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    cant wait

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    I am watching this as a sceptic and with a dose of cautiousness.... has it been considered that this may be a ploy to determine passwords and or to gain access to identities?

    I trust it isn't a scam, and I hope that no-one takes offence to my comments...but you just never know.
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    Ok, I have communicated with two dogs, I've just had a bit going on so I only had time for two dogs. I will have plenty of time to communicate again on Wednesday though. Sorry guys for taking so long but thanks for being so patient.

    Also, Anne. That's fair to have those questions though I don't get how I would determine passwords or get some one's identity by communicating with there dogs. I don't ask real personal questions, the owners ask me to ask questions for them. I hope that you will see what I am doing is legit and I am working on this skill.

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    Anyone who uses something as obvious as their dogs names as a password deserves to be hacked!

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    Crested, I needed a laugh and I found what you said rather funny.

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    I hope I haven't caused any offence TahsSunny.

    Crested Love answered which why I would be cautious about giving dogs names, ages and similar out freely. As stupid as it is, many, many people on dog related forums use their dog's name as their password and many people use their dog's names as banking passwords.
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    Ofcourse I haven't been offended silly!.

    I can understand you being cautious, I dont blame you and I think its good you actually do think of things that could go wrong. I just hope in time you will see I am truly just working on my communication.

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    Well nothing too Private was asked so i was interested as i always am.
    You called Annabelle, Anna....that is the one thing she does hate. We tried abbreviating her name to Anna and Belle and she won't have it. But some of it was along the lines.

    Annabelle loves to sleep on the couch, we have two couches and when we are not on the couches and they ask, they are allowed on. Also we have a Sunday morning cuddle on the bed. Which she loves. I always call her on the bed.

    She has also recently lost her good friend Tobias and she was rather down for a few days after, even though we had not had him too long.

    If there was a male voice telling her off, it would be "goody goody two shoes" Lukey.

    We do think there have been beatings in Annabelle's past as she was terribly worried if you moved suddenly or raised objects and/or voice. but I think that is the most common thing that happens to rescues. She still has the occasional issue with some men.

    I alos think she is happy and she does love her food and we are starting to reduce her food in Training, so I could imagine that she finds that a little unsettling.

    Annabelle is the leader in our dog pack, but happily hands over to us. When we are not around it is her.

    And she is with us forever, as are all our dogs........We have never given up or away a dog.

    Thank you TS, this is fun and I am very open to anything


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    Verified questions:

    favorite place to sleep

    (Please remember if you own more then one dog, the other dogs can pop in and chat, it's rather confusing, lol).

    I kept getting from her 'On the lounges/couches/sofa' but then I heard another dog (male voice) say 'she's not allowed on there'. Not sure why..

    Don't spoil this part but I did here a female voice say 'On the bed' but this may have been her or another dog, I don't know but I'll ask the other dogs, it was in a female's voice.

    Questions you'd like to know:

    What has happened in your past?
    I heard Annabelle say straight away 'I was beaten' I am not sure at what stage in her life this could have happened. Do you believe it could have at all?. I saw two males and a female, I am thinking maybe she lived with these people, the two male's seemed to be giving Anna a hard time.

    And are you happy now?
    She said directly 'More then I could ever be'.

    She wanted me to ask you, what is going to happen to her in the future?.

    I heard a female say 'Here it is' and i felt she was acting dominant, holding down the rules. I am not sure if this came from Anna or another dog.

    O, Ana also said she'd like some more treats more often please, lol.

    Anna said something about having a friend that left her. Did she really like a dog friend that had to leave or a human friend?. Maybe this was before she came to you?. Not sure, that's why I am asking.
    Pets are forever

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    Anne

    I don't see it as any worse than "cold reading". Some of us put a lot of info about our dogs on the web that could be used in this kind of reading - for accuracy. Some of it is fairly basic training principles. Some of it is anybody's guess so I'd have no idea if some of what TahSunny said about Frosty was right or not (still haven't tried a bit of raw mince beef again for effect - but I imagine an aweful lot of dogs would enjoy that).

    Frosty is still foraging at the park and tonight found a chocolate bar and something else I'm hoping was a bread crust. I got some of the chocolate back but I don't know exactly how much she ate. Bits of chocolate and bark chips can be hard to tell apart. So no progress there. But she's always been an independent thinker.

    So far it does seem like a bit of fun to me.

    You know where John Edwards goes with cold reading and similar, if people want to pay for private readings - good luck to them. I'm with CL on that one. It's like they deserve it.

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    O, when I was calling Annabelle, Ana that was because I was just lazy to right her full name, lol. I am actually very happy with Anna's reading!.

    I understand there is a lot of info on the net and some people pretend to 'communicate' with dogs. I am still learning so I won't always get things right, I will make mistakes. Also, The only thing I am getting in return for these readings is experience for myself to get better at this skill. Plus, when I can do this properly, I dont want money, I just want to help people and there pets.

    I'll be communicating again tomorrow, thank you for everyone that has posted and are allowing me to communicate with there dogs.

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