I am frequently asked how I first knew I could communicate with animals, and I chuckle at the memory of my “ah ha moment” every time!I was considering taking in a new dog – an elder from a friend whose family lifestyle was no longer conducive to pets – and went in to talk with my vet about the possible addition to my animal family. We discussed the adoptee’s health issues and how I should go about preparing my existing animals for the newbie. Dr. Diana had good advice and suggestions. At one point she said “would you consider consulting with an animal communicator?”
This was my huge “ah ha” and apparently it showed all over my face. I responded with excitement and enthusiasm “I think I do that! I didn’t know there was a name for it, or a profession, but I think I do that!”
Hence began my quest to become a professional animal communicator. I took a few classes, drove my friends and family crazy with repeated requests to practice with their animals, was accepted as an apprentice, then launched my Articulate Animals business.
I will always credit my veterinarian, my communication mentor, and my beloved Pugsley (now passed) with setting me on path to becoming an animal communicator.