Have You Communicated with Animals?

In the course of working with animals, it becomes a natural outgrowth of daily activities.  This is particularly true since one becomes used to the body language of animals.  However, some animal body language like human non-verbal behaviors can be interpreted many ways.  For example, hair rising on the back of a dog can be aggression or excitement.  As with all creatures, Shakespeare and Cicero were correct.  The “eyes are the windows of the soul.”

2 Responses to “Have You Communicated with Animals?”

  1. admin says:

    This blog also includes material on behavior, dietary considerations and general questions regarding the life we have with our animal companions.

  2. Doglover says:

    It’s about time that the scientific community get past the prejudice of saying everyone who communicates with nature is insane, or a new age swami-rama-ding-a-ling or into ‘the dark arts’. It is turning out the fey sort of people are correct after all and the animals are more intelligent than we supposed.

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