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September 2, 2008

Hypnosis For Dogs?

Filed under: John Morgan's Blog — John Morgan @ 8:34 am

We just released our latest and most interesting CD – Hypnosis for Dogs.

More amazing than the CD are the comments or looks on peoples’ faces when you tell them or show them the title. Their faces screw up; they raise an eyebrow, laugh aloud, or shake their head like the guys in white coats can’t be that far away.

Rather than explain it, I invite you to read about it at

There is a lot of guilt going on with the modern day dog owner. It stems from leaving their dog home along for extended periods of time while they have to go out and make a living. Many people attempt to assuage that guilt by buying their dog a CD filled with chirping birds and pet sounds of all sorts, or they put on Animal Planet on the TV to keep their dog company while they are away. I don’t want to add to anyone’s guilt, but there is no evidence that either one of those practices work.

Hypnosis for Dogs has a scientific base to end your dog’s “separation anxiety” and add to its health. Again, if you want to read about it, go to

I wanted to put this product out years ago based solely on my own personal experience with getting dogs to relax and calm down using the phenomenon of hypnosis. That wasn’t enough for me. I needed more substantiation. It was my business partner, John Leslie who delved into the research and presented it in such compelling terms, that I knew I had to finally offer the product.

We have never offered a money back guarantee on any of our products because we find that many people who return a product never use it and claim it doesn’t work. I encourage you to read my blog post from January of 2008 that explains this practice.

I’m so certain you will take this CD out of the shrink wrap and put it in the player and get results, that we will offer our first money back guarantee ever on Hypnosis for Dogs. This is an amazing product and I am more than proud to put my name on it.

Special thanks go out to a few people who helped make this CD come together – Our fabulous graphic designer, Philip Chow, my good pal, Dick Durante who composed and performed the psycho-acoustic music that you’ll hear on the CD, and Diane Miller who threw her crutches away and hopped on one casted foot to capture pictures of our beloved dog, Snuffy who appears on the cover of Hypnosis for Dogs.

If you are a dog lover or have a friend or family member who is, you’ll want to introduce them to Hypnosis for Dogs. They will thank you forever.

All the best,


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September 1, 2008

Artificial Dates

Filed under: John Morgan's Blog — John Morgan @ 7:47 am

For many, today is the last look at Summer 2008. If Memorial Day is the unofficial beginning of Summer, then Labor Day unofficially ends it. Regarding Summer, it seems we rush it in and then push it out.

We’re like the horticulturist who forces flowers to bloom early for the February flower show in the northeast. We seem to always want to rush a natural cycle. Reminds me of an expression my mother-in-law had. She would say that fever blisters were “3 days coming, 3 days here and 3 days going.” Have you noticed how many ineffective potions there are on the market to try and rush that cycle?

We are such an impatient species. We want to be millionaires by the time we’re 40 or have children before a certain age. We put way too much pressure on ourselves to produce magic by a magic date.

Dates are also the artificial cloak of cultural conditioning. How many ads have you seen or heard with the words “Summer Fun?” The presupposition is that when Summer is over, the fun goes out the window. Fall type ads remind us to keep our hair from changing color. Botox is used to keep Winter away. And Viagra is an artificial attempt to elongate Spring among other things.

We expend so much energy in not being where we are. It’s no wonder the groundhog is camera shy.

Take a moment today and just appreciate something about the day. In fact, if you’re looking for real magic, do that at least once a day, everyday – no matter what.

What does this day have to offer you that you can get nowhere else but right now? Seize the opportunity to celebrate the moment no matter what the calendar says.

As The Grasshopper has said, “A quality life is made of quality moments.” Stop looking at the calendar and begin feeling the present moment. It has a way of making time stand still.

All the best,


P.S. If you are a dog lover, I think you’ll have special interest in a new CD I have released. It’s been labeled the “Ultimate Health and Training Tool for Your Best Friend.” If you’re curious, Click Here to find out more.

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