In my work as an Animal Communicator, I often work with animals that suffer from separation upset. The feelings and behaviours associated with being separated are so wide and varied that each time I have tuned into the animals and the flower essences, the number contained in the INDEPENDENCE BLEND has grown to 44. Of […]
Difficult Animal Behaviour Patterns
Does your companion animal display difficult, disruptive or even dangerous behaviour patterns? These articles by Kerrie Searle, Animal Communicator, can help.
Difficult behaviours can really sabotage the relationships that we build with our animal companions. After all, if we don’t have peaceful animals then we don’t have a peaceful household! Additionally, when you love your animals, the last thing you want is for them to be unhappy. That’s where Kerrie comes in.
Difficult behaviours that Kerrie can help you with include: excessive vocalisation; excessive aggression; biting themselves or other animals; aggression towards other animals or people; depression; excessive licking; feather pecking; feather plucking; stress; anxiety; tail biting; tail chasing; and more.