Our dog Denali has been having emotional problems ever since she arrived here with her mother, Bella. Bella was seriously damaged during her pregnancy with Denali. Upon arrival (she and her pup where dumped at our driveway) the vet was not sure that Bella would survive. Denali was lacking in proper vitamins and nutrition (she was only able to get the limited value of Bella’s milk) and now suffers from some brain damage.
We did all we knew how with the aid of our vet but we both knew there were more things that we were not aware of.
A long time friend, Frances Greenspan, is a channel, animal groomer, animal communicator (telepathy) and animal welfare activist. We had a telephone consultation with Frances about Denali. The information that she was able to share with us is wonderful and her ability to talk with Denali had obvious results.
In this new era people are becoming more aware of how valuable animal communicators are to everyone. People are realizing that communication must move beyond just communication between human beings. Communication with all life is available to all of us.
The next day they were examined by a vet. Jerry is in good health. He has a few intestinal worms and an underbite – which we feel is why he was abandoned.Tom is malnourished, has a few intestinal worms and has a serious case of heart worm. Tom needs to put on some weight and become healthier before starting the heart worm treatment. Because of Tom’s health, we believe that he has been on his own in the jungle for quite some time.
The vet indicated that both dogs are about 1 year old. They are still puppies with lots of puppy energy. It is sad to find such young dogs being left to fend for themselves in the wilds of a jungle.
Currently we have isolated both Tom and Jerry from the rest of the pack. We are letting them get used to each other at this time. We can integrate Jerry as soon as possible into the pack, but we must wait until Tom completes the Heartworm treatment and then recovers from being neutered. So it is a long road ahead (about 9 months) before Tom can be integrated into the pack.
Joey and Papi are great pals. Here they are taking a break together from all of their play time. Actually I think they are recharging for the next outbreak of play time.