Animal Communication

Understand frustrating problems

from your pet's point of view

Many of us talk to our animal companions, mentally or out loud. Is it so hard to believe animals can talk back? Animal voices are all around us. According to biologist Rupert Sheldrake,* many animals have large vocabularies, although most don't have the anatomy required to use spoken words. But they still communicate all the time. All beings are born with the innate ability to communicate telepathically. Humans, though, learn early on to rely on speech. Non-human species continue to use telepathy to communicate with each other, with other animal species, and with us. When you become attuned to the animals that visit your waking life and your dreams, you will find they are willing to share their wisdom. We need only to stop and listen.

What is your animal friend trying to tell you?

If your animal friend is experiencing problems, or staring at you, he or she may be trying to communicate with you.  Humans want to be heard and understood, and so do animals. Feeling misunderstood can be frustrating for animals, and can result in behavioral and other problems. As an animal communicator, I have developed my natural ability to intuitively connect with animals and hear what they have to say. This ability has helped me work with many people and animals to help them reach greater clarity and understanding, and to pinpoint their problems so they can move forward in peace. People seek my assistance:

  • to discover the cause of their pets' behavioral problems (i.e. urinating all over the house, chewing the furniture, barking excessively) so they can find a way to help;
  • when considering adopting an animal, to discern which is the best fit for your home, family, children, and other pets, as well as for the animal being considered – including the animal’s thoughts about his or her name;
  • when animals in the household don't get along, to uncover the 'why' of the problems and frustration, and learn ways to cultivate a peaceful environment;
  • to learn why behavior has changed suddenly, or why an animal is upset and distant when his or her family returns from a trip, and understand what can be done to help heal the situation;
  • to eliminate the guesswork and hear directly from an animal whether he or she is ready to leave this life, or wants to stay longer;
  • to learn how your animal companion feels about his or her life with you, your purpose together, and if there is a message your companion would like to relay to you.

How Does Animal Communication Work?

Animal communication is deep listening, a heart-to-heart and mind-to-mind connection that is based on trust and respect of one being for another. We can talk about your concerns by phone or in person. In a free 30-minute introductory conversation by phone or email, we will go over the areas of your concern and discern how we can best work together. Then, a phone consultation follows this general pattern:

  • Send me a photo of your animal companion, either a print or by email. It also is helpful to know the age and sex of the animal, if it has been neutered/spayed, and if there are other animals in the household.
  • Send or tell me your questions/concerns. Depending on the areas of concern, I may need additional information.
  • I will then establish a telepathic connection with your animal friend. It is not necessary to be in the same room – the telepathic link can be established whether the animal being addressed is nearby or halfway around the world. The animal may be in body or have transitioned into spirit.
  • You and I will set a time for a phone conversation. I will relay what your animal has to say, and you may want to ask additional questions of your animal friend at that time.

This is a guideline. The process for each consultation varies depending on the needs of the person and the animal(s). When animal communication is combined with Reiki, the whole being of your animal companion is addressed.

Important Note – If your companion animal is ill or in pain, please seek veterinary assistance. The services described here are complementary to medical help, but are not a substitute for veterinary medical treatment. * Scientist Rupert Sheldrake has done extensive research with animals, and determined that many recognize hundreds of words. His research includes studies of how animals anticipate human behavior in the absence of auditory or visual cues.