It Is Your Fault Your Pet Doesn’t Like You !

The Name Of Your Pet Affects Its Personality

Our best friends have different hearing frequencies than we do. When we call our pets, if their names don’t vibrate within their hearing frequency range, it may add confusion and they will have a negative sensation.

For instance, if you have a Pit bull dog and you name him “Ruff”, the combination of the letter “R” and the first vowel “U” will sound like you are growling at him, and every time you call his name, he will have a negative sensation, leading to an undesirable behavior. 

The name used for a pet can have a great impact on its personality and character. Most importantly, it can determine much of its behavior. 

Numerology for Pets is a book which teaches the readers the basics of numerology and how to analyze their pets’ names, including which vowels and consonants pets will react positively to. It is all done by numbers in easy and uncomplicated calculations. The reader will be amazed with the results. 

Animals have emotions which are affected by our words and actions. We have a responsibility to make them feel good, so pay attention to how you call your pet. His unpleasant behavior may be your fault. 

http://www.numerologyforpets.com

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About petnames

Giana Rosetti is an Electrical Engineer and Project Manager and co-author of Numerology For Pets book. She involved in various animal causes. Her main purpose is to raise awareness of some animal groups by sharing their success stories to my friends and to the world. Giana also knows numerology and astrology!
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