March 2 - March 8
Animal Care pt. 3
Aggression, Jealousy and Competitiveness
Just as we humans have to learn to get along, so do our pets. Remember that dogs evolved from wolves and our sweet little kitties evolved from large predatory cats like saber-toothed tigers.
Not only are they highly territorial hunters, they were natural enemies in the past, both after the same food sources. Today, dogs and cats may compete for their master's attention, a place on the couch or even for food. Competition my occur between animals of the same species. Remember, animals are naturally territorial.
I look at pictures of groups of cats lying in a heap on other peoples' blogs and I wonder how that happens. I have had cats all my life and I have never had cats sleep together unless they were mother and kittens or sometimes litter mates.
So here are some essences for the jealous, competitive and aggressive pets.
Cosmos - To encourage inter species communication; helpful where different animals are gathered; useful when training animals or establishing psychic bonds in one-on-one relationships; indicated for both animal and caretaker.
Holly - Jealous pets, especially when jealousy involves another pet vying for the attention of the caretaker.
Quaking Grass - Helping animals living together in a group or herd to adjust; especially important when a new animal has been introduced.
Snapdragon - For animals who bite; especially indicated for aggressive tendencies in horses such as biting and sucking.
Tiger Lily - For hostile or aggressive cats or dogs.
Vine - For animals which dominate younger or weaker animals.
Yes, you can use essences on horses. They respond well to them. Besides putting them in the mouth or in drinking water, you can put them in a spray bottle or in bath water. There are numerous ways to administer them.