You know your dog is not "just a dog." Your horse is not a pasture ornament. And your cat has a personality all their own. But do you know why they each behave a certain way?
Animals have feelings and needs and express them in various ways. Sometimes they're playful and rambunctious, sometimes disobedient or destructive, sometimes loving and loyal. They definitely have a mind of their own.
Often an animal's behavior is a reflection of what is going on (or not going on) in their environment. That's why we stress the importance of learning to understand your pet - their expressions, behaviors, and misbehaviors, among other things.
That awareness is key in helping you shape your companion animal's behavior to benefit both of you. Animal Communication helps open whole new doors of understanding, whether through individual sessions or opening up the natural abilities within yourself - a life-changing skill Marilyn helps people awaken. When we fully comprehend why animals do what they do we can more easily encourage them to modify their behavior through training or make their lives more comfortable by making simple changes to their environment.
"Properly trained, a man can be a dog's best friend."
~ Corey Ford