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Friday, April 22, 2011

Our big surprise!!! Your chance to communicate!

If you've been reading my blog for a couple of years, you know that I have a friend that on occasion, 'talks to me.' Yep, I said it, she 'talks to me.'

Coryelle Kramer is an animal communicator and has been helping animals and their humans relate since 2001. Coryelle also practices TTouch™ and is certified in both Bach Flower Therapy and Reiki. In the past, Coryelle has worked as a Vet Tech in New York City, and has been communicating with animals since she was just a wee pup herself.

I know this is something that not everyone believes in, heck sometimes me and Mum wonder if it possible. But I do have to say that over the past couple of years, Coryelle has given me and my Mum some interesting insight into what I, and my kittie bros, Wolfie and Wiggy, and my sis, Gracie, have been feeling.

Just a few weeks ago, we went through a tense week when Wolfie wasn't feeling so good. Mum suspected it was the new food that he had been enjoying for a while, but started not agreeing with him. He went several days of not wanting to eat (which is very dangerous for kitties) and Mum having to finger feed him. We took him to the emergency room and found all his tests were normal. We were scared, but sensed that over a few days he was starting to get back to his normal, mean old, kittie self. And the nice thing is that Coryelle confirmed it for us. Seems Wolfie thought the new raw food was just too rich for his blood and was making his tummy hurt. Now Wolfie is completely back to his normal self, eating his own food and even trying to get at Wiggy's again, thank DOG!

Also, over the past few trials, I've had a little bit of a jumping problem. Mum sensed that I just didn't want to go over the jumps, maybe it hurt, even though she didn't see any discomfort at all in me and vets confirmed that. So what was up with the running around the jumps? Coryelle said that I wasn't comfortable at the place that we had been trialing, since the first time I ran there I got an ouch. Which makes sense to Mum, since when I got better I was comfy and running my wacky, fast self at home, jumping over logs and such; and I was perfectly fine jumping over the jumps at the place where we practiced recently.

So, we will be anxious to see what happens at my next trial in May, since we'll be going to a very different place and competing outdoors, rather than a indoor horse arena like before.

But I digress...If you've read my last two blog posts, you'll know that we are bringing a big surprise to you today. Yep, that's right...Coryelle and I are 'resurrecting' our surprise from two years ago and bringing back the 'Ask Coryelle' day like we did back in March of 2009.

And today is the day!

Why? Because one of the things that Mum has always liked about me, and I about her, is that we're open - open to new experiences, and open to new ideas, and we wanted to share that with you. So with that...

Here is the big surprise!!!

Coryelle will be answering my blog reader's questions privately via email for free from 9:00 AM today until 9:00 PM today, ET. One question per person/per pup only though, K?

If you'd like to have a question answered by Coryelle, all you have to do is leave your question in the comment section of this post, along with your email and she will 'tap' into you and respond with an answer to your question privately via email; so you can feel comfy asking anything you want.

Could be a great opportunity, so why not try it out!

Oh, and if one question isn't enough, and you want to dive in deeper communicating with your Mum or your dog, Coryelle is offering a generous special running now through 8PM ET, April 26th. She's offering 60 minutes of consultation for $50.00, that's a $40.00 reduction from her usual fee of $90.00 per hour, and makes it more affordable for you to use or even give as a gift!

Learn more about Coryelle and her practice, visit her website, and her blog, and if you're on Twitter or Facebook, follow her.

105 comments:

  1. Did my little Fiji girl enjoy her agility trial last weekend? She did so awesome.
    Agileguinness1@gmail.com

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  2. Ricky is having a lot of trouble jumping at trials and sometimes at class. Wish he could tell me why but maybe he will tell you! Thanks!
    nosralca@yahoo.com

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  3. Why is Stewie JRT having trouble weaving at trials??
    Thanks,
    Nancy at stewiejrt@comcast.net

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  4. Why is Lily regressing and becoming more and more fearful of going/being outside?
    orphanbuddy@cox.net

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  5. Thanks 'guys' for your questions! Coryelle will be getting to 'work' on them starting at 9:00 AM. It may take her a while (maybe even 48 hours) to get through all of them. So hang tight, K? She will answer each and every one of your important Q's, no matter how long it takes. And thanks for pawticipating!!! Hope you get the answers you need! - Woofs, JoJo

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  6. Nachamu (AKA Mooskie the adventure cat) hasn't been home since Monday. We live in the woods nearby other homes. Based on another communicator's information yesterday afternoon, we believe he'd been chased up a tree by less than friendly critters and we have been trying to support his journey home. We have ventured to an area where we assume he went, but there are lots of trees in these parts & we're not sure if we are closeby to him. While we hold the hope that he is still alive and will make his way home, at this point we are aware of his vulnerability & trying to determine how to best to get him home. Since I received info about this free communication this morning, I figured it couldn't hurt to ask if, indeed there is still hope for our precious kitty. Thanx!
    nkatzart@aol.com

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  7. Good Morning everyone! So excited about this opportunity to work with all of your pets. I will be taking the questions one at a time.

    To Anonymous regarding the lost pet..I usually do not try to connect to lost pets due the the fact it's such a emotionally stressful situation it is difficult for me to get any kind of a reading. I will see what I can do, and if I don't get a reading I will at least just send your kitty the thought to try to get home, and send him positive energy.

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  9. Lucy, golden retriever, is a rescue dog. She really likes riding in a car and trys to get in it everytime she sees a car, even it's not ours.
    Does she want to be back to her ex-owner?
    reirei3322@gmail.com

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  10. Chester (the spotted wonder horse!) and I have a big competition coming up this summer and we've been training hard! I'm wondering if Chester has any thoughts for me about this show and what I can do to help him be at his best. Thanks!
    drsimpson17@gmail.com

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  11. Trixie - my Border Terrier - is having SO MUCH trouble learning the teeter. What am I doing wrong?
    bowling46@comcast.net

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  12. Max - my 10 year old Miniature Schnauzer - seems like he does not enjoy competing in agility any longer, but does enjoy going to class. True?
    gay.bowling@yahoo.com

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  13. Hi Rickie it was great to talking with you and I'll be sending what I got from you to you mom in a second

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  14. Can you tell me why Porter will not do his weaves at a trial, but always does them perfectly at home or at class?
    Thank you!
    Sinless_ky@yahoo.com

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  15. this is gonna be fun Johann. I was even fibbing for awhile, but Coryelle figured it out. BOL!!
    your pal, Morgan

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  16. Hi Stewie & Nancy. Great talking with you Stewie and let your mom know your answer is on it's way

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  18. Hi, My Snowball has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge on 20 Oct 2010. I miss her a lot. I would like to ask how she is doing there.

    Thanks in advance! My email is : furrysnowball@gmail.com

    Anne

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  19. Hi Lily your answer is on it's way to your mom and I hope you find it helpful

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  20. Hello Anonymous, I don't seem to be able to make a connection with Mooskie, perhaps one of your other animal communicators will get something more that I. I did however send Mooskie lots of light and love and I truly hope that he comes back home.

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  21. Hi Nicolas, Lucy's answer is on it's way check you email in a few minutes...thanks Lucy for talking to me!

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  22. Johann and Coryelle, thanks for this opportunity!

    Sophie was one very energetic puppy but over the last few years has settled a lot. Then out of the blue in the last two weeks or so, she is all of a sudden a bundle of energy. Nothing has changed in her schedule, still getting exercise. But now back to being a bundle of energy even after 8 hours of daycare. What caused this energy and is she happy or anxious hence the energy?

    Thank you!
    Patty (pattycakes1113@yahoo.com)

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  23. Hi, I am so worried about Rocky..He is to hyper..he dont like cats, squirels, people..u name it..he trys to attack people that happen to go by the car at a store..Thanks..pokey422@hotmail.com

    Peace,
    claudette..

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  24. Hello Danielle & Chester, thanks for the opportunity to talk with you today and Chester's answers will be emailed to you in a moment.

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  25. This is so cool of you guys to do this!!

    My question: is everything okay with Heffner?

    mfsurfire@yahoo.com

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  26. Why is my dog raster shaking the ball and growing as he passes other dogs in flyball

    sara (at) theniffs (dot) com

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  27. Jake, our Boston Terrier, was very sick when he was little - with no explanation to what happened to him. Would he be able to tell us what happened to him before he lived with us?

    Laure

    ttgrrl AT gmail Dot com

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  28. We can't find why Buddy itches so much. Nothing seems to work with him. He scratches, he chews off his hair. Nothing is working.

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  29. Hi Johann and Coryelle!

    Just wonder how Smokey's doing. He's been meowing more than usual lately, and I'm curious as to why since he's always been relatively quiet in the past.

    Thanks! Hope you're both well :)
    Elizabeth, Elizabeth.Ippolito@yahoo.com

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  31. Maya wasn't doing so well with agility in the fall/winter - we took a complete break for about 3 months, just recently starting to practice again. Now, she is full of enthusiasm and energy when we go play agility. What was bothering her? Was there something wrong? tiaschis@gmail.com

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  32. Hi Gay B. Since it's only 1 question per animal I took Trixie since she was who you wrote about first. Your answer will be to you in the next few minutes. thanks for talking to me Trixie!

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  33. I had and have a Beagle, Boston Terrier then I adpoted a Rat Terrier from a shelter. She is about 3years old and I have had her for a year. The RT is truly the alpha dog. My problem is when one of the other dogs are on the couch or bed she is fine with getting on the bed or couch with them. But, if she is on the couch or bed by herself, she will literaly attack the other dogs if they try to go near her.
    The Beagle and Boston get along fine together. Why is she doing this and how do I get her to stop?

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  34. Kota, the 12 year old sheltie mix has a hind leg limp that came up last summer. We can't find anything wrong and I was just wondering if you can find out if he can tell you where it hurts? That might help us in his care.
    tashakota@yahoo.com

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  35. Dear Porter the answer that I got from you is on it's way to your people Thanks for chatting with me

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  36. I adopted Sula (Newfie) in Oct he had been in several homes. Is he happy and does he understand that this is his forever home and no more scary times by himself?
    ely4pack@att.net

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  37. Dearest Anne & Snowball, First Anne, let me say i'm sorry that Snowball has left this plane and I send oyu much love during this time. Next I have connected with her and have sent you your answer in an email. All the best

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  38. I actually have a question regarding my cat, so I don't know whether or not you can help me...but thought I'd ask anyway. I want to know if Beau is happy, healthy, and feels safe and secure, and what I can do to help him feel/be even better. Second part of that is how does he feel about having a handicapped mom/is it a burden to him?
    email: beaudavis1@earthlink.net

    PS. Please let him know how much I truly love him, and the best thing he can do for me is to take care of himself FIRST. Thank you!!

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  39. Hi Patty & Sophie, your answer is on it's way to you right now. Sophie thank you so much for the opportunity to connect with your fantastic happy energy
    ~Coryelle

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  40. Hi Claudette & Rocky, your answer is on it's way to you. I hope it helps and Rocky let's see what we can do to help you from acting LESS like Mike Tyson and more like Sugar Ray Leonard ;-)

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  41. My eldest dog is named Cinnamon. I want to know if she's happy or if there's something she wishes we'd do. She starting to slow down a bit so I don't want to overdo it, but I don't want her to be bored.

    Thanks for your help!
    Shari

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  42. Hi Lindsey & Heffner,
    your answer has been sent and I enjoyed this chance to connect with Geffner

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  43. Hi! I would like to ask if Ruby (my 5 yr old Boston Terrier) likes to go to play care and would like to keep going.

    Thank You, michele (and ruby)
    mstankowski@me.com

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  44. Hi Sara & Raster, you answer is on it's way...and Raster feels much better about getting it off his chest

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  45. Can you tell me why Lili gets so rambunctious - barking, whining, jumping - whenever I leave or might leave the house, I always come back! Anyway, there's absolutely no way to settle her down and sometimes she upsets another dog in the house causing a scuffle. Thanks! Jason genesis1078@gmail.com

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  46. Hi Coryelle! I have a very smart little bunny named Bilbo. We were going to go to your workshop last October but he very suddenly got very ill with an ear infection. He seems to have made a full recovery, but I am wondering if there is something still going on that I can't detect. (Bunnies tend to hide their illnesses.) He's not using his litter box as good as before, maybe he's having potty troubles or arthritis? I posted a picture of him taken today on my blog: http://wp.me/pZy9p-ks
    Love, Brenda and Bilbo

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  47. My Keeshond Sefina (one of five) shuts down at both agility and rally obedience trials. There was 6 months where she did really well in agility trials, but she shut down a year ago. She did really well on-leash in rally, but shuts down in in the off-leash classes. Can you tell me why? Thanks, Leslie meynla@mwri.magee.edu

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  48. Hi Laure & Jake you're answer is coming to you in the next few minutes. Jake thanks for sharing your past with me

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  49. ok it said one question per person per pup so I think its ok to ask another question about my second dog.

    I would like to know why Pixel sometimes wont play with the ball.

    sara (at) theniffs (dot) com

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  50. Jane & Buddy, your answer is on it's way right now I hope that this helps Buddy's itching.

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  51. Hi Elizabeth and Smokey...well after connecting with Smokey I think you're going to get funny kick out of what he told me...your answers on the way!

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  52. Dear Jodi & Maya, thanks for talking to me and your answer is on it's way.

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  53. Why is my JRT Pistol stressing so badly at trials. She nearly got kicked out of the AKC. kbfisher@comcast.net

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  54. Coryelle,

    My 8 year old chihuahua, Mufasa, recently began having seizures, has cataracts and appears to be losing his hearing. I want to make sure he is not suffering.

    Thanks
    Melissa
    Lissa618@aol.com

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  55. Hi. I have 3 cats, Wally, Ernie and Zoey. Wally is the oldest, 7 yrs., Ernie is next at 5 yrs., and Zoey is 3 yrs.

    My question is about Wally. I'd like to know how he is feeling and if he is happy. Sometimes he seems a little cranky and I wonder what might be bothering him.

    Thanks!
    Sue at blkcatgal@gmail.com

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  56. I'm wondering how much trial stress is getting to Bailey at agility trials - what's his limit before he's too overwhelmed or tired to have fun? baileypom@gmail.com

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  57. Dear NORENE, I would love to try to help but you forgot to leave your email address.

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  59. Remember everyone!!! You have to leave your email address in the blog comment so that Coryelle can provide you with any answers she received! If we don't have your email, we can't respond to you, K?

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  60. Hope said...
    My Frenchie girl, Dax, is a rock star in agility class, obedience class, agility fun matches, obedience fun matches, but totally shuts down and won't work at trials. How can I help her through her "stage fright?" Thanks so much, Coryelle - we've all been stumped trying to get her through this!
    Hope
    hopenbooks@sbcglobal.net

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  61. Hi Coryelle,
    I very recently started tracking lessons with Brice. I know that it may be confusing since is a new activity for him but is it something that he would like to continue?

    Thanks!
    ep_tasha_eva@yahoo.com

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  62. Coryelle - Thanks for the info! Awesome as always.

    Johann - Thanks for providing the forum! Be well :)

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  63. Hi Coryelle,

    Our 5 month old Lab puppy Ping, reverts to going inside for toileting when it rains/looks like rain/or has been raining. She knows she is doing the wrong thing - but it's like she is afraid to go out and relieve herself when it is wet. How can we overcome this ? It is getting frustrating.

    Note - she will play in the wet so I don't think it is a "fear of water".

    Thanks,

    Brooke
    brooke@gruffpuppy.com.au

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  64. Are Charlie & Opy okay ?

    Greg
    opy@gruffpuppy.com.au

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  65. Thank You Johann and Coryelle for this opportunity!
    My dear cat, Zoe, came from a rescue. They said that she had kittens and all but one died. Then her family took her kitten to the Humane Society but left Zoe behind (with a window open). Is this what happened? Can you tell me how old she really is?
    My e-mail: nadinetheartist@gmail.com

    Thank You So Very Much!
    Nadine and Zoe Luna

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  66. Hi Coryelle,
    Sorry! This is Norene with the Rat Terrier, Zoe. My email address is ntward1971@gmail.com.

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  67. Johann and Coryelle, Thanks for this cool opportunity.

    I've been wondering if I'm boring Marley? Does she still miss mahone?

    Thanks so much
    Marley's mom

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  68. Thanks for this opportunity. My 15 year old Persian named Praline has been diagnosed with cancer. I think she is tired of fighting and I could really use some advice.

    Thanks,
    Paula (Praline's mom)

    pag4usc@sc.rr.com

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  69. Hi Leslie & Kota, the email is on it's way to you. I hope that it helps to make Kota better

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  70. I thought my e-mail address was connected to my post here since I'm on gmail. I don't like leaving my e-mail address in a comment because it is easily picked up by spammers' bots.

    You can e-mail me on gmail at rainbowcollage.

    Thanks!

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  71. Hello Anyonmous & Sula, you're answer is being sent off right now. Thanks Sula for talking to me

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  72. I would like to know what is bothering my horse Kody. He has a terrible cribbing habit, and if something is hurting or bothering him, I would like to know what it is so I can fix it for him.

    Carrie
    houndmom@cableone.net

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  73. Dearest Beau thank you for connecting with me..I'm a better person because of it. You're answer is on it's way
    Much love

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  74. I had my girl Lexie talk to a pet communicator at a trial we went to not too long ago. We have not had success with what she told us. I wonder if you can help with her trialing troubles. Lexie loves agility very much but will not weave at agility trials. She does anywhere else even places she has never been before, just won't at trials. It is the only thing holding her back. Also Jeter is very scared of many things and I feel sad that he has sooo much fear in his life. Is there anything that can help him with his great fear issue? Thanks for any help or advice you can give. It is greatly appreciated. foursweetpups@aol.com

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  75. Coryelle, Dani B here, we would like to know how can we get Vladimir to stop nursing on Indy? Thanks!
    -danipistachio@gmail.com

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  76. Hi Coryelle,
    Mom and Dad's cat Pouncer has bladder stones for the second time and they cannot afford the $1000 surgery again. What does Pouncer want done?
    thanks!
    Denise L
    Dlen013@gmail.com

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  77. Thank you everyone for your questions!!! For those of you who have received answers tonight, we hope that they have been helpful.

    If you haven't received an answer from Coryelle as of 9:00 PM tonight, she needs to take a break and will continue answering questions in the morning; we'll keep you posted.

    All good things must come to an end! It's 9 PM ET so we have to close out questions for this post. Thank you again for pawticipating!!! We hope it's been helpful.

    Woofs, Johann

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  78. Hi there Jason & Lili (the last of the night) I have your answer and it's being sent to you right now. and Lili remember to try to take it down a notch ok? ;-)

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  79. Thanks so much Johann and Coryelle....

    Peace,
    Claudette

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  80. Thankyou Johann and Coryelle for this wonderful opportunity you gave us all.

    Laure
    Jake

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  81. Hi Leslie & Serfina, thanks for giving me the opportunity to help you both. you answer is on it's way

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  82. Hi Karen & Pistiol, thank you Pistol for talking and trusting me, and I hope it helped you. Your answer is on it's way

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  83. Dear Melissa & Mufasa, great talking to you Mufasa tell your Mom your answer is on it's way

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  84. Hi Sue (Island Cats) & Wally your answer is on it's way thanks for the chat Wally Cat

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  85. Dear Bailey, thanks for chatting with me I loved your honesty and your Fun viewpoint...answer to your person has been sent

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  86. My email address didn't post last night (?!). It is brenda74@nycap.rr.com.

    --Brenda (and Bilbo the bunny)

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  87. Hi Hope & Dax, the communication is on it's way to you right now and i hope that it helps you Dax finally find the fun in the arena

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  88. Hi Everyone! Just wanted to let you know that Coryelle is still in the process of getting through all your questions...it's just taking a few days. Stay tuned! K? She'll get email answers to everyone!

    Woofs - Johann

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  89. I want to thank you all for your patience and cooperation, the questions will all be answered by today.

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  90. Dear Brice and his human, Thanks for talking to me Brice let your person know your answer is on it's way

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  91. Hi Brooke & Ping. The answer is coming at you right now. All the best Coryelle

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  92. Dear Greg, Generally It's is one questions per animal but these two came in together and almost answered as one, so your answer is on it's way. I hope it resonates with you
    All the best
    Coryelle

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  93. Zoe & Norene, I enjoyed talking with Miss Zoe it was great fun

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  94. Paula, Praline's message is on it's way to you ~ all the very best
    Coryelle

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  95. Hi Cinnamon & Shari, thanks for chatting with me today Cinnamon. all the best!

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  96. Kody & Carrie, thanks for giving me the chance to hopefully help Kody. your answer is coming to you now

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  97. Dear Denise at Dlen013@gmail.com,
    I just saw your question
    "Hi Coryelle,
    Mom and Dad's cat Pouncer has bladder stones for the second time and they cannot afford the $1000 surgery again. What does Pouncer want done? "

    and MY answer is that Pouncer should go to the vet immediately! Hopefully you've already taken him, an animal is a responsibility that can't be put into dollar signs. Please take your sweet kitty to the vet

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  98. Hi Dani & Vladamir, the answer to your nursing problem is on it's way

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  99. Hi Dani & Vladamir, the answer to your nursing problem is on it's way

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  100. Ok Marley & Marley's Mom You're answer is on it's way!

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  101. All the Questions......
    Have been answered and I hope you all enjoyed the experience because I know I sure did. Two paws up and high fives to my friend Johan the dog and his person Leslie for giving all of us the chance to connect.
    Till next time, wishing you and your pets many blessings.
    ~Coryelle~

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