Marti Miller, MA
Pet Sitting/Dog Walking
I am a Pet Psychologist. I assist you to better understand what is going on with your animal companion. I am blessed with the ability to be the interpreter for your companion animals.
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After the loss of my beloved companions, Sadie and Abby, it took about six months before another little bundle came into my life. Because we choose to love, we open our hearts and homes to other dogs and cats that need the same attention that the ones that left us. Ziggy came into my life while I was at the Petsmart one Sunday afternoon. Someone came in wanting to find a new home for this little guy. She knew she couldn't care for this puppy that someone had given her because of her schedule. I said I would take him and the rest is history.
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Sadie, me, and Ramon
I have 20+ years of experience in animal medical care and hold a Master's degree in Spiritual Psychology. My father and grandfather were both veterinarians. I have followed in the family path of animal healing through merging my knowledge and experience to assist you in better understanding your companions and offering solutions that will make both your life and the life of your companion better. I specialize in health and behavior issues, as well as euthanasia decisions.* I will also be your pet's medical advocate. I will assist you in understanding what the veterinarian is saying about your companion animal. I have completed a course in dog training so that I may better assist with behavior issues.
I am contacted by people all over the world requesting consultations with their animals. A consultation consists of connecting with your animal companion through your description and your connection with your animal to help with solving a problem or concern that you may have about your animal companion.
In a session over the phone you will describe what the animal looks like physically. I am then able to connect with your animal. I ask permission to talk with the animal. When the animal is open to communication, I then receive information about what is going on. In a typical session, I am able to feel your animal emotionally, physically, spiritually and mentally.
Pet sitting is becoming a bigger part of my services. Because of my background in medicine, I am able to care for your elder or sick pet. If you have a pet that is needing a lot of extra care because of illness, I am able to provide that care so that you may get a break. I know what is it like to have a dog with cancer and it can be very draining both emotionally and physically.
Because of my love for animals and their well being I have started a 501 (c)3 non-profit to assist rescue groups with the animals they rescue. If you would like to donate, please click on Chez Paws Foundation. It will take you to the the company that manages the foundation. So far Chez Paws Foundation has assisted animals from Blue Dog Rescue, Lucky Mutts, CTDR, Austin Zoo, and many more! Please consider making a tax deductible donation today!
*"I do not in any way diagnose, treat, correct, change, manipulate, relieve, or prevent disease, deformity, defect, injury, or other physical condition in animals. It is necessary to consult with a licensed Veterinarian."