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Client Comments

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.

For about three days after we spoke, the barking completely ceased!! My fiancé and I kept texting each other about the experiences we had with Ramone where he did not bark because they were so different than what we were used to! The barking has returned but is not as extreme. We have the conversation with him when he does bark that you suggested and that usually quiets him.

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.

After our session together Reba did great!  She really came around with him.

I really DO feel better now knowing that his departure from his body isn’t the end of our relationship. You definitely made our bond stronger today, even though it is the end stage of his life. What a beautiful gift you provided me. I’ve been going through this many times, but never felt this peaceful feeling like today.

I remember in the past when I’ve pet sat for your kitty, sometimes it would take her a while to come in the house. But this time, she was always right there, rolling around on the ground, purring and meowing happily. It was very reassuring! That really is amazing how Kelly was able to talk to her about coming home for dinner!!

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.

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.

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.

Preparing for the Consultation

Animal communication consultations, either via phone or in-person, are conducted in a conversational manner. Your animals do not have to be near the telephone or in the same room during the consultation (please see Frequently Asked Questions for more information on what to expect from your animal communication experience).

For phone consultations, please mail or e-mail a photo of your animal(s) in advance of your appointment. Kelly will acknowledge the receipt of your photo(s) when received.

Please prepare for your appointment by writing down a variety of questions or topics you would like to discuss about each of your animals. Having questions and/or topics prepared in advance will help you get the most out of the consultation time. You must be honest, open and willing to participate in solutions. (You do not need to send questions ahead of time.)

Some examples of frequently asked questions include:

●  Is my animal experiencing any pain?
●  What are his/her likes and dislikes?
●  Does my animal like his/her food? Is it nutritionally fulfilling?
●  Is there anything my animal needs from me? Any unmet desires?
●  What is your (the animal) life purpose? Is it being fulfilled?
●  Do you (the animal) have a message or advice for me?
●  How does your saddle, bit, … fit? For fish – how is your water temperature?
●  Do you like your crate, barn, training classes, sitter, walker, groomer?
●  Is there a way that our time together can be more fulfilling for you?
●  Is my animal ready to pass on?
●  Does my animal want a companion?

For an animal who has passed away, this Articulate Animals blog post article may be helpful in preparing for your consultation.

What Not to Expect from a Consultation

Kelly is not a veterinarian and cannot diagnose illness. She can describe to you the symptoms the animal is feeling and other wisdom the animal may wish to present, which can then be used to assist you and your professional care provider.

Kelly is not a professional trainer. Some solutions may include a recommendation to seek out a reputable trainer in your area.