Have you ever experienced behavior in your dog that makes you wonder: Is There Such a Thing As Dog Telepathy? I recently had surgery plus rehab where I was away from home for over 3 weeks. My wife said that the day I came home, the dogs were very excited and hyper, from the time they started the day until I came home several hours later. So was it telepathy where they were picking up thoughts from me, or maybe just sensitivity to vibes they were getting from my wife’s behavior and thoughts?
There are arguments on both sides of the issue. Not many people today believe in anything that appears to be in areas of the supernatural. In fact, many are skeptical. But Debora Poynter of Green Bay claims and proves to be an animal communicator who speaks to clients through telepathy and counsels them. And she does this, of course, without the help of the five senses, but with a ‘sixth sense’.
Is There Such a Thing As Dog Telepathy?
It works like this: customers with pets pay her for talking to their pets, much like fortune tellers. In sessions, she usually talks to her clients on the phone, because she believes that talking to them face to face is distracting for the pets. She and the pets exchange mental images, and according to her, she has communicated mentally with a client from Los Angeles, which is about 1,760 miles away.
Poynter says that telepathy is our true first language, and that all of us humans, including animals, can practice it, but only some of us know how to use it. “I guess I got the gift of remembering how to do it.” She adds. Having contacted more than 200 animals to date, which includes dogs, cats, fishes, squirrels, and many other pets, her sessions are mostly held at local fundraising events for animals.
People often contact her for counseling and eliminating bad behaviors among their pets. First, she asks the animal a question, and then the conversation runs through smoothly. According to Poynter, “Some animals are very chatty and some aren’t”.
There was one customer whom Poynter told exact details about her cat who died, even before the communicator asked anything about the cat. For instance, she told the customer that the cat admits to pushing over its master in the garden, and the customer verified that that had actually happened.
Poynter is a natural animal lover, and has helped on various pro-animal activities and fund raisers. Her animal telepathy roots from her former dog named Cinnamon. When she met Asia Voight, a known animal communicator, in 2005, she sensed beforehand that the pit bull and beagle mix had a nasty experience of being forced to fighting other dogs, and this was the same thing that Voight told her. Because of this, Poynter decided to study under Voight’s guidance.
Some research studies seem to verify that dogs (and wolves) are born with a certain amount of telepathic ability, which only gets better over time. Here’s what an article on the Discovery.com news website says about the issue:
Dogs are so in tune with us that they can read our minds, according to a new Learning & Behavior study that also determined canines are probably born with the ability.
Practice makes perfect, however, so the more a dog hangs around humans, the better he or she becomes at “canine telepathy,” which actually relies upon hyperawareness of the senses.
When it comes to accuracy, Poynter seems to even be skeptical about what’s happening, as she says that the message isn’t always accurate when she communicates with them, especially with her own animals. “It’s like, ‘Did I feel that, or is it just what I want to hear?” she says.
Aside from curing strange animal behaviors, clients also ask for her help with regards to health issues or some questions on deceased pets. According to Poynter, animals act the same as humans; some are too stubborn, but some are easy to deal with. “A lot of times your animal’s behavior will reflect yours. So you kind of have to watch what you’re doing,” she says. This is where obedience training comes in, but that’s a different story.
So, Is There Such a Thing As Dog Telepathy? What do you think? Share your thoughts below.