Category Archives: Dogs

Brutus helps with his passing

When our pets pass away, they often know exactly what it is we need to hear to reach a sense of peace and comfort about their passing. Rebecca contacted me to help with the passing of her good friend, Brutus. … Continue reading

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Coco has a Good Idea

Simone, my favorite milliner, has a dog named Coco. Coco was her mother’s dog, and Simone inherited her when her mother moved to live in a nursing home. Coco likes Simone. Simone likes Coco. Coco had a challenging time adjusting … Continue reading

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Animals Talk to us in 9 different ways

Yep. 9. Talking with animals is a multi-media experience. Here’s the 9 ways you could get information from your animal friend: 1. Seeing pictures or little movie clips in your head. 2. Feeling their emotions 3. Feeling a physical sensation … Continue reading

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Believing that you can talk to animals is the biggest hurdle

Really. Believing is the hardest part.  The actual talking? That’s easy. We are neurologically programmed so that if we don’t believe we can do it, we can’t do it. Last month, I tore a ligament in my knee. And it … Continue reading

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Kind words from Simrat

Simrat Khalsa took my class several years ago. Here, she shares her experience: I took Bridget’s in person weekend workshop. I was a bit skeptical, but went with an open mind. What I found was a very down to earth, … Continue reading

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Call for Submissions: The Pets are Talking Book

Hey! After years of conversations with hundreds of pets, it’s time to write a book that honors those relationships. There’s lots of books about intuitive animal communication. Let’s write a book about our relationships with our pets. I want to … Continue reading

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The emotional, the empathic and the needy: separation anxiety

On Sunday, I visited my client, Fletcher.  Fletcher is a German Shepherd mix. He’s big and beautiful. I sat down on the floor next to him, and scratched his belly, and at first he was all right with that. But … Continue reading

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Pets are Talking Students Speak about their Experience!

It can be hard to wrap your head around the idea that you, too can talk with animals. Every student of mine faces this conundrum. I thought it’d be good to hear from a few of my students and their … Continue reading

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My chickens are too cool for me.

I had an interview with a local magazine last week. We were talking about animals and intelligence. The reporter asked me which animals were smarter, cats or dogs. I flustered around for a bit. What a loaded question! There’s a … Continue reading

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Unschooling your dog

I just had a talk with Petey, a four-month-old puppy whose parents are trying very hard to raise up right. Petey is going to puppy kindergarten, but it’s not working as well as they’d thought it would. Poor guy doesn’t … Continue reading

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