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- 11/14/2020 at 10:42 am #81459Moderator BarbModerator
Please post your questions and re-post questions you previously posted for our next Gold & Platinum Member Live Monthly Ask Val Anything Call on Saturday, December 12 @ 8:30 am Pacific / 10:30 am Central / 11:30 am Eastern. (Q&A = Question and Answer)
!! TIME of CALL will be one hour later as Daylight Savings Time ends on November 1, 2020 !! To see how you will be impacted, check https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/ .
With all the great questions you’ve been submitting, we are increasing the length of the call to 2 hours to provide more time for Featured Animal Teacher live communication and feedback AND to answer more of your questions.
NOTE: The Live Q&A Monthly Coaching Call is an opportunity reserved for Gold & Platinum Members Only who are in good standing in the Club (membership dues are paid up). If you’re not a Gold or Platinum Member and want to participate, email [email protected] and ask to be upgraded now. Call information will be provided by email to active members.
If,instead of calling in from your phone, you are using VOIP on the conference line, please include your name as any unidentified callers will be dropped from these private calls. We do not recommend using Skype for these calls. If you have any trouble getting onto the conference call live, email [email protected] to ask for assistance.
Calling All Questions! If you’d like a chance to get a hot “love” seat in the next call to interact personally with me, then post your question here no later than 24 hours ahead of the class time to assure that they are included on the call. Questions are normally answered in the sequence in which they are posted, so it is best not to wait until the last minute. Be sure to post before the deadline of 12 noon Eastern on Friday, the day before our QA call.
Remember to let us know if there are specific topics on which you would like more teaching.
Prior to the Call, I’ll review the questions posted and will choose how to best answer them in the time we have. Some questions may be combined or adjusted, answers combined to be of great interest to the group. Typically questions are answered in the order in which they are received and we may not have time to answer all questions during the call. Come prepared with your questions as this is your time to get the answers you need to move forward in deepening your animal communication skills. If you have a deep, personal or urgent question, you may be better served by signing up for a personal session.
There will be a recording of the call available after the call within 48 hours. However, student interaction can be the catalyst that produces remarkable insights, and your participation is vitally important. Please plan to be on the live call.
Thank you for being a member of the Coaching Club and for sharing your love of animals with all of your fellow students. I’m looking forward to hearing what’s on your mind and discovering how I can best guide you on your journey!
- 11/15/2020 at 2:57 pm #81512Rosemary McKisackParticipant
Could you check in with Elsa? I’d love to know how she’s feeling after her operation. How is the pain in her legs? What can I do to help with it. She’s having hydro and physiotherapy. She sometimes barks a lot during the hydrotherapy and I’m wondering if it’s a way of dealing with pain. I’m not sure. She also cannot play with her ball anymore because the running and jumping isn’t good for her leg. I hope she’s managing that – but I don’t want to bring up the “ball” word in case it makes her feel sad.
- 11/20/2020 at 3:07 pm #81638Anya GoreParticipant
Would you be able to ask Zoe, my German Shorthaired Pointer if she feels we are providing her with the right mixture of veterinary care, natural remedies, and healing that she needs for her Leishmaniasis? Is there something particular she wants?
As I mentioned elsewhere, I do communicate with her as a natural part of our daily life, but my worry for her, and dread of missing something important for her, can get in my way.
Thank you so much,
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- 11/21/2020 at 3:42 am #81656Louise GriffinParticipant
Could you check in with Abby again please. After your last discussion with her some things have improved (she is no on pain meds), she is participating in activities much more and seems less confused but she also seems to be deliberately winding Mookie up even though Mookie is making an effort to be less grumpy, (Abby will walk under a chair, arching her little back so she can ‘carry’ the chair round the room), Mookie is very scared of things moving in her space so this racks up her nerves which are already frazzled. Abby is also walking under the chair where Mookie sits and shaking it which is very upsetting for Mookie so she barks at Abby then I tell Mookie not to be grumpy, tell Abby to cut it out and there is an atmosphere in the room from both dogs – MooKie is like – well she’s shaking my chair and Abby is like: Me? I’m not doing anything, just walking around.
If Mookie were a child she would be considered autistic, she has her chair where she likes to sleep, she has to eat her food on a little mat with no one/nothing moving around her, she does not like loud noises, loud voices, things moving, strange objects in the room, people or things moving around/near her, etc. We work regularly together and she is doing great but Abby really is getting on her last nerve at the moment.
One more question for Abby, who is mostly going through the night without accidents or going on the pee pads and almost no accidents in the day as we put her outside regularly; why is she peeing on the floor in the sitting room right in front of us all every evening?! (It’s not even a big pee like she has forgotten where the door is and can’t hold it any more…she just squats down does a tiny pee like 2 fluid oz). This is new behaviour. There is a new person in the house who does not particularly appreciate (see) dogs for who they are, so tension is high when there is pee on the floor. We are all in lockdown here so the situation is what it is and everyone (including the girls) are making an effort to get along, if Abby could join in that effort I would appreciate it.
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