I firmly believe that pet owners would benefit from hearing and learning about how to deal with the joy, love, and ultimate loss of a beloved animal friend.
CLEVELAND (PRWEB) March 03, 2015
For many, the love of a pet lives on long past the beloved animal’s death. Animal communicator and healer Diane Weinmann helps pet owners see that death does not have to be the end.
After guiding a special dog named Hope through animal hospice and reincarnation, Weinmann was inspired to share the healing techniques she used to make Hope’s death as painless as possible for Hope and her family.
Weinmann’s new book, “A Tail of Hope’s Faith,” shares the techniques available to improve the quality of life for animals with illnesses that range from minor to terminal. Weinmann writes from a personal knowledge of love, devotion, animal communication and healing that marries traditional veterinary care with holistic healing.
By sharing the practical application of alternative healing to pet care, including healing crystals, aromatherapy, and Reiki energy healing, Weinmann urges pet owners to help their pets in whatever ways necessary. She wants readers to understand that pets have just as much of a right to be consulted on their life’s wishes.
“I firmly believe that pet owners would benefit from hearing and learning about how to deal with the joy, love, and ultimate loss of a beloved animal friend,” Weinmann said.
For more information, visit http://theloveofanimals.com
“A Tail of Hope’s Faith”
By: Diane Weinmann
Available in softcover (12.99), hardcover (30.95), e-book (3.99)
Available on amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and bookstore.balboapress.com
About the Author:
Diane Weinmann has more than 10 years experience as a professional animal communicator and alternative therapy provider. As a local of the Cleveland area, she spends her free time participating in many animal support organizations including establishing and facilitating a Pet Loss Support Group, JoyCares Personalized Pet Care and the Parma Animal Shelter. A portion of the proceeds from “A Tail of Hope’s Faith” will be donated to the Parma Animal shelter. She is also a contributor to Dog’s Naturally and Animal Wellness Magazine.