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    Nancy Kaiser, Animal Communicator And Author Of ‘Tales Of An Animal Communicator’ To Appear At NC Fundraiser For Rottweilers

     
    Nancy Kaiser, animal communicator and author of ‘Tales Of An Animal Communicator: Master Teachers’ will appear at the Wag N' Wine Fundraiser to be held in Mocksville, NC on April 6, 2013. The fundraiser will be sponsored by Rottweiler Hearts Rescue (RHR) and Misty Creek Vineyard and Winery. The fundraiser will feature games, vendors, food, music, a silent auction and much more.

    On April 7, 2013, Kaiser will attend Black Dog Appreciation Day & Black Dog Walk in Charlotte, NC to bring awareness to 'black dog syndrome'. 'Black dog syndrome' is a situation affecting both black dogs and black cats. These animals tend to be looked over in shelters due to their black coloring.

    "Learning about black dog syndrome," Kaiser stated, "was shocking. To think that black dogs and cats are passed over at shelters simply because of their color saddened me. Over the years, I have had Black Labs and black barn cats that were treasured members of my family. To think of my life without them is impossible. It is because of them I jumped at the opportunity to help bring awareness to this important cause. Adopters might be missing out on the perfect pet for their families simply because the animal was born with a black coat of hair. Wouldn’t that be a shame?"

    In her role as an animal communicator, Nancy Kaiser demonstrates that learning to communicate with animals can lead to a better understanding and a deeper relationship with pets. Communication with animals through an animal communication consultant is important in regards to facilitating healing, increasing understanding between people and their pets and in the development of solutions for behavioral problems.

    Her latest book, ‘Tales Of An Animal Communicator’, chronicles the tales of the remarkable animals that taught Nancy Kaiser that she was destined to be an animal communicator and healer. Having left pharmacy to manage her equine hospital and breeding farm in central New Jersey, she found that astonishing animals and events began entering her life. From her life on Fair Chance Farm, through her move to the mountains of North Carolina, the lessons and unconditional love of the extraordinary animals that surround this gifted woman has astounded readers.

    The Wag 'N Wine Fundraising event will be held at Misty Creek Vineyard & Winery, 710 Wyo Road, Mocksville, NC on Saturday, April 6, 2013 from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Admission is free to the public. The Black Dog Appreciation Day & Black Dog Walk will be held on Sunday, April 7, 2013 from 9am to 12 Noon at the Shops at Piper Glen at 6414 Rea Rd. in Charlotte, NC.

    Nancy Kaiser is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at nancy@nancykaiseranimalcommunicator.com. ‘Tales Of An Animal Communicator: Master Teachers’ is available at Nancy Kaiser’s website, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords and Kobo. A portion of the proceeds are donated to Watauga Humane Society, Noah’s Wish and The Wild Horse Sanctuary. More information is available at Nancy Kaiser’s website.

    About Nancy Kaiser:

    Nancy Kaiser is dedicated to bridging the chasm that has developed between people and animals. As an Animal Communication Consultant she offers a total healing program addressing all levels: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. She has made a commitment to the animals to help them live happy and harmonious lives with their people.

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