Can you feel it, too? It’s the Great Transformation!
We’re evolving rapidly now.
Perhaps you’ve noticed that you are doing things differently?

As we surf into the uncertainty of 2022,
I encourage you to hold two simple words in your heart:

My readings are unique.
They are a heart-centric, gentle, positive conversation between us and Spirit. Energy & information flow two ways as we meet. In the process, I encourage your natural intuition to blossom. Each session lasts an hour. One person per session, one session per day.

I don’t know a trainer who isn’t restless around puppy season — For me, that includes kitten season, too.
That what’s-cuter-than-kittens? time of year is upon us again. Are you expecting the pitter-patter of four tiny furry paws in your home?  You’re in for a simultaneously adorable, confounding, & sleep deprived rest-of-the-year. So I would be remiss if I didn’t temporarily don my critter-coach cap out of sheer compassion for you: I just wrote the instruction manuals you’ll need for your new family member.

Most of you are cat trainers and don’t realize it.
Does Fluffy come running when you use a can opener?
Does Maxi use his litter box or his scratching post?
Congratulations – you’ve succeeded in teaching your cat a behavior!

Are you thinking about adopting a kitten?
Before you do, consider welcoming an older kitty into your home.
Your local shelter has lots of wonderful cats available for adoption, many of which are adult cats with much to offer you and your family.

Before you bring Kitty home, you need to do some “redecorating”.
Your cat will need a safe indoor haven (usually a room with a door that can be closed), complete with all the comforts & necessities of a cat’s home.
Take this shopping list with you

Congrats on your new feline family member!
Help Kitty adjust to her new surroundings so she feels secure in her new territory and learns your house rules.
Follow these guidelines to make her transition smoother:

To successfully house train your puppy, keep these important rules in mind:

  • Regulate food and water intake.
  • Repetition & consistency help Pup learn faster.
  • Praise makes learning fun & faster.
  • Confinement & supervision prevent indoor accidents.
  • Patience is a virtue.

The Basics, chew toys (and what to avoid) — plus suggested readings

  • Crates: for larger dogs, get one (plastic or nylon) to fit Puppy now for the car. Get a second crate (wire, with 2 doors & a divider panel) for the house. Make it large enough to be comfy for your puppy to lay down, stretch out, stand up & turn around in — as an adult. Use the divider panel to adjust the crate size as Pup grows. Grant Pup more space in her crate as she matures & learns not to soil it.
  • Separate food & water bowls: Stainless steel or heavy glass bowls are healthier than plastic or glazed ceramic ones.
    Food & treats: Get a high quality diet from your vet, breeder, feed store or online. Ask your trainer for healthy treat recommendations. Avoid brands sold in grocery & drug stores.