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About Animal Communication Sessions

All my sessions are completed long distance using a photograph of your animal companion.

I will set a time to communicate with your animal companion and book a follow up phone session with you to go through the communication. I will generally contact your animal late morning/mid day and book a follow up call with you later afternoon/early evening depending on  your schedule. As I work in many time zones all sessions are booked in Pacific Standard time (PST).

When your time is booked I will send you an email with what is needed for a session (see overview below)


Session Preparation

  • One  photograph via email. Preferably full body, with face visible and relatively recent.

  • Your animal companion’s name, age, gender and, if applicable, whether they have passed on.

  • Information as to the presence of animals and people that live in the house.

  • Where you live (city) and your phone number. (Please let me know if it is a cell in case I need to text you.)

  • Basic information about the situation and anything you would like to communicate to your companion.

  • Any questions you would like to ask.


I encourage you to communicate to your companion that I will be contacting them. This can be done by gently getting your companion’s attention and speaking to him/her with words and if possible visualizing images in your mind’s eye. Trust that they have received your intention/communication.

It is ideal for your animal to have quiet time during their time with me. (not out on a walk or engaged in play). It is OK to have people home during the communication with normal quiet house activity.

Sessions vary depending on the individual animal, their situations and the reasons you have booked the session.   This is an overview of what it might look like.  Not all aspects are present in every session.


During the session with your Animal Companion …


  • I begin with a greeting and then introduce who I am and why I am here to communicate. If your Animal Companion is open to communicating, I start the session.

  • I often begin with general inquiries before delving into the more specific concerns to provide space for your companion to open

  • If health issues are a concern, with the animal’s permission I do a general body scan, using both intuition and specific questions to check overall health.  During the scan I use intuition to receive information about their physical body and follow with communication with the animal about how they feel in their body.*Note: I am not a veterinarian and not qualified to diagnose or treat symptoms.  I will offer my impressions and understandings of the situation but it is up to you to seek appropriate medical information/treatment.

  • I often receive messages for the person from their companion. This may be specific to their relationship with their person or about their life in general.  Our companions are wise beings with insights and awareness’s that can be profound and even surprising to us.


During the follow up phone call …

  • I will call you at the appointed time and relay the communications I received and provide space for questions and clarifications.

  • I receive communication from your animal through images, feelings, words, sensations and a sense of knowing. I strive to be as clear a channel as possible and will state clearly when I am adding my thoughts or interpretations. I sometimes receive words or images that don’t make sense to me but will make sense to you, the client.

  • Please have pen and paper ready to record the information during the call

To Book a Session:

Phone 250-661-7952

Learn to communicate with animals Workshop

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