07-14-2011, 08:53 AM
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Originally Posted by PaperclipGirl
I know that is a weird question to ask -
But I'm currently going through dog obedience classes with my yellow lab (pound rescue) and she stated that it would be good to know what home my dog came from and other things about her that only a communicator could find out.
Just wondering - because some times it really feels like my dog is trying to talk to be but I have no clue what she's trying to say.
Boy, I must admit I'm skeptical about that stuff. I don't see why you need to know that to train and/or help, love and bond with your dog. I do understand the curiosity. We got one of our dogs as a stray when he was about 5-6 years old. I always wonder, years later why no one would have looked for this dog. He is completely freaked out by snakes, so we wonder if he was snake avoidance trained. Somethings you just will never know. If you do it, you should find someone with a good reputation. It would be so easy to tell you information, just based on how the dog presents. Such as if the dogs is not maintained well, they dog communicates that he spent his days alone, in the yard, with no one to play with and care for him. Make sense? Many years ago when I was in my 20's I heard of some guy that does this over the phone, and I called him. He did tell me uncanny things about my cat, like she visits a few doors down where there is an orange cat (and I did live doors away from an orange cat!) But, how common are orange colored cats? . He told me that my cat tells me she knows I love her etc, (however, would someone who hates their cat care about what they're thinking?) . Who knows. If it helps you and you have the money to do it - go for it! It sure can't hurt