Behavior Modification

Animals often act out when they don't understand something, when they feel fear or insecure, or when they are trying to do their job but unsure of what that job is. Often, we as humans, don't think to include our animals in plans or decisions. We take action and expect our pet to just follow along. Then, when they start behaving in a manner that we aren't comfortable with, or in a way that may even be harmful to them, we start looking for answers. Why is my dog pacing? Why is my dog chewing? Why is my cat peeing outside his box? Why are the other horses picking on my horse in the paddock? Why is my dog barking? So many whys. I can help you find those answers and increase the communication between you and your pet.  With Energy Therapy and Animal Communication behaviors can change and you can have a closer relationship with your furry family member. Behavior modification can be part of every energy session.


PORKY, Sock Eater

Our dog Porky had a terrible habit of eating socks. Every time he threw one up, we were worried if there were more that we’re still “digesting”, which would eventually mean surgery. Christi worked her magic on him and now he is noticeably more responsive to the phrases she gave us to use on him. Now, when Porky looks at food we might drop or is stuffing around the trash - we use what tools Christi have us and we don’t have to worry about our little guy costing us a fortune in surgery and sorrow.

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There's No Place Like Home

We recently moved into a new home and our two year old poodle was pretty stressed by the new transition of space and location. We were concerned with how he was handling the new home, and that’s when Cristi stepped in and provided a session for our pup. It was an immediate difference after the session! Our puppy went from being stressed and overly attached, to prancing around the house, playing with ALL of his toys, and sleeping on his back like this has always been his home. Would definitely recommend Cristi to anyone wanting to provide additional love and care to their four legged family members.