Will our past dog reincarnate into our new dog?

Dear Louis and Sonya,

We had to put our 13 yr. old black cocker spaniel, Madison, (Maddi) down in Aug.  She was my shadow, my best friend and I miss her dearly.  Did she cross over?

I was so depressed, my husband suggested that we get another dog. Madison’s groomer does rescue, and we now have a white Akita mix.  She (Isis) seems to be adjusting to people, and my daughter’s two dogs are helping immensely.  We know that she had been in a terrible hording situation.

She seems to be happy here.  But she doesn’t seem to like my husband.  She growls at him when he talks to her.  It’s a low growl-not aggressive. Will she adjust to him?  Will Madison reincarnate into her?

Thank you very much for your time.

-Diane

Dear Diane,

Maddi did cross over peacefully, and she’s talking to me right now.  What a gentle spirit she is! 

She would also like you to know that her energy already does enter into Isis’s body.  And as time goes on, you will see more and more of her personality in your new dog, Isis. 

When we pass from our worn out physical body, we are then in our energy light body and can move very freely between the physical and spiritual world.  Our energy is able to enter in to the physical form of another dog, and that’s what Madison is doing. 

Isis has her own personality.  She didn’t realize she could be this happy and wants to thank you for giving her such a wonderful home and life!  She tells me that she’s very good with people as well as other dogs.  She thinks that your husband is very kind to her and don’t worry too much about her little growl.  This is her way of responding to him.  I would suggest you get him to walk her – just the 2 of them together.  And feed her from time to time, so they have some special time together, one to one.

Madison and I are going off to play together in the beautiful green meadow with all our friends.  Soon, she’ll be visiting with all of you, her wonderful family.  She’s saying that dog’s life is the best life, when they’re with people with love them – and how they are both loved!  Both Madison and Isis are agreeing on this. 

Eventually, Madison will reside in Isis.  But this takes time, as she must get used to living in a physical body again. 

Love, love from Madison and me too!

Louis

Woof, woof!

Was it the right time to put my beloved Yorkie down?

Dear Louis and Sonya,

I just had to put my beloved Yorkie, Sadie, to sleep at 10 1/2 years of age. She was suffering from diabetes and cushing’s disease.  Making the decision was the hardest thing I had to do.  I didn’t want her to suffer, but I didn’t want to do it too soon either. It’s so hard with animals since they can’t tell you what they are feeling or when they are in pain.

I want to know if it was the right time? Was the journey home peaceful? Will I see you again?

You are missed so much! All my love precious angel!

-Dacri

Dear Dacri,

Your dear beloved Sadie, looks just like me, and what a beautiful soul she is!  Our souls are just falling in love. 

She is telling me that you helped her cross over, and the timing was absolutely right for her.  She was happy to leave her worn out body.

And she tells me she had the most beautiful mother – not only beautiful on the outside, but on the inside well.  And you made her life so happy.  She loved her soft, pink blanket that she laid on. 

Also, there was another dog that came in spirit that came to take her over to the other side.  She had a peaceful transition – meaning she went out of her body quite peacefully. 

She sends love and kisses to you.  And she wants you to know that now she can go anywhere she wishes with you…  In the car, to restaurants, and she even enjoys shopping with you. 

And yes, yes, you will see her again.  Your souls have been together many times in lifetimes before.  She understands how hard it is for you to learn how to live without her physical body, but remember she’s only a thought away.

Love and Kisses from her to you.

Also, love from me!

Louis

Woof, woof!

Am I responsible for my dog’s death?

Dear Louis and Sonya,

My Chinese Shar Pei, Peanut, recently passed away suddenly.  Peanut is on the right in the photo. At the time there was much uncertainty and negativity in the house (relationship problems with my husband and myself). I had smudged our house with sage with all the windows open. Soon after the smudging Peanut collapsed and died. I am feeling like I may have been responsible for his death. I wonder if he is fine and happy in spirit.

-Sarah

Dear Sarah,

Please know, you are definitely not the cause of Peanut’s death! 

When the time comes for our animals’ souls to leave the body, the time is right.  And your beautiful Peanut has passed over to the beautiful spiritual realm. 

He is with you all the time and knows how troubled you are about his passing.  He wants to reassure you that you had nothing to do with his physical body’s death.  The time was right for his soul to go back home to the spirit world.  He wants you to know he is constantly around you and with you.  And he sends you lots of love!

Love and Woof, Woof!

Louis

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