Animals can communicate with each other by using mental images. This is an ability inherent in humans. However, it’s been replaced with verbal communication. With understanding and practice, we can re-learn this ability.
I have over 20 years’ experience plus specialized training in the UK in Animal Communication. It all started when I was living in the US, at Lake Tahoe, California.  I had enrolled in an ‘Engagement with Nature Program’ with the highly-respected American Indian Teacher: Tu Bears. In 2013 I graduated from the intensive 1yr Animal Communication Training Program, based in the UK.
My practice is carried out via Skype and phone so I’ve had clients from all over the world including the US, UK, Spain, Hong Kong and Australia.

Horses, cats, dogs, birds, lizards – all animals, domestic and wild.
Once a connection has been made with an animal, the process is the same for all.

  • Aggressive behaviour
  • Incessant barking
  • Changes in food habits
  • Changes in toilet habits
  • Lethargic, dis-engaged behaviour
  • Feather picking (in birds)
  • Vomiting (already Vet checked)
  • Digging
  • Bucking and acting -up

These are just a few issues. But any kind of change in your animal’s normal behaviour can be talked through.

Yes, animals can provide information of an emotional nature or physical feelings surrounding an issue that can help to identify a problem.
There can be new circumstances in your animals’ life that you require assistance with.  I have options on the website to help answer other questions that may arise.
All sessions are done remotely, phone or Skype, or I can make a home visit to you.
Payment is done via the website and before the session.  If for some reason the validation information doesn’t sound like your animal, then a full refund will be given.
Book via the website, send a photo (no need to ask questions yet), I will gather information you can validate prior to the session with you.
No. Consultations are via Skype or phone so you can be anywhere in the world and have me speak to your beloved animal.
There have been animals who were ‘slow’ to begin communication with me but never refuse to chat.  Animals are very open and usually grateful to have the opportunity to let you know their opinions and needs, from their perspective.
I have known animals, while communicating with me, to give information about their humans’ health, both physical and emotional.  Interestingly, I have never had a human response that was not other than compassionate and understanding towards the animal for disclosing this information.  My feeling is that the animal has such a great capacity for love that they just wanted their human to know that they are there for them with love in their heart.
When we lose a dear member of the family to death it leaves an emptiness in our heart.  I am honoured to be able to contact these animals and bring back answers for their human giving them some peace of mind and comfort about where their animal is and how it’s feeling.
This is an issue that is dear to my heart.  I have worked with a number of animals whose passing was imminent.  By communicating with the animal and finding out their requests around when and how they wish to pass on and what they need beforehand, it made the ‘end of life’ decisions easier for their human and the animal was able to give a very clear picture of what to look out for and how to know when they were ready to go.  If they wanted to go with OR without assistance.
If an animal is displaying un-characteristic behaviour and you take it to an animal trainer or behaviourist they may over time get the animal to change the behaviour.  However, because the “reason for that behaviour” has not been addressed then the same issue can re-occur if the animal is ‘triggered’ again.
All animals need Veterinary help when they have been injured or display illness.  Animal Communicators can’t diagnose health problems. However, by communicating with a sick or injured animal you can learn how they ‘feel’ and how the injury occurred, this information can be of some help to your Vet.
Absolutely. A pet, just like humans, can carry around pain and anxiety from how they have been treated in the past.  Once we know what has happened to them and help them to understand that it won’t happen again their behaviour can change.  This help can be enhanced by also using emotional healing techniques in tandem with the communication.
Once you have telepathically communicated with an animal and they share with you what is driving the behaviour we are more likely to be able to understand where they are coming from and help to correct the problem. Hence the behaviour can be reversed.
Distance is not a problem when communicating telepathically.  Just like radio waves where one can connect by ‘communication links via radio, TV or phone, telepathy works on the same principle. By tuning in with the animal one starts to receive images, feelings and emotions and can translate this information.
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