Here's something I learned the hard way… when you move, tell your animals what is happening. If you know what your future space will look like, send them pictures of it with your mind.
Back when I moved with my highly anxious dog, her name was Red, I did none of these things. Big mistake. I made an anxious dog even more anxious because we moved from space where she felt relatively safe, to a space she did not know.
To make matters worse, I also disposed of her favorite couch. So now, not only was she triggered because she didn't know this new space, but her favorite thing was missing. When I asked an animal communicator to connect with her (this was before I was an animal communicator myself) Red told her that she felt disrespected and ignored because I had not taken her wishes into consideration; in fact she was very depressed and upset by the whole situation.
Mea Culpa. I should have known to inform her of what was happening, particularly because she was so anxious.
The Animal Communicator helped me work with Red to repair the broken trust between us. Honestly just having someone listen to her grievances went along way to healing the relationship; that and some EFT healed her depression over the move and made her a bit more comfortable in her new home.
I am so grateful that someone was available to help me repair this relatioship.
Hi. My name is Ann Lally and I'm a 25 year practicing intuitive. I help people deepen their relationships with their animals.