Gayle Nastasi is a professional animal communicator and author who enjoys writing about animal and pet issues, eclectic spirituality, and related (and not so related) topics. She is published in children's literature, and produces her own animal communication email newsletter.
Gayle's degree in animal sciences, her many years working in the field of professional animal care, her experience as a licensed wildlife rehabilitator, and her long history as an animal care professional, have given her a vast field of reference to draw from, and a unique perspective on the world.
Gayle is also a professional pet psychic, is trained in the psychic sciences and is an experienced medium. She has a broad base of knowledge on topics of spirituality, the paranormal, Native American studies, and numerous other fields of interest to modern readers.
Her love of writing and language brings professional polish to her words. Her work has appeared in popular publications like Spider Magazine for children, and reached quarter-final status in the illustrious L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest. In 2010, the first of a series of mystery novels for young readers, The Corpse That Wasn't There, was published by Fehrman Books. The series has since been orphaned by the publisher but is being continued via other venues. The second book, Wild Wings of Danger, is also available, and the third book was released in March of 2013. The title is In The Willow's Shade.
The American Goldfinch is a well-known visitor to backyards in the United States and Canada. The bright yellow coloring of the male in the breeding season makes them stand out boldly, and their cheery song brings its own form of summer sunshine. This article will teach readers more about these delightful birds, and enhance the bird-watcher's enjoyment of the species. | Read More →Words: 1160 Downloads: 0 Category: Pets and Animals By: GayzeStarr
Modern canine behavioral science has shown that the old theories of dominance and force training are outdated and often cruel. Truly savvy dog trainers today use positive reinforcement training to help dogs enjoy learning. Positive training not only leads to a happy dog, but it deepens the relationship between dog and human in wonderful ways. This article introduces the dog owner to positive reinforcement training. | Read More →Words: 906 Downloads: 2 Category: Dogs By: GayzeStarr
Cats are the ultimate hunters. Pet cats, however, often exhibit problems due to the need to suppress that hunting behavior. Bring out the best in your cat, and help her through stress, anxiety and behavioral issues, by incorporating interactive playtime (Play Therapy) into your daily routine. This article will lead cat-guardians through the need for play, the benefits of daily play-time with their cat, and show them the tricks and secrets to get the most out of the game. With Play Therapy, cat-guardians can help their feline friends take a walk on the wild side! | Read More →Words: 1405 Downloads: 2 Category: Cats By: GayzeStarr
Cat lovers will do anything for their feline friends, but one area in which this may prove difficult is knowing when kitty needs help controlling pain. Cats can be very stoic, hiding their pain out of survival instinct. If a pet parent knows the signs to look for, they can bring fast comfort to their cat. This article lists the most common signs of pain in cats, thereby giving the cat´s guardian a head start toward providing relief. | Read More →Words: 1002 Downloads: 2 Category: Cats By: GayzeStarr
Puppies are a true joy. They are fun and entertaining, cuddly and sweet. They also grow up to be dogs. While some puppy behavior may be adorable in a baby, in an adult dog the same behaviors can lead to problems. This is why it helps to start training a puppy when it is young. A well-behaved puppy grows up to be a well-behaved dog. This article provides some basic suggestions to get your puppy started out on the right paw. | Read More →Words: 1161 Downloads: 1 Category: Dogs By: GayzeStarr
If you are a bird lover, you´ll want to provide a special place for your feathered friends to visit. Learn ways, from simple to complex, to turn your yard into a true backyard bird sanctuary. | Read More →Words: 1570 Downloads: 1 Category: Pets and Animals By: GayzeStarr
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