Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Trusting more


The shy ones are trusting more.

The one on the left is Charley, a small poodle and a permanent  resident of the house.
He helps little "Marie" understand that it's ok to be yourself and not be afraid.
It's so helpful to have another dog that is balanced when you're teaching a shy dog to become a pet.



expanding on the idea.



7 comments:

  1. "Universal Cat" or: "Cat in contact with world and universe"!

    Wild drawing, strong feelings, encouragement and engagement!

    A question to my valuable dog- and animal-therapist: how many dogs are now and today in your house to learn to trust and to forget fear and to feel love and joy?

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    1. I now have three of my own dogs, and two to learn trust. My goal is that a wonderful and caring person will take both of them and give them a loving home.

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  2. Those doggie faces just pulled at my heart - an animal-love deprived heart, for sure. I have plenty of love from the mice wandering in (too abundantly these days) and from the chipmunks and birds, etc, but still feeling the pull between wishing for a cat companion and not being ready.

    I DO so hope the sweet dogs in therapy at your home find a good family someday. Many, many blessings on them and you!

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    1. Thank you Valerianna, I hope so too. XO

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  3. Oh, Ramona - these earnest faces touch my heart this morning! Thinking of you and your animal companions with love, sus

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  4. What a lovely post, dear Ramona - it´s so true what you say! And thank you soooooo much for your comment, it touched my heart! Have a wonderful day,

    with love and hugs, Jade & Sheila

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