One of America's most respected & esteemed animal communicators, specializing in the behavior of cats, dogs, horses, and exotic species.
What is Animal Communication?
Animal Communication is a thought-to-thought exchange or transference of information or data.
Why should I use an Animal Communicator?
The experience of connection between humans and animals is powerful. We love and are loved by our animal companions. This bond can be so strong that we become emotionally attached to our animals. Due to this attachment, it's often difficult to be objective.
All animals are thinking. They think in particular ways; What they see, what they feel, what they want and don't want, what they like and don't like. Animals have experiences and sensations which their humans minimize, maximize, or misinterpret.
The value of using an Animal Communicator is objectivity. An Animal Communicator has no agenda, no preconceived notion, no desire for any particular outcome.
How can an Animal Communicator help my animal?
After your veterinarian has been consulted and you still aren't sure what to do, don't know what the animal wants, or don't know how badly the animal feels, an Animal Communicator can:
- Eliminate confusion by giving voice to what the animal is trying to communicate
- Solve issues of emotional upset in the animal, as people often do not read what the animal wants correctly
- Communicate the why behind growling, sadness, ill health, aggression, inappropriate conduct, etc.
- Help animals and people better understand and know their purpose together
- Get to the bottom of new or troubling behavior
- Find a missing animal and lead him or her home
- Assist in animal and client end-of-life decisions
When should I use an Animal Communicator?
An Animal Communicator should be utilized to find out what your animal wants, thinks, feels, desires, hopes for, or misses. Once a vet has ruled out physical causes, an Animal Communicator may also be used to solve issues of emotional upset.
It is important to note that Animal Communicators do not make medical diagnoses of any kind. Vets are the only ones qualified to do so through tried and true scientific approaches such as blood tests, x-rays, scans, etc. If your pet is sick, your first call must be to the vet.
During your vet visit, find out what the animal communicator needs to inquire about. Animals have intrinsic understandings of their bodies and a readiness to exit this world. These sacred cues are often missed by the loving and dedicated guardian.
How do I prepare for a session?
Before the Session:
- Call to set up your appointment or click here to schedule online.
- Be completely uninterrupted and free from all the distractions of the day - no cell phone, computer, TV, etc.
- Sit quietly with the animal.
- Pre-write all of the questions you need answered by the Animal Communicator.
During the Session:
- Have a notepad and pen ready to document the 50 minute telephone communication session. Recording devices are also permitted.
- Be prepared for the animal to both ask and answer questions.
- Please note: Only the person directly responsible for the animal- the primary caregiver and decision maker- can be on the communication session call.