About Animal Communication

July 1, 2011

Article: Kelly Krueger Provides a Voice for Your Pet’s Needs and Emotions

Mountain Connection Magazine, July 2011 issue Kelly Krueger Provides a Voice for Your Pet’s Needs and Emotions By Sarah Schraad Are you or your family heading on vacation this summer? And if so, have you told your pets what is in store for them while you are away? Kelly Krueger, owner of Articulate Animals, can help you pass along the message. A professional animal communicator, Krueger says that it is important your pet understands when and why you are going […]
November 11, 2010

Take the 24-hour Pet Communication Challenge

Are you up for a challenge? You can do it, I promise! It’s simple. Objective: Spend the next 24 hours joyfully communicating all the wonderful things you know about your pet Rationale: This challenge reminds us just how simple it is to express our love and our expectations to our pets in a way that encourages their enthusiastic participation Steps: 1. Identify 2-3 items you wish to work on with your pet, or recent successes which you wish to reinforce 2. […]
May 6, 2010

Communicating with Animals in Spirit

Many people ask me if animal communication works with animals who have passed on. The short answer is “yes” but of course, there is a longer, more detailed answer as well. As an animal communicator, my experience is that most animals remain available, willing, ready, and even anxious to communicate with their humans. Occasionally this is not the case, but I can think of a few animals who have passed away with whom I have not been able to connect. There are a variety […]
May 2, 2010

Interview with Kelly about Animal Communication

I was honored to be asked for an interview recently to answer some questions about animal communication. As an animal communicator, I appreciate opportunities to offer information and examples of how animal communication can benefit our pets and strengthen our relationship with our beloved companions. That was my primary motivator for participating in the interview, however a secondary benefit is now knowing of this great blog for cat lovers. While specific to the Ragdoll breed of cat, I believe there are […]
April 22, 2010

Thunder Fear in Dogs

Thunder and lightning season is upon us. Our dogs are probably acutely aware of that fact already! A portion of my animal communication work in the spring and summer months relates to dogs with thunder fear or anxiety. My own dog, now passed, had thunder anxiety so I know first hand that it is not fun for the dog or human when storms start to roll in. Not all dogs have a reaction to thunder and lightning, and some dogs develop anxiety […]
April 16, 2010

Animal Communication and Body Language

An animal communication client of mine has been studying up on animal body language as they get to know their new puppy. They wonder about a dog’s body language and how it relates to their feelings from an animal communication point of view. I’m so glad they asked! I’ve never thought about this before, and I’ve taken some time ponder. More than 90% of my animal communication consultations are done via phone. I generally have a photo of the animal(s) as a focal point, but […]
February 11, 2010

Talking To Your Animals is Great Validation!

Animal communication is, in its simplest form, validation for both you and for your pets. External validation helps us know we are on track and making a difference in our world and for those around us. It serves the same purpose for our pets. The dictionary definition lists: Validation – to make somebody feel valued as a person, or feel that his or her ideas or opinions are worthwhile; confirm truthfulness of something – to confirm or establish the truthfulness or soundness […]
December 17, 2009

Animal Communication Over The Phone – Seriously?

One of the most frequently asked questions I receive from new clients is: how can you work with my animal over the phone?