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missing dog - does anyone know a reliable pet psychic?

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  • missing dog - does anyone know a reliable pet psychic?

    I know reliable pet psychic sounds like an oxymoron, but I'm desperate. My 12 year old mostly deaf mini poodle ran off today, and was spotted by someone a few hours later about half a mile from our home. This dog is my constant companion, she's like glue. We live near a several thousand acre Wildlife Management Area. The odds of her cominh back are not good, and desperate people do desperate things. Do any of you know of a pet psychic you could recommend who might get my dog to come home? Please PM me. It's warm tonight but is supposed to turn colder by tomorrow. I don't think she can survive outside for more than a couple of days, and I'm sure she's lost.

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    I have absolutely NO experience with the person at all, but someone once gave me this woman's name:


    You must be worried sick! I hope you find your little one!
    She wasn't running away with me, I just couldn't stop her!


    • #3
      No help on psychics, sorry! But you might want to hit up the NJ-Horse forum as well, I know some of the folks are in your area and they might be able to keep an eye out for her.

      Jingling for you... Hope she returns safe and sound soon!
      Member of the Standardbreds with Saddles Clique!
      They're not just for racing!


      • #4
        Georgina Cyr is out of Canada, maybe AZ now? and reads their energies very well! I highly recommend her. Google her name and you will find a link to her site. In her communications, I try to leave as much out that isn't pertinent to the situation and she inevitably picks up on the problem. Amazing talent this woman has.


        • #5
          No suggestions- but, OH NO. Come back quickly pup!


          • #6
            Linda Thomas, www.Ispeakanimal.com
            good luck


            • #7
              No psychic advice, but if you haven't already, do call every vet and shelter and breed rescue (and rescues of similar breeds as they might have gotten calls from someone) and police department. Get *tons* (hundreds) of flyers up, visit the shelters and look for yourself, etc.

              Some good info here: http://www.wikihow.com/Find-a-Lost-Dog

              Good luck, and jingling like mad that she comes home safe and sound.


              • Original Poster

                Thanks for the advice and PMs. Amber Poodle is back home, after being found FIVE MILES away. Other than burrs and ticks, she's none the worse for wear. She even kept her bandanna on - oh, these little French dogs! She was found by an old friend of mine whom I hadn't seen in nine years. The last time I saw her she was pregnant and her daughter is now nine. She's also a horsewoman, so we hope to ride together soon. This little dog has stuck to me like glue all these years - in my house, I never go to the bathroom alone. She is an escape artist, but hadn't gotten out in a long time and even when she did she never went anywhere. I hope she has gotten all the adventure out of her system.


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                  Oh, what a happy ending! Hurrah!
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                  • #10
                    so glad she's back home!


                    • #11
                      Yippee! I really needed a happy ending tonight!


                      • #12
                        Yay!! I've been checking for updates


                        • #13
                          Any other recommendations

                          So glad the OP found her puppy! What a relief, and so glad to have a happy ending.

                          But, I'd be interested in learning of any additional animal communicators. Either they're hype or they're helpful; regardless, it would be fun and interesting to have one attempt to communicate with my horse. Georgina Cyr seems very expensive ($125 for an hour, and frankly I don't think I need an hour). Anyone have any other names they'd be comfortable sharing?


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                            So glad to hear the little vagrant made it home! I think I'd keep the little miss on a leash from now on!
                            She wasn't running away with me, I just couldn't stop her!


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                              Glad to hear she's home! As this isn't really horse- or farm-related, we're going to close the thread.

                              For those who are interested in more info on animal communicator services for horses, check out these threads: http://www.chronicleforums.com/Forum...archid=6459102

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