These two didn't like each other at first. Bean is the little Yorkie on the left and Chico is the long haired Chihuahua. Bean is a rescue dog and Chico has been with the family since a puppy. I got a call from my friend Jeannie saying Bean was attacking Chico. It was getting to the point that Bean would be asleep in her lap and he would jump up out of a dead sleep and attack Chico. It was getting so bad that they thought they may have to give Bean away. He was violently attacking Chico. Jeannie knew I was a certified Emotion Code Practitioner and asked if there was something that could be done for Bean. She was very worried that because he was a rescue that he may have a lot of emotional baggage.
I asked if I could talk to them first and get their side of the story. Which meant I needed to talk to both of them. Of course, she agreed. My first contact was with Bean. My first impression was that he was a very sweet dog but very depressed. He was a little sad and very guarded. I always like to get to know them and ask about their favorite toys, what their bed looks like, etc. The minute I mentioned bed he showed me his bed and made sure I knew that was his bed. He showed me a round sheepskin bed with brown edges where he takes socks or stuffed animals to chew on. He felt secure and safe there. When people would come over he always went to his bed. I asked him if he knew he was beautiful and he said yes. I asked why he attacked Chico and I heard "he stole my bed."
Before I talked to Chico I asked Jeannie about the bed and she admitted that she had given the old bed to Chico and bought Bean a new one thinking he would like it better never realizing it would cause a fight. She also admitted that the fighting started right about the time she did that.
I then talked to Chico and he came across very frustrated with the whole thing. He was a happy dog and wanted to know what was all the fuss about. He thought Bean was being bossy and since he lived there first he was the boss. He is very independent and likes what he likes. He loves his daddy and is his lap dog. I asked him to show me his bed and he showed the same bed Bean showed me. AND THERE WAS THE PROBLEM! That was Bean's bed first and Chico now slept in it. This made Bean very upset and Chico knew that it did and he taunted Bean because he knew it would upset him which in turn caused Bean to attack him.
I asked Jeannie to get rid of the bed and get Chico a new one too. This helped a lot but the feelings were still raw. I released a ton of trapped emotions from Bean from depression, shock, frustration, abandonment, betrayal, lost, failure, panic and too many to list here. I worked on him for a couple of days in hopes that his feelings towards Chico would ease up.
All was going well for a couple of weeks with no fighting until I got a call one day from Jeannie with desperation in her voice saying that Bean had attacked Chico again while he was just sitting on the couch and Chico was asleep on the floor. I asked her what was she thinking about at that time and she admitted that she had been thinking of how nice it was they were getting along and weren't fighting anymore. In other words, she saw them fighting in her mind. So Bean reacted to her thoughts and jumped and attacked Chico. I told her I would talk to them again to see if there was anything I could do. Sometimes just letting them know I hear them is enough to correct the problem. As I was calling in Bean, Chico jumped into my mind and said "I didn't do anything." He was making sure I wasn't going to blame him for the fight. (talk about guilty conscious). But when I talked to Bean he said that Chico was still taunting him and causing the fights.
I explained to Jeannie that she needed to give them both a time out when that happened and to change her way of thinking to peace and tranquility in the home with them both being loved and admired. And she did. It's been several years now and all is going well in their household. No more fights-or very few now. Between the animal communication and releasing the trapped emotions that Bean had been carrying around it changed his life, their lives and brought about peace in the family.
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