Pets & Wellness
During our April 4th interview with Dr. Liz we focused on what is going on with recent pet food recalls and what we need to know to feed our pet friends so that they stay well and healthy. You may listen to that show HERE.
During that show we had time to look at the recent pet food recalls and just what is in pet food. This show we continue to discuss what is in the food we’re feeding out pets and is it good for them and safe? What should we be feeding our pets?
With pet food recalls so common, what’s “safe” to feed Fido and Felix?
It’s time to spend some quality time with our animal communicator and healer friend, Dr. Liz Severino. In previous programs we focused on communication with our pet friends. And since they are in our care, we need to feed our pet friends so that they stay well and healthy.
But with serious pet food recalls becoming so common, how do we know that what we’re feeding out pets is good for them and safe? Based on Dr. Liz’s intuitive and biofeedback healing work with with animals, we’ll be talking about:
• How she tuned into this issue via her Cocker Spaniel dog friend, Tanaka.
• The first major pet food scandal in 2007 and what’s changed since then.
• How is it that SO MANY pet foods are being contaminated with salmonella, and what can pet owners do about it?
• What is “aflatoxin” and how does that happen.
* How concerned should pet owners truly be? Is “reading labels” enough? And what can pet owners do to keep their pet friends from getting sick from commercial pet food?
Pets and their owners have healthier connections when their relationship "contracts" are in order!
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Our guest is author and animal communicator, Dr. Elizabeth Severino. Dr. Liz’s degree is in Divinity which is perfect for connecting to the divine for the animal communication, spirituality, and energy work she performs for her clients. While Dr. Liz consults with people from around the globe on matters of health, spirituality, life goals, and challenges, what gives her the most satisfaction is her work with animals.
When Dr. Liz was last with us we talked about ways to improve our communication with our animal friends. Often it is US that don’t “GET” what our animal friends are trying to tell us. We covered that like humans, some animals are highly intelligent, and others not so.
We talked about a horse that didn’t want to stud any more because he didn’t like being bitten, but would agree to “go back to work” for apples. Everything was fine, until the owner forgot the apples and the horse said, “I didn’t get my apple.” Dr. Liz shared a story about a client with a parakeet that loved to count numbers and could speak hundreds of words and use them in coherent sentences! We also talked about how animals grieve and what we can do to help them.
Sounds from Close Encounters with Bigfoot? You Decide. New Bigfoot DNA Research. What does it mean?
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Independent Bigfoot researcher and certified nutritionist, Eric Spinner is our guest. Eric was on the program recently and you can hear that Bigfoot topic interview HERE.
Eric shares with our audience a bit of Bigfoot history through the centuries and he discussses his adventures over the years when he has teamed up with other Bigfoot researchers in several field expeditions.
The woods and the forests can be a strange place if you aren’t familiar with the sounds of Nature. But, if you spend enough time away from the sounds of civilization, it’s not too hard to identify the noises the critters make. But then, there are other sounds. Grunts, groans, growls, claps, knocks, and sometimes even SCREAMS.
Not all strange sounds are Bigfoot, obviously.
Dr. Liz talks about her protocols of caring for animals and listening for their needs
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While Dr. Liz consults with people from around the globe on matters of health, spirituality, life goals, and challenges, what gives her the most satisfaction is her work with animals. Having grown up with lots of different kinds of animals – dogs, cars, cows, pigs, chickens, goats, fish, etc, she thought that everyone “communicated” with animals the way that she did.
Little did she know that this is not the case. In fact, most people aren’t even aware of the complex inner lives of animals. They have feelings, memories, likes, dislikes, and even opinions.
Animals form bonds with other animals, as well as their human care givers, and some do indeed suffer grief, Dr. Liz and I talked about what to do when our pet friends lose one of their loved ones. Listen in for more amazing pet stories.