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Tips to help you get talking

I will be updating this page regularly with hints, tips and stories of communications I have had with various animals to help people with their animals gain a deeper connection and understanding. 

I'd love to hear your feedback, or if you have any questions or comments, please do let me know.

Taking your animal to the Vets

Taking your animal to the vets is never easy. 

This week I had to take my wonderful girl Diesel for a check up.  She is very nervous and I asked her if there was anything I could do to help; she replied that she wanted me to be calm and to know what was going to happen.  I explained step by step from the beginning to the end, including her going into the carrier, being carried down the stairs, getting in the car etc.  I told her the information the day before and on the day.  Around 30 minutes before we had to leave, I played some soothing music to help keep me calm and grounded which really helped.  Diesel went into the carrier with ease and the visit went very well.   

If you are struggling with your animals and the vets, we would love to help.

Animal Communicator Diesel
Keswick Lake

Take time for you

Spend time doing something you love, that relaxes your mind, try to spend time in nature to help you be calm.  Then try to communicate with your animals.

Jaffa telling me she wants to go and relax.  What is your animal trying to tell you?

Jaffa The Animal Communicator

We are always working hard to give more animals their voice.

Jaffa The Animal Communicator
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