why my fathering-law passed away. but as yet there had been no out come to it, which is a worry. So this is why was wondering if we are able to find out any more through his dog, who we are keeping with us. Thank you again. Emma
Tue,09 Nov 2010,19:44:49 GMT

Wendy Stokes said:

Dear Emma, I am sorry to hear of this death, a deep sadness for your partner shared by yourself and his family. I am surprised the inquest has not been able to record a reason for this death. It sounds very odd if there is a space on the death certificate that has been left blank. However, I would suggest that the dog, however knowledgeable because he was there at the time, is quite traumatised and just needs quiet healing, exercise, good quality food and lots of love to get over his loss. He is bereaved also. I think you should make an appointment with your father in law's GP and ask him to explain the reason for his patient's death. By law in the UK, the cause of death must be properly investigated and recorded.
Tue,09 Nov 2010,09:00:25 GMT

Emma Larner said:

hello, this is a very good and true artical. We have recently just lost my parnters dad, and they still dont know what he passed away from which is a worry. But the dog was in the house when he passed away. We are sure the dog must of see everything i.e what happened to him. Do you think through an anmial communicater he/she would be able to see through our dog what happened to him. If there is anyone in our area(cambs) please could we have some details. Many thanks, Emma. please contact on [email protected]
Mon,08 Nov 2010,20:07:38 GMT

Wendy Stokes said:

Thank you for your responses. It is a sad indictment on our society that so many dogs are illtreated, unwanted and homeless. I hold breeders responsible because they do not check and often sell puppies to irresponsible people who will never take it to a vet in its entire lifetime. Many pedigree dogs endure horrendous suffering due to intended genetic inbreeding that causes all kinds of deformities. These people might have plenty of money, but no conscience. If you know anyone who would like to give a dog a caring home, please suggest they contact the RSPCA, Dogs Trust or Blue Cross.
Sat,06 Nov 2010,15:12:59 GMT

Nua said:

Thank you, I really enjoyed your article. Xx
Sat,06 Nov 2010,07:00:00 GMT

Tamasin McGregor said:

what a beautifully written article, thank you. I do believe that all animals are spiritual beings, as a novice animal communicator I have been 'impressed' with communications from pets which have emotions just like humans. :)
Thu,04 Nov 2010,19:10:08 GMT
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