I am now blogging off of my main site: http://joanranquet.com/blog/
I hope to see you there!!!!
October 14, 2013 at 2:37 am (Uncategorized)
I am now blogging off of my main site: http://joanranquet.com/blog/
I hope to see you there!!!!
June 14, 2013 at 10:24 pm (Product Review, Uncategorized)
Tags: Animal, Animal Communication, Animal Communication dolphin trips, animal communication seminars, Animal Communicator, bahamas, bimini, Dolphin trips, dolphins in bimini, dynamite marketing, product review, shark bite, sharks, sting rays
Editor’s note: I take people out on Animal Communication wild dolphin swims every June in Bimini, Bahamas, through Dolphin Expeditions. The company has an amazing crew. The experience is like nothing else on the planet.
Alex, the wonder guide of Dolphin Expeditions, was leading the Sting Ray – calamari feed on the second day of the dolphin trip. Alex has a degree in Marine Science and loves sharks. She was an intern at Shark lab here in Bimini, Bahamas and goes as crazy over sharks, as we do over dolphins.
On the second day of the Dolphin trip, we were in Honeymoon Harbor. The group of us made a circle and the Captain gave us calamari to give out lavishly to the sweet sting rays as they floated over each of us. Alex was thrilled to see sharks come into the circle of humans with the sting rays. Not just one, but two nurse sharks joined, intrigued of course, by the calamari.
Alex was photographing AND feeding calamari to her beloved shark friend, when we all heard “OUCH” as she screamed. “He bit me!!!!”
She pulled her bleeding finger out of the water and noted it was still intact. Fortunately we were in the salt water, so she cleaned it off as best she could and carried on with her duties of being the safety expert, leader of the reef swim, photographer and chief shark feeder!
When we returned to the boat, she cleaned her finger off and we applied Trace Mineral Concentrate. Alex noted that the stinging from the Trace Minerals may have been worse than the shark bite itself!
We were all impressed with how clean the Trace Minerals left the wound. It cauterized any residual bleeding from cleaning it off. In fact, we were able to see the results of the fact that sharks have multiple rows of teeth!
It was like a science experiment at Alex’s expense. The outcome of several days of Trace Mineral application is that we were able to see clearly that the top row had 14 teeth, the bottom row had 6 teeth and another row of teeth left 5 marks.
I must say, if you are going to have a shark bite, and you have trace minerals, it is a pretty beautiful scar and certainly gives you a little ocean swag!
I have been a Dynamite Distributor for 13 years. I love what the products have done for myself, my dogs, cats, horses and my clients. Now I have a shark bite to add to the list of things I love about Dyamite products! If you are interested in the products or becoming a distributor, go to: www.dynamitemarketing.com/joanranquet.
For more information about Animal Communication sessions or workshops, go to: www.joanranquet.com.
May 24, 2013 at 8:49 am (Uncategorized)
Animal News from Animal Communicator, Author Joan Ranquet
May 14, 2013 at 4:54 pm (Rescue Me, The Rescue of the Week, Uncategorized)
Tags: Animal Communication, Animal Communicator, animals, black dogs, bully breeds, dog, dogs, family dog, pet, Pet psychic, pets, pit bull rescue, Pit Bulls, rescue, rescue dogs, rescue of the week, Ribsey's Refugees
Rescue of the Week welcomes
I had the pleasure of interviewing Linda McCoy of Ribsey’s Refugees on her wonderful organization. Here’s what I discovered……
What do you focus on?
Pit Bulls and Black dogs
Who are you? What kind of work do you do? Do you work with animals to begin with?
I have a free range boarding facility for large breed dogs, so, I work with dogs already.
http://www.happyhoundhotel.com/ in Sammamish, Washington.
What animal inspired you to start your rescue?
My dog Ribsey is the inspiration for the name. After being down South after Hurricane Katrina, when all I saw were Pit Bulls, and saw how misunderstood they were, that was what really got me going. I’ve always had a ‘thing’ for black dogs too. And, I’ve always loved the Labs. My comment is Pit Bulls are Labs with an edge. And, I’ve always been someone who fights for the underdog (no pun intended).
What challenges do you face?
Having very limited space and not enough qualified people to help with the dogs. I do most of it myself.
What is particular or specific about your rescue?
Let me just say that Linda McCoy is being very modest. Her ability to help an emotionally shattered dog to become a family dog is beyond anything I have seen. I personally have the best dang dog on the planet from Ribsey’s Refugees – my beloved Isabella!
Isabella was one of her black dogs that is not only part of my life, she is part of the teaching curriculum for Communication with all Life University. She holds down the couch like nobody on the planet and she is the main greeter for weekend workshops. She is also the main bag search dog – just to make sure you don’t have any unwanted sandwiches! I can’t tell you how many times a day – in my mind, I thank Linda for all she does for the animal kingdom! Look at my darling Isabella below!
If you would like to be part of Joan Ranquet’s – Random Thoughts of An Animal Communicator’s Rescue of the Week interview, please e-mail Joan @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blessings to you and your animal companions! Joan
April 30, 2013 at 10:28 pm (Product Review)
Tags: animal vitamins, dog supplements, dog vitamins, dynamite, dynamite marketing, dynamite specialty products, healthy dogs, keeping our pets healthy, pet supplements, pet vitamins, supplements, vitamins
I travel a lot to teach animal communication. Early September 2012, I started my dogs on the Dynamite Canine TNT. I have always loved Showdown (the dog vitamin). The smell alone makes the morning right, along with coffee, of course. I’ve also been a big fan of the horse TNT – a combination of my favorite vitamin, minerals, joint supplement and more. I have been hoping one day for the human and then the cat TNT – hopefully, those are future product reviews!
The last weekend of September, as usual, I am in Denver, teaching Animal Communication. On day 2, I hand out the picture of my dog Olivia for the class to connect with her remotely. It is an intimate group of about 15 and Olivia is an excellent teacher for day 2. For my students, Olivia’s picture builds confidence as she always gives the same type of message to each individual.
When it came time for feedback from the animal communication session, every person was saying: “Olivia says her coat is soft.” Something along these lines was mentioned by all members of the class. “Olivia says her coat is beautiful”. I have to be honest…..it is nice. Isabella, my black lab has a super shiny, noticeable coat. Always has. I didn’t want to tell my students that Isabella had a nicer coat, because, who am I to deny Olivia the right to feel as if she has a beautiful coat?! Right?
I leave Denver to work in North Carolina the first week of October. That following weekend, I have a Beg-Adv. Animal Communication workshop. Again, Olivia is telling the whole class how great her coat is. I think, Joan, take a deep breath…..is this the beginning of adult onset dog dementia? She’s only 10 at that time. It’s possible.
When I get back to my farm, after 2 weeks on the road, I kneel down to love on Olivia. I am blown away at how soft her coat is. She has always had a nice coat, don’t get me wrong. It’s just that Isabella has always had a stunning coat, so I didn’t want to compare in any way, shape or form. Yet, there she was, her coat so soft. And even more important to our adventurous lifestyle, her (then) 10 year old body is also so spry.
Olivia is now 11. I do rotate Omega 3’s, Turmeric and MSM on top of the Dynamite dog TNT – we go on 3 mile dog hikes 4 days a week….once a week with a large pack of dogs. She runs around this farm like she was 4. I keep up on body work by other practitioners and add in my own acupressure several mornings. The one consistent, everyday thing that keeps her super active and her coat so soft is the dynamite Canine TNT!
The dog TNT will improve anything – if you are feeding raw or if you cook for your animals. If you feed kibble or wet food – this is the ticket to making whatever you are doing even way, way better.
We have a very active life! We have lots of friends! A girl’s got to keep up with the rest of the pack, if not run it!
Here are the specifics per Dynamite:
Total Nutritional Top-dress – All-in-One Supplement for Dogs
Revolutionary Canine Nutrition
Your dogs will love taking their vitamins!
Dynamite’s Total Nutritional Top-dress, also known as Canine TNT, is revolutionary canine nutrition. It is an amazing all-in-one, easy-to-give supplement. This foundational product from Dynamite targets ultimate canine health through a synergistic combination of ingredients.
• Showdown vitamin and mineral supplement for overall health, skin and coat support
• Nutritional support of ligaments, cartilage and connective tissue with added Free & Easy
• Ground Barley Sprouts are active enzymes to help with nutrient absorption and overall immune system health
• Miracle Clay for digestion and detox
• SOD, Human Grade Medicinal Mushrooms, and Chia Seed to support immune system health
• Yeast Cell Wall Extract for amino acids
• Izmine for trace minerals, electrolytes, and bionutrients
• Yucca to reduce urine burn in lawns
• Kelp for iodine, trace minerals and chlorophyll
This formula really packs a punch, but will Fido eat it? Yes! Total Nutritional Top-dress is extremely palatable. Our product testers have reported that not only do their dogs LOVE the taste, it also exudes a favorable aroma when it’s being mixed, so the dog’s owners love it too!
Canine TNT is the perfect addition to any high-quality food. It is cutting-edge nutrition that is based on what Mother Nature intended. Transforming the dry powder into a delectable gravy is a snap. Simply mix in warm water, stir, wait a minute, and pour over your dog’s kibble.
The design of this new product stemmed after we had to discontinue Ultimate Dog Food. Our new top dress has everything Ultimate had plus many extras but without the meat and bone meal. If you want to recreate Ultimate, all you need is a good protein base, top with Total Nutritional Top-dress and you are giving your dog a perfect balance of protein, nutrients, and supplemental support.
To purchase, go to: http://www.dynamitemarketing.com/joanranquet
Blessings – Joan Ranquet
January 5, 2013 at 6:24 pm (Uncategorized)
With enough attention, perhaps people will step up to foster these 136 traumatized beings who also lost their homes due to Hurricane Sandy.
Reuters is reporting that 136 unclaimed pets at the emergency Hurricane Sandy shelter operated by the ASPCA in Brooklyn may be in danger:
Most of the owners that the ASPCA has identified live in temporary housing or with family and friends, environments that prevent them from bringing their animals home, [ASPCA spokeswoman Kelly] Krause said. A majority of the owners who had yet to claim their pets lived in the hard-hit Rockaways neighborhood in Queens.
It was too early to say whether any of the pets that remain left behind would be put down, Krause said.
Another possibility for the unclaimed pets, besides the death thing, is the ASPCA dropping them off at the pound. Which, you know, pffft.
Gee, if only the ASPCA could scrounge up the funds to take care of these pets for as long as needed. But I guess their multi-million dollar bank account…
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January 1, 2013 at 7:44 pm (Uncategorized)
Tags: "For the Love of the Horse", Animal, Animal Communication, animal communication seminars, Animal Communicator, animal news, Ann Jamieson, Chakra Awakening, Communication with All Life University, Dolphin, Dolphin trips, eco trips, Essential Guide to Crystals, Gorillas, Gorillas in Uganda, Margaret Ann Lembo, Pet psychic, World Wildlife Fund
Here is my Happy New Year Newsletter! It is sprinkled with a little wildlife news, a little of my own news, upcoming trips and workshops too. Also, this newsletter has contributions by author Ann Jamieson and Margaret Ann Lembo. Ann’s story about Jamaica the rescue horse sent to slaughter that ended up winning the Combined Driving Championship and became 2008 Horse of the Year. Jamaica is a Breyer Horse Model! Ann Jamieson is the author of “For the Love of the Horse” series.
Also included is a wonderful crystal tip by author Margaret Ann Lembo on Dalmation Jasper, a stone of relationships! Particularly, connection with our animal companions! Margaret Ann Lembo is the author of “Chakra Awakening” and soon to be released “The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals and Stones” (Llewellyn).
I have information about Gorillas in Uganda, the upcoming trip to Uganda (want to join me?!) Information on the upcoming dolphin trip in the Bahamas, and lots of weekend workshops to learn animal communication.
If you haven’t already joined my newsletter, please do! Please click below for my newsletter:
Let Your Pet Comfort You This Holiday Season. ~ Joan Ranquet | elephant journal
May 4, 2012 at 1:28 am (Random Thoughts of an Animal Communicator)
Tags: Animal Communication, Animal Communicator, found animal, lost, lost animal, lost animal tips, lost animals, lost cat, lost dog, magic, missing pet partnership
Guest blogger: Linda Joy, MSW
Joan and I first met many years ago when she came to my house to have a conversation with my new kitten. From that point we became personal friends, and as time went on we became colleagues as well. She now refers her students and clients to me for energy healing (for anyone who knows her, she’s a big advocate of internal energy clearing, emotional as well as physical!); and I refer my clients and friends to her, knowing she will be of great help working with them to heal their pets’ illnesses and undesirable behaviors.
Recently our relationship went full circle as I sought her finely-tuned communication skills to help me find my missing cat, Magic. Magic is an indoor-outdoor kitty and one Sunday I had let her out the front door as I often do. On the days I’d forget to let her back in the front door, she’d climb up the backyard fence and come into the house through the pet door. However, one day about a month ago I noticed around dinner time that she hadn’t come back in. With one of those horrible realizations, I remembered my new fence that was put up and thought she might not be able to climb it. It was now dark outside, dinnertime, and I knew if Magic wasn’t back it was because she wasn’t able to get back for some reason.
I called Joan for intuitive communication help, and she tuned in to Magic right away. Joan said she “saw” Magic trying to climb up a fence. She said she wasn’t far from the house, but was possibly scared, disoriented, and hiding. Joan said because she was likely close by, it would be best to personally contact my neighbors and also ask them if I could check their backyards. The temperature was in the 30’s that evening, and I was half frozen walking door to door on my block. But with predators and freezing temperatures outside, I knew I couldn’t wait until morning. Although even if it had been daylight, because Joan sensed Magic wasn’t far, she stressed that personal contact with the neighbors would be the first step. Having Joan’s intuitive sense that Magic wasn’t too far was really critical information in highlighting what initially needed to be done.
I walked down my very dark block with my flashlight, knocking on doors and meeting neighbors I had never met before (one of the upsides of all of this!), looking in their backyards once I had permission. No Magic. I called Joan when I returned home and she asked if I had checked with the neighbor behind my house. I hadn’t, since I hadn’t thought Magic would even know to travel around the block to get there (she rarely goes far). But I trusted Joan’s inner sight and called the neighbor behind me. Sure enough, he had seen Magic that afternoon trying to get up the fence from his side. But she got spooked by another neighbor’s leaf blower and ran away. So I headed back outside in the dark to go door to door on that block as well. At 9pm I stopped at the last house and met a man named John. I described Magic and mentioned where I lived, checked his yard and headed back home cold and disappointed.
There was nothing more I could do at that point – other than pray, which I did! – so I headed to the computer. Joan had recommended I look at the website http://www.missingpetpartnership.org/index.php for lost pet information and tips. It’s a terrific website with tips on finding pets based on their particular personality, whether they’re indoor/outdoor, etc. The site also offers, for a fee, an actual search in the Seattle area with specially trained dogs. I was exploring their suggestions and making a plan for the next morning when the doorbell rang around 11pm. Standing outside the door was my neighbor John, wearing no coat and holding Magic! He had gone outside to get his cat and in the yard next door he saw not only his cat, but Magic. His cat, or possibly the cold, or both, apparently drew her out of her hiding place. The dear man didn’t want to go get his coat and have Magic disappear so he picked her up and walked over to my house. I was so happy I gave him a huge hug!
I learned some important things from my missing cat episode: 1) contact a skilled animal communicator like Joan who will give vital clues as to where and how to begin the most appropriate kind of search; 2) depending on my pet’s personality and habits, different search methods are used (see http://www.missingpetpartnership.org/index.php); 3) if I do the hard work that’s necessary up front, there’s greater potential for a happy ending; 4) no matter how much she meows, don’t let Magic out the front door anymore!!