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toni mcconnel toni mcconnel wrote on April 27, 2021 at 7:58 pm
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Modena Barton Modena Barton from Murfreesboro, Tennessee wrote on February 26, 2017 at 6:41 pm
I rarely use email. I just need to know where I can go to purchase a service dog. I have had ms for years and fall often. We have decided that this will be my best idea.
Admin Reply by: ArkLadySupport
We do not have anything to do with service dogs so no idea. You can get all the information I have here:
Stephanie VanderPloeg Stephanie VanderPloeg from Caledonia, MI wrote on December 18, 2016 at 6:12 pm
I am 40 with MS, FM, gastroparesis and asthma. Thank you for the work you do to help MS patients. You are fulfillling a need that many of us are having a hard time finding. Thank you!!
Admin Reply by: ArkLadySupport
Thanks so much. Glad that it is helpful and blessing to you!
Teresita Teresita from Totowa wrote on October 4, 2016 at 11:29 am
Thanks for your book Blessing of the Animals. I have now used it as reference in my ministry in the local church for two years. Blessings to you and all your ventures!
Admin Reply by: ArkLadySupport
Thanks for your lovely comment. Glad to hear that this book has helped. It is still touring around the globe!
Paige Paige from ARKlady wrote on September 12, 2016 at 8:57 pm
Hi, I saw your article about the service dogs for MS. My sister has an auto immune disorder and is still not fully diagnosed. All of the muscles in her entire body will lock up and she is unable to move and in a lot of pain. After, she is very weak and needs assistance moving for a few hours/days. Is it possible for a dog to be trained to alert her before her muscles seize up? The support part (like in the MS post) would be very beneficial as well. Any comments would be great. Thank you!
Admin Reply by: ArkLadySupport
Paige, Thanks for leaving a note but it more appropriate that you reach out to someone who is involved in MS and related efforts. The article on the MS service dogs was done some time ago and has resources for the dogs but it is not something I have knowledge or expertise in. Wishing you luck in your search.
terese oosterbaan terese oosterbaan from i volunteer with cats wrote on October 17, 2014 at 9:02 pm
Guess what I am about to graduate from a course in cat psychology and training All I have to do is one lesson and project and I can sit for my exam in cat psychology and training. I am learning about the psychology and the behavior of cats. I would do good in the areas of cat socializing and enrichment. I am having trouble a job. most places do not hire people to pet and play with cats. I love cats that I am willing to continue volunteer. I am finding out the only places hire people to walk dogs and clean cages. I am physically handicapped however I have a way with cats. I am wondering if you ever offer a certificate course in the areas of cat socializing, enrichment, and playing with cats cats are beautiful I love cats very deeply I feel honored and humble from terese the cat lover
terese oosterbaan terese oosterbaan from united states wrote on May 28, 2014 at 6:27 pm
hello this is terese I am impressed I wish to thank you very much I have narrowed my field by three areas and that is observation daily of the cats that are in my care the second choice is enrichment for shelter cats and providing play therapy for animal shelter cats I am unable to clean cages and walk dogs how I do really well in the three areas cat behavior observing, enrichment for animal shelter cats and providing play therapy for animal shelter cats I want to thank you very much cats are beautiful I love cats I want to thank you very much If you have any feedback for me feel free to respond like you did to me in an earlier question also if you offer any classes I will be the first person to take a class from you are a beautiful person from a grateful cat lover terese
Mary Chase Mary Chase from Louisville, Kentucky, USA wrote on August 7, 2012 at 4:45 pm
Can you please tell me what kind of education/ training one needs to be in your field? I have been working for almost 30 years as a speech-language pathologist. But my real love is animals. How do I go about getting into this field ? Thank you! Your response is greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Mary Chase
Zephan Zephan wrote on October 18, 2011 at 3:08 am
Hi, I am currently doing a report on the deforestation of the mountain lion's natural habitat. I found your page helpful, but I am also having a hard time finding out about what would happen to the environment if the mountain lion went extinct. Is there any information/opinions you could give me?
Ruth Ruth from Ark Animals wrote on March 26, 2011 at 2:03 am
I just wanted to say thanks for all the articles you have been writing about animal training. They've been interesting and helpful. I enjoy when you share some of your stories.