Does anyone else believe in animal possession?

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  1. Lee Lee 513 profile image62
    Lee Lee 513posted 5 years ago

    Does anyone else believe in animal possession?

    My dog seemed like two different animals at times. She would be this submissive dog and friendly. She would in the next few minutes act like she was going to take you're arm off over weird things like once it was the pony tali holder, I  just took out of my hair. I started touching her with our Bible because they say that when possessed, they can't stand anything religious. Jesus cast legion into pigs. I'm not sure about animals possession but she was not right.

  2. smartknowledge profile image84
    smartknowledgeposted 5 years ago

    No, I don't. Just like humans have different emotions and sides to them, so can animals - I believe that's just the way it is.

  3. Faithful Daughter profile image83
    Faithful Daughterposted 5 years ago

    Before I'd come to any conclusion of possession or supernatural causes, I would first observe my pet to see what could be the cause (other than possession) of his/her aggressiveness. If it continues, take her to a vet to see if there is something going on with her health. Animals when sick can sometimes behave aggressively even towards their beloved masters. For example, the pet can be suffering from a tooth ache or other illness that can cause negative reactions/moods just as it would in a human. Pray for her but take her to a vet for a check up if it continues.

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      Rayne123posted 5 years agoin reply to this


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    sheilamyersposted 5 years ago

    I do believe animals can be possessed. Is that your dogs problem? I agree with Faithful. Keep an eye on when these changes take place as there may be something little setting her off. She may be responding to some little movement you make that you don't even notice. A visit to the vet may be necessary to determine if there is something more wrong.

  5. Lee Lee 513 profile image62
    Lee Lee 513posted 5 years ago

    We did take her to the vet but after she started biting people, we had to have her put down. I loved her but she bit me twice and my son on a couple occasions. We may have accepted the situation but we had a small young boy next door, who would go behind the fence. He was only around 5 and if she went after him. She also attacked another family member who came to visit. We got her at the ASPA and at 11 months she was already aggressive about her food. I've had many dogs and none were ever aggressive this young. She had everything when we got her fleas, both types of mites and worms. We medicated her and she was healthy, we then had her fixed.

    1. Faithful Daughter profile image83
      Faithful Daughterposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I'm sorry that the dog was put down, but I'm confused. Was the dog already dead when you posted this? Your question was of animal possession. You didn't say she was biting. Did you put her down because of fear of possession or of aggressiveness?

  6. deecoleworld profile image77
    deecoleworldposted 5 years ago

    Anything is possible so why not? ...... By the way maybe your dog is a gemini ....or maybe there is a dark entity around you or your house

    1. Lee Lee 513 profile image62
      Lee Lee 513posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      There was a dark entity problem in my old house, the house was over 100 years old and there was a endless pit in the back yard.


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