This past winter I was headed for my yearly trip to Wellington to work with horses, I had decided to include Ocala, Florida into my itinerary, it would be a three hour drive, but being a motor head I looked forward to the trip. I had lots of clients to see and friends to stay with. Continue reading
There would be no more crying or worrying around Jolie. They were to tell her that she was a good dog, so beautiful, and that she was going to have a great life. I reassured her that the shelter was going to help her and that she was going to find a great home, the perfect home. As I talked to her we could see the depression lifting. She sat up and was looking at her friends. Everyone was smiling and feeling her relief. I suggested that the shelter workers play with her and make her feel like a regular dog—no more worrying about her. She was such a sensitive dog that she was sponging their worries. By shifting the energy around Jolie, she found happiness.