Animal communication is a rewarding way to find out what your pet is thinking, feeling, wanting to do. I was introduced to it when I had a disastrous show with my gelding. Chili had jumped fine in the warm up ring but stopped out in the jumper ring. I had to find out what was going on, I couldn’t keep paying for shows if he didn’t want to be there, or was he hurting? I scheduled a vet exam. Then I remembered a friend had used an animal communicator for his dog.
Desperate for answers and determined to leave no stone unturned to solve this problem I contacted the person my friend had used. Not only did she discover what had happened (footing was deep and it hurt his shoulder) but we also addressed his biting. Chili went from being an aggressive biter to a well-behaved horse. The relief both he and I felt by understanding what had happened was incredible. I was hooked.
Fortunately, I had the opportunity to learn how to communicate with animals through a hands-on class. The base of our training was that animals are always trying to talk to us but we have been conditioned to not believe it. The class opened up a huge world to me. I now help people and their pets understand each other better.
Animals are so much more aware of what is going on in our world then I would have ever thought. With each animal I talk with I learn more and more. I have helped pin point injuries, have cleared up confusion, reassured scared pets and discovered past traumas. I have had fun chats about everyday things, favorite treats, preferred toys.