Does our dog, Moses, still come to see us?

Hello Louis and Sonya,

This is my Moses, and I know we shared an unconditional love. He was very ill with terminal cancer, and after agonizing for weeks, he was put to sleep in our home by the vet. The whole family is grieving, and I need to know if he is alright and does he still come to see us?  I want you to tell him that I will always love him and will never forget him. Does he miss me as much as I miss him?  Will my heart ever heal, and will I ever love another dog the way I love him?

~Diane

Dear Diane,

Your beautiful Moses is chatting with me right now…  how spoiled he was…  how he had the most wonderful family who loved him dearly…  and how he loves you all too!  He’s saying that his mom would always kiss him on the head, and that he’s her baby boy and always will be. 

He tells me that one special member of his family was very particular about the shoes he wears, and that there was another member that was always changing her hair. 

He wants you to know he still sits on the sofa and sleeps on the bed.  He is also saying, how can I miss them?  I’m around them all the time!  He’s right there in your home where he’s always been.

 And let me tell you Ms. Diane, you WILL love another dog AND just as much!  Just in a different way.  At the moment, you’re all having to learn to live with him without his physical body.  This is very hard and it takes time.  One day, you’ll feel ready to bring another dog into you life, and he tells me the dog will look just like like him!   So handsome…

Moses is now out of pain and can move very freely in his light body.  He tells me you’ve kept all all of his precious things.

He sends love, love, love to all of his precious family…  and especially you, mom.

Love and licks from Moses, he says…

And Much Love from me and Woof, Woof!

Louis

How can we help our dog, Frankie, feel safe in the yard?

Dear Louis and Sonya,

A couple months ago, I was playing the the yard with our dog, Frankie.  I was  throwing a ball, pulled my arm back, and accidentally whacked our poor dog in the face. Frankie was really scared of me for a couple days, but then we made up.

THEN!  A couple weeks later, I was throwing the “purple toy” for Frankie in the yard. and I hit poor Frankie in the face again, this time with the toy.

We are on good terms indoors, but Frankie is still not into playing in the yard like he used to be. Anything I can do to reassure the dog those were accidents and he’s safe in the yard?

Sincerely,

Colin

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Dearest Colin,

Frankie wants me to tell you that you were more upset than he was when you knocked him in the face! 

And my advice to you is take him out to the yard, give him some special chicken, and let him come out to you.  Feed him by hand.  Play with the squeakers, and he’ll be able to associate the yard with very happy times once again. 

His message for his beloved dad and mom is that you make him feel happy all the time, and he’s the happiest dog in the world.

Love to you,

Woof ,Woof!

Lou

Why did our dog, Elsie, run away?

Dear Louis and Sonya,

I have a question about our dog Elsie who passed on last year.

She was a rescue, and she ran away just hours after we got her home.  She was gone for a month. We eventually tracked her down, and we had her home for 5 months before she escaped again.  Sadly, she was hit by a car after 2 weeks on the run.

We’d like to know why she was so ready to run away. Was it us? Was she just not into being someone’s pet? She seemed much happier when we took her to a relative’s house in a rural area and suspect she just didn’t like “city life.”

If you have any insights for us, we’d love to hear.  We think about Elsie often and have a hard time going near where she was killed.  We even think she sends lost dogs our way for us to help them get home.

Best,

Molly

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 Dearest Molly,

Elsie wants you to know that the time she was with you on this earth, she was very happy.  She did have a bit of wanderlust, and she liked to get out there on her own and explore.  Sadly, this came to a sad ending for everyone.

She had wonderful times when she was with you.  She didn’t know a dog could be so happy until she came to you!  She says, “My dad played like a dog and mom kissed me on the head frequently.”

She loved being with you and thanks you for the gourmet food.  She says, “I had never had such delicious food in all my life!”  

She’s so sorry she ran away, but she just went off for fun and to enjoy herself. 

I want you to know, when we all go home, we go to the beautiful, spiritual realm.  And we go home many times.  We live many lifetimes.  We meet all the souls we met in this life, past lives, and there’s just peace, love and joy. 

But what is so wonderful about being in the spirital realm, is we sill have our spiritual energy body, and we are able to move anywhere.  She constantly travels back to her wonderful human family.  She wants you both know she sleeps on the bed at night, goes in the car, and even goes to restaurants with you!  She is always with you and around you. 

When your grieving goes –  you will feel her.  She’s right there with you, and she wants you to know that.  She’s thanking you for the love she received from both of you that will stay with her forever. 

You don’t realize it, but there are no accidents in life, and it was time for her to leave.  But in your lifetime, she will reincarnate back to you. 

And she wants you to know that she does indeed send dogs your way, because you are angels on earth, and you will help any dog and do anything you can.  You will know it’s her bringing them to you.

Love to you,

Woof, Woof!

Lou