Animal Communication

Animals communicate with each other all the time, even cross-species. They use non-verbal communication skills or telepathic communication. As children, many of us innately knew our animal companions could understand what we were saying and we communicated with them freely. As we became older and our minds were trained to work in different ways and most of us forgot how to communicate telepathically. This can be retrained and in fact is how I communicate with animals. It is of great value to be able to “hear” what is going on from the animals point of view along with their human’s point of view. It can be enlightening to understand what an animal has come to teach us. With Animal Communication, you will gain a deeper understanding of your companion that generally results in more harmony. Our animals long to be heard and acknowledged. In an animal communication session, your animal friend will know that you are communicating with him or her. Just knowing you care so deeply about them can often bring about change. Working together with your animal companion, you can find a solution to almost any problem.

How Can Animal Communication Help My Animal Companion?
You can gain insight into your companion’s behavioral problems and often change them as a result. Some examples of behavioral problems that can be helped include barking, biting and housebreaking challenges. Let your pet know about upcoming changes in his or her environment. By letting your companion know about upcoming changes, they can be better prepared, as well as share their feelings about it with you. The two of you can have a two-way conversation, through me, to discuss these changes and make the transition as easy and smooth as possible for your pet. Some examples of these changes may be going on vacation, a change in your daily schedule, moving, people coming to visit or moving into the home, etc. Find out what he or she thinks or feels about any situation… is he happy? Is he getting enough attention? Is there anything your companion would like from you that she isn’t getting? How does she feel about other animals in the home (or a new one entering the home)? Prepare your animal companion and yourself for the difficult decision about your pet’s soul leaving the body. Knowing his or her wishes can make the incredibly painful time a little easier for the both of you. You can ask your animal friend if he or she is ready to leave the body; if he is in pain and wants pain medication; if your pet needs anything from you before they leave; and how much longer he plans on staying in the body.

What Can I Expect from an Animal Communication Session?
The process for your Animal Communication Session is a simple 4-step process, which allows me to connect with your animal friend, so you can communicate with him, with me acting as an intermediary. With this process, you can gain insights about your pet as well as get any questions answered that you would like.

Step 1. Schedule your Animal Communication session here.

Step 2. Prior to your appointment, you’ll receive a request for a description of your pet including the type of animal, breed, color, name, and a photo. A photo is recommended to help me better connect with your animal friend. Also include a list of any issues and/or questions you have that you would like to talk with your pet about. If there are multiple pets, it is often helpful to speak with each of them, at least briefly. When one pet isn’t included, he/she can feel hurt and left out. Also, other pets can often give you insight as to what is going on with his animal family.

Step 3. If the session is remote, simply call or log into Skype or another video conferencing platform at your appointment time (the call in number or appropriate link will be sent to you in your confirmation email.)

Step 4. I will connect with your animal companion and begin the two-way communication between the two of you. You may ask questions that may come up for you which were not in the email you sent, as conversations usually have an organic nature to them. I will let you know what your animal companion tells me, and then you can respond, just like a regular conversation.

Step 5. The conversation with your pet is concluded, being sure that each of you has said and asked everything you wanted. We will conclude with thanking each member of your animal family for speaking with us.