How Can Animal Communication Help Me And My Animal(s)?
Animal communication gives us the opportunity to have a greater understanding of our animals, whatever species they are, and improve our relationships with them.
Sometimes people feel that their animal is trying to tell them something but they just can't work out what it is. Sometimes people ask for help because they feel they have exhausted all options, or they have started to feel anxious about being with their animals and may feel they are unable to cope with certain behaviours.
Animal Communication can often help with:
Understanding emotional and behavioural issues of our animals and helping owners and their animals work through them.
Locating physical problems, which can then be explored by vets and health specialists. Communication can sometimes shed light on the causes of health problems.
Improving relationships between owners and their animals, developing their understanding of each other.
Preparing for the end of life of an animal and dealing with bereavement after the death of a pet. This could be helping an owner or another animal that has been affected by the death of an animal.
In order to become a practitioner, I had to achieve a minimum 90% accuracy level in exams with a vet, an animal behaviourist, an animal welfare specialist and an animal trainer.
Animals are communicating with humans and other animals all the time. People often think the only ways animals can communicate are by vocal, animal sounds or body language. There is, however, another communication method used by animals that is powerful and that we can understand - it can be described as the sharing of feelings and emotions and this is the area I specialise in.
What Can I Expect From An Animal Communication Consultation?
An in-person animal communication consultation - a home visit tailored to you and your animal's needs. Please contact me for a price to include fuel costs.
A distance animal communication consultation. For clients who live out of the area (or out of the country!) connecting to your animal via photo can enable you to have a personal consultation. For this, I need a photo of your animal on their own (unless the reason for communication relates to a connection with another person or animal) and preferably with the animal looking at the camera. An owner can give a list of questions they would like to ask their animal. Results can be discussed over the telephone or via an internet call.
£40 for a dog/cat/small animal distance consultation.
£50 for an equine communication distance consultation.
Please note that my specialism is working with feelings and emotions with animals and therefore, unfortunately, I am currently not able to help with finding lost animals through communication. There are other animal communication practitioners who do specialise in this area.
These animal therapies do not diagnose or treat and are not a substitute for veterinary care.
Animal Communication works extremely well alongside the other therapies I offer and is often used in combination. If an animal tells us about an issue, then I would hope to be able to provide them with some help and support. Structural, emotional, behavioural and/or physical issues may be appropriate to be supported with essential oils, self selection and/or red light therapy. Please contact me to discuss your particular case as a bespoke session and price can be arranged. These are the options available: