I have always tried to have an open mind when it comes to both conventional and non-conventional ideas in both mine and my pet’s lives. I have to admit, however, that the idea of someone conversing with my dogs made me wonder; guess I felt it was more for entertainment.
I had known Liz Morrison for quite a while before I even knew that she was an animal communicator. I already knew her to be an honest, caring, intelligent person, I had seen her with her dear Charlotte and many other dogs, so when I discovered this other talent of hers it just seemed to make sense; of course Liz could communicate with animals.
Liz has talked to one of my dogs, my sweet, shy 7 year old Newfie named Love. I had gotten Love as few years ago hoping to use her for therapy work, but she was just too shy to do it, and I think my anxiety and disappointment traveled, as they say, right down the leash!
Although Liz and I were great friends by this time, she did not know too much about Love, only Sacajawea, my other Newfie who does do therapy work. After Liz did communicate with Love I was shocked at how much she knew about her that she could not have possibly known before.
I would like to say that Liz spoke with Love and now she is a therapy dog, but just the opposite. Liz told me that Love did not want that, that she was so afraid that I would make her do it, she did not want to do what Sacajawea does, that she loved me very much, and was so sad that she was disappointing me!
I don’t know if Love understood me or not, but I told her that she did not need to do therapy work, that she was going to just be my pet. I cannot believe how much Love has relaxed, which has made her so much less shy. If fact, she probably could do therapy work now, but as I promised her, she will be just my wonderful pet!