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Client Comments

Kelly picked up on several health issues that were perplexing me and I was able to provide additional info to the veterinarian that helped to diagnose what the issues were.

I am amazed … after over a year of cajoling, coaxing and finally heaving him up in the car, Dexter has jumped up for every walk this weekend.  He is proud of himself and we are thrilled.

You gave me such a precious opportunity with my Ozzy. I can never thank you enough. Now I know we are both ready. That brings incredible peace and gratitude. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Sasha continues to be our 9 year old kitten and we are so thankful to you for the work you did. NOT ONE single incident in the nine months since our session!!!!

…Last week we had several strangers and new folks in and out of the house. Again no incidents, even when one of our guests offered Z her hand to sniff. We can’t attribute this to anything other than your work with him. We’ve had him for 6 years and this is the first time there has been a different attitude.

Thanks so much for communicating with Wilson. The next morning, he sat on the rug just as you instructed! It will require some reinforcement, but it was fun to see.

Rambo is as loving as ever. He looks at me like we have a secret because I understand him.

Our vet could not believe the difference in our dog nor could I when we got to the office Fri. No panting or fear obvious.

I want to say THANK YOU again. I don’t know what I would have done without your wonderful support!

Kelly told us Truffles, our older cat, informed her she had the job of sleeping in the bed that wasn’t a bed and cleaning up the energy in the room. Well, she sleeps on a chaise in our meditation room. Plus she showed Kelly that she is having a toothache. Sure enough, she has a crack in her fang tooth that needs extracted.

Can Kelly tell my pet to change or stop doing a certain behavior?

Kelly can not guarantee your animal will change their behavior through a communication session. Her approach is to listen to animals and understand from their perspective why they are doing a certain behavior. Often, what humans consider to be a bad or annoying behavior can indeed have good and loving intentions behind it from the animal’s reasoning. Sometimes animals are extremely devoted to the behavior, and change may be challenging.

Once the details are uncovered, solutions can be discussed and compromises can be made on behalf of the animals and the people to create harmony and balance in the home.

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