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ASPCA

The ASPCA can be a valuable resource for information on many animal care topics including; pet care, nutrition, training, spay/neuter, pet loss and disaster preparedness. Take advantage of these free resources and provide the best care possible for your pet.

Please be aware that animal communication in NEVER a substitute for professional veterinary care, proper nutrition, consistent and humane training and suitable exercise.

Coping with Pet Loss

Ten Tips on Coping with Pet Loss

Anyone who considers a pet a beloved friend, companion, or family member knows the intense pain that accompanies the loss of that friend. The Pet Loss Support Page offers some tips on coping with that grief, and with the difficult decisions one faces upon the loss of a pet.

The Pet-Loss Support Page

Resources & Other Animal Care InformationResources & Other Animal Care Info

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Health Care and Veterinary Services
Organizations that provide aid to animals in need
Animals in the News
Merchants and Services
Community Links
Recommended Reading

Health Care and Veterinary Services

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All Creatures Animal Clinic, Frederick, Maryland

Dr. Gale Savino Eason
www.doctorgale.com

American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA)

Organization of veterinarians to support holistic, complementary and alternative veterinary medicine and natural healing for pets and animals.

www.ahvma.org
410-569-0795

American Veterinary Chiropractic Association

A professional membership group promoting animal chiropractic to professionals and the public, and acting as the certifying agency for doctors.

www.animalchiropractic.org
309-658-2920

American Veterinary Dental Society

www.avds-online.org
208-344-0194

American Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights

www.hsvma.org
707-451-1391

 

Green Valley Animal Hospital, Urbana Maryland
Green Valley Animal Hospital, Urbana, Maryland

www.greenvalleyah.com

International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS)

www.ivas.org
303-682-1167

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Organizations that provide aid to animals in need

ASPCA
ASPCA

The ASPCA works to rescue animals from abuse, pass humane laws and share resources with shelters nationwide.

www.aspca.org

 

The Animal Welfare League of Frederick County
The Animal Welfare League of Frederick County

The Animal Welfare League of Frederick County (AWLFC) is an all-volunteer, no-kill animal rescue and welfare organization. We promote the humane treatment of all animals through education, advocacy, and collaboration with other humane organizations.

www.awlfc.org

 

 

Petfinder.com
Petfinder.com

www.petfinder.com

 

 

The Elephant Sanctuary

The Elephant Sanctuary

The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee, founded in 1995, is the nation's largest natural habitat refuge developed specifically for endangered African and Asian elephants. The Elephant Sanctuary has received a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America's largest independent evaluator of charities.

www.elephants.com

 

 

Best Friends Animal Society
Best Friends Animal Society

www.bestfriends.org

  

  

Days End Farm Horse Rescue
Days End Farm Horse Rescue

www.defhr.org

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 Frederick County Humane Society
Frederick County Humane Society

The Frederick County Humane Society anticipates and meets the needs of responsible companion animal owners in Frederick County by providing affordable services, resources and programs to keep their pets healthy, happy and in life-long homes. We are an advocate for animal welfare in the community.

 www.fchs.org

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Galapagos Conservatory

Galapagos Conservancy

Galapagos Conservancy is the premier advocacy organization in the United States for conservation in the Galapagos Islands. Our goal is the long-term ecological integrity of Galapagos and its unique marine and terrestrial ecosystems.

http://www.galapagos.org/

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Animals in the News

Marjorie Lewis featured in The Frederick News Post

Marjorie Lewis featured in The Frederick News Post"Getting Inside Your Pet's Head"
Astrology, Reiki, telepathy — Owners using methods to tune into animals' needs
Originally published here - July 18, 2010 By Lauren LaRocca, News-Post Staff

COMMUNICATING WITH ANIMALS

A longtime student of intuitive development, with Cayce books lining the shelves of her Frederick townhouse, Marjorie Lewis wanted to go straight to the source and learn how to communicate with animals through telepathy.  But she didn't immediately set out to learn; the medium just sort of presented itself to her. As a licensed massage therapist, Lewis began equine sports massage in 1994 and noticed she was communicating with the animals.

"I realized they were responding to my thoughts. I would think, 'It sure would help if you would lower your head.' And he'd lower his head. I began to recognize it's more than coincidence. It was every day and every horse."

SSo she practiced on her own animals at home, quickly learned it worked and began studying how she could, in turn, understand the animals. She attended trainings, and has been using animal communication professionally for about 10 years.

>>> Read complete article here... 

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Ask Your Animals & Marjorie Lewis featured in Be Well MagazineBe Well Magazine Article

"Communicating With Our Animals - Animal Telepathy"
Marjorie Lewis, Ask Your Animals
Originally published here - Spring 2010 Edition
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The relationships that we form in our lives can be a great source of strength and healing for us. When out of harmony, they can also become a source of stress. The relationships that we form with our animals are really no different. Our animals bring us joy and comfort, unconditional love and acceptance, and they ground us and enrich our lives. For many people, the connection with their pets constitutes their primary and sometimes most enduring relationship. Yet the ease and joy of this relationship can become disrupted when the pet begins to exhibit behavior issues, health concerns or conflicts with family members. Communication can be a key to resolving these conflicts.

Accurate communication can be difficult even when both parties speak the same language. Nurturing a healthy relationship is a challenge when your partner shares no common language.

While it may defy belief systems for some, there is a communication means available to bridge the gap: Telepathy. Animal communication, or inter-species telepathic communication, is the process of transferring thoughts, images and feelings from one party to another using extrasensory perception. Animals are able to relay a surprising depth and variety of information about themselves and their environment including physical sensations, emotions and events.

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Marjorie Lewis featured in The Frederick News Post - II

"Woman to help volunteers"
Originally published here - February 24, 2011 by Karen Gardner, News-Post Staff

Animal communicator Marjorie Lewis will discuss her techniques at the annual meeting of the Frederick County Humane Society on Saturday.

Training a house pet can be challenging for human and animal. Animal communicator Marjorie Lewis says if people learn to think like their pets, everyone's a winner.

Lewis will discuss her techniques at the annual members' meeting of the Frederick County Humane Society 10 a.m. Saturday at Frederick Memorial Hospital's Auxiliary Conference Room.

"We as humans rely on our verbal skills," Lewis said. Humans have evolved in that direction. So when we tell Rover to sit, we expect him to sit.

Many humane society volunteers foster homeless pets, pets which may have come their way because their owners couldn't communicate with them.

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A Goose Named MariaA Goose Named Maria

Maria, Maria, I've Just Met a Goose Named Maria
Originally published here - February 11, 2011 by Alexandra Berzon - The Wall Street Journal

A touching story of the connection and dedication between a man and his “best friend”

LOS ANGELES—City engineers planning to clean up a 143-year-old lake here are ruffling the feathers of a celebrity couple.

It would be a typical Los Angeles story—with paparazzi, gawking fans and a cameo in a music video—except for the fact that one half of the couple is a goose.

The planned closing of Echo Park for a $65 million restoration is threatening to break up a most unusual couple: retiree Dominic Ehrler and a goose named Maria. WSJ's Vanessa Kaneshiro reports from Los Angeles.

The other half is a retiree named Dominic Ehrler. Their relationship started last spring when Mr. Ehrler discovered that the goose—whom locals call Maria—liked to accompany him on his daily walks around a lake in Echo Park, a neighborhood about two miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.

He'd show up, Maria would find him and the two would walk. A city worker joked to Mr. Ehrler that he was being stalked.

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The Amazing Skidboot

The Amazing Skidboot - An astonishing dog achieves worldwide fame with his tricks and seemingly fantastic intelligence. An example of true communication.

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Merchants and Services

Buddha photos by Mr. Bill OwenPet Photography

A very special “Thank you” to Mr. Bill Owen, pet photographer (301.455.5344), for the great photos of my dog “Buddha”.  Contact Bill to arrange an at-your-location “studio” shoot with your animal companion. He is great to work with and creates wonderful pet portraits.

www.mansbestfriend.org
MrBillOwen@gmail.com

Two Paws Up

The The only dog and cat boutique in Historic Downtown Frederick Maryland.

www.twopawsup.biz

  

Central Dawgma & The Dawg Wash
Central Dawgma & The Dawg Wash 

Central Dawgma & The Dawg Wash is an all natural pet care facility in Frederick, Maryland and in Hagerstown, Maryland. They offer professional grooming, self service grooming, and a Wash While You Wait Service for all breeds of dogs. The team also operates Central Dawgma, an all natural pet supply store that carries a wide variety of organic goods and US made foods.

www.thedawgwash.com

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Community Links

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Recommended Reading

Animal Talk: Interspecies Telepathic CommunicationPets Tell The Truth by Agnes Julia Thomas

Animal Talk: Interspecies Telepathic Communication by Penelope Smith (Sep 16, 2008)

Beyond Words: Talking with Animals and Nature by Marta Williams

Ask Your Animal: Resolving Animal Behavioral Issues through Intuitive Communication by Marta Williams

The Language of Animals: 7 Steps to Communicating with Animals by Carol Gurney

Straight from the Horse's Mouth: How to Talk to Animals and Get Answers by Amelia Kinkade

Stand By Me: A Holistic Handbook for Animals, Their People, and the Lives They Share Together by Douglas E. Knueven

Animals In Translation: Using the Mysteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behavior by Dr. Temple Grandin

Animals Make Us Human: Creating the Best Life for Animals by Dr. Temple Grandin and Catherine Johnson

 

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