What Do Deceased Pets Think About Their Death?

What Do Deceased Pets Think About Their Death?

Pet Loss. The second most common reason people contact me for animal communication is death. Either a pet is approaching their death window or they have just passed through it. 

When my animal communication partner Nina and I embarked on our past pets project, we had the opportunity to communicate with lots and lots of deceased pets. What we learned from this overall is that animals have a very different view of death than humans do.

Check out this week’s video to learn more about how animals view death and hear about some of my own very personal experiences with pet death:

Death is a delicate subject in the human world. Things usually seem quite different from a pet’s eyes. Learning more about my own pets’ deaths has been extremely eye opening for me, and it has been for many of the pet owners I’ve worked with on this topic. Ready to learn more about animal communication and schedule your session? Click here to jump to the animal communication page.

About Tracy

Tracy Pierce is an Animal Communicator based in Colorado. She is inspired to connect humans with the deeper wisdom of their animal friends through one-on-one Animal Communication sessions and larger in-person Animal Communication workshops.

Although she loves connecting with animals in person, most of her sessions are conducted virtually with clients around the world thanks to the magic of the internet.

Read More About Animal Communication

Connect With Animals: Foundation Essentials is an introductory level, self-paced course for animal lovers who are ready to connect more deeply with their animal friends, so you no longer have to rely solely on the advise and opinions of vets and trainers.

When you learn the basic process of communicating with animals, you can start to take your relationships with animals to deeper levels and bring more joy, peace, harmony and understanding into your home.

One Method To Move Through Grief After the Loss of a Pet

One Method To Move Through Grief After the Loss of a Pet

Clutter can often be related to unprocessed grief. Grief isn’t only when a person dies though, it can happen whenever we sustain a loss in our lives.

Our pets can be such a special part of our lives. Have you ever lost an animal companion?

Throughout my life I have had special relationships with animals. This week I talk about one of the books that has helped me move through grief after the loss of my animal friends.

Get your copy of The Grief Recovery Handbook for Pet Loss here: http://amzn.to/2DcWF9q

 

About Tracy

Tracy Pierce is an Animal Communicator based in Colorado. She is inspired to connect humans with the deeper wisdom of their animal friends through one-on-one Animal Communication sessions and larger in-person Animal Communication workshops.

Although she loves connecting with animals in person, most of her sessions are conducted virtually with clients around the world thanks to the magic of the internet.

Read More About Animal Communication

Connect With Animals: Foundation Essentials is an introductory level, self-paced course for animal lovers who are ready to connect more deeply with their animal friends, so you no longer have to rely solely on the advise and opinions of vets and trainers.

When you learn the basic process of communicating with animals, you can start to take your relationships with animals to deeper levels and bring more joy, peace, harmony and understanding into your home.

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