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03/01/2018 at 5:31 pm #45594Val HeartCoach
I’ve been considering what to teach in the Live Q&A Call this month. There are SO many great choices and important topics to choose from!!
I reviewed all the great questions posted so far and many of you have expressed interested in learning more about spaying and neutering animals.
Every animal talk student encounters the question of spaying, neutering (and castrating) at some point.
There are valid health concerns to be considered, as well as how to prepare them properly for the surgery.
Then of course, post surgery healing is also important. Some animals suffer greatly and need your help healing.
Others recover quickly when they have the best support and you know how to help them properly.
Whether you are preparing your pet to have the procedure done, or, you are communicating with them about their experience and post surgery trauma, you won’t want to miss this important Call.
You’ll definitely want these techniques and strategies in your Animal Talk Mastery Toolkit especially if you have any thoughts about going pro yourself!
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Put this on your schedule now.
The next Live Q&A Call is Saturday, March 10th, 8:30 am Pacific /10:30 am Central / 11:30 am Eastern.
Do you have questions? Post them BEFORE Friday March 9th in the discussion titled Gold members submit questions for Live Q&A Call Saturday March 10th
Live student interaction can be the catalyst that produces remarkable insights. Your participation is vitally important. Please plan to be on the live call if at all possible. If you can’t attend live, then be sure to submit a question in the Forum and I’ll do my best to answer it in class. Then you can listen and learn later.
If you are a Silver member and want to upgrade to Gold, email [email protected] and tell Jade. She’ll get you all fixed up! Do it before Friday March 9th so she has time to take care of you.
Val, Your Animal Talk Coach, Cheerleader and Guide
03/01/2018 at 8:35 pm #45599Patty MillerPlatinum Member
Great topic, Val. Of course, they always are. I always learn lotsa stuff on the calls! You’re such a wealth of information! I wasn’t aware there is a difference between neutering and castrating, so if you could elaborate on that, that would top my learning list of the day! 🙂
Hugs to you,
03/02/2018 at 5:56 am #45613Cheryl D CuttineauInactive Member
What a loaded topic (excuse the pun)!
In a perfect world there would be no need for spay and neuter, and every cat and dog would have a home.
I have heard other animal communicators say the animals feel violated and the procedure interferes with their body on many different levels.
According to Best Friends in Los Angeles, for every 300 puppies euthanized, 3600 kittens are euthanized due to overcrowding at local shelters. As hard as organizations work to adopt animals out, keeping up with the amount of kittens born is a losing battle.
There is research being done on ways to prevent pregnancy in cats and dogs without surgery, but until there is a way to do that, as stewards we need to do what it takes to stop the killing of innocent young animals, IMHO.
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