Frequently Asked Animal Questions

October 10, 2016

Animal Communication Basics for Daily Living

With a new puppy in the family I find myself returning to basics – basic puppy training and basic theory for communicating effectively. Perhaps a review of the basics is in order for all of us! We are communicating to our animals all the time. Whether we are intentional or unintentional, our pets are picking up on our energy and our telepathic communications. If you are intentional about just one thing on a daily basis let it be this: be specific and […]
April 11, 2016

It Can Be Magic! Finding THE Companion

By guest blogger Jackie, a client with a wonderful story to share. There are pets and there are pets. We love them all, but occasionally we may be blessed with a magical connection. This time round, I wanted THE cat vs A cat. My two cats and I have been in transition since Alfie arrived two years ago. He is smart and too clever, but as a result, was bored and restless. Pip was not interested in entertaining him. Although we were all content, the […]
January 18, 2016

Introducing a Youngster to Your Animal Family

There are special challenges when introducing a puppy, kitten, or any young animal into an existing animal family. Every circumstance is unique and requires individualized solutions, and there are two recent client consultations which we can use as general examples. A cat family is ready for a new kitty companion. The existing cats have been consulted before and during each foster experience which has helped the human to know what characteristics are most likely to work for all. Both existing cats have preferences: the […]
October 4, 2015

How to Get the Most from Your Animal Communications

Whether you communicate with your pets yourself or communicate through a professional animal communicator, there are few things we can keep in mind for a smooth communication and the best results. These tips will be helpful for any communications – behavioral, well-being, physical symptoms, aging or end-stage communications. Preparation – know what you want to discuss. A written list of questions and/or topics is very useful to keep the communications flowing smoothly. A professional animal communicator will appreciate your preparations. When the […]
January 8, 2015

Communicating with Rescue Animals

A large part of my animal communication practice is dedicated to animals who have been rescued by loving families. Many rescue animals come into their new families emotionally healthy; however some rescued animals have a past experience which requires time for healing. Every animal has different emotional needs which can be worked with. Some rescue animals have fears or separation anxiety to overcome. Some have more complex difficulties due to the treatment they received in their past. Generally a little time, patience, and lots of love will make a huge difference in […]
October 31, 2013

Discussing Animal Communication with Our Veterinarian

I am grateful that I have a very open and respectful relationship with my pet’s health care providers. It occurs to me, however, that some of us may hold back a bit with our veterinarians when discussing the information that has come forth utilizing animal communication with our pets. I know there are many animal health care practitioners – veterinarians, techs, DVM specialists, alternative practitioners – who recognize and utilize the value of animal communication. Many refer their clients and many use […]
April 16, 2013

Frequently Asked Animal Communication Questions

Do you wonder what people ask their pets during an animal communication consultation? Every animal communication session is different, however here are a few questions that come up regularly. “Is my pet happy?” or “Am I meeting all my pet’s needs?” It doesn’t seem to matter if this is the first time a human is communicating with their pet or if they regularly communicate, this is a very common question. We want to know if we are providing a quality experience […]
October 1, 2012

A Dog’s Perspective on Reincarnation, Part Two

We continue our interview with Rider’s guardian, Christi, as she and Rider continue to communicate their desire to be reunited after Rider’s passing. If you missed the first part, check that out here. Q: Has Rider reincarnated? Is he with you? CJC:  That is a complicated question.  I used to be certain in my understanding of exactly what reincarnation is.  To me, reincarnation meant that “you” (the you that is you right now) came back as the same “you,” just […]
September 4, 2012

A Dog’s Perspective on Reincarnation

I introduced Rider last year as a wonderful teacher of life after passing. Rider and his human continue their spirit-to-human connection, and I love being along for the ride! Another significant topic of exploration, and a question I’m asked regularly in my animal communication practice, has to do with reincarnation – is it possible? Rider has something to say about that topic! From the previous blog post you’ll remember that Rider expressed his desire to return to the physical world as soon as […]
July 18, 2012

In Case of Emergency: Prepare for Evacuation

No matter where we live it seems like some sort of natural emergency is possible, and often there is only a very short window of warning for those directly in the path. During the seasons of the natural emergency your region is generally exposed to, it is a good idea to have an emergency evacuation plan in place. In fact, there may be *two* plans outlined for your family: one if you are notified of an emergency while you are […]