i have had the best conversations with many of my animals for years with more than one animal communicator i learned so much from these talented people and am so thankful for them, if anyone needs a recomendation...
I think that any well-educated or experienced dog trainer can properly "Communicate" with your animal and help you understand its needs. I wouldn't pay more for a "communicator" than I would for a behaviorist or a trainer. Seems silly. That's not to say they wouldn't maybe have interesting insight. Regardless of that though, if they don't know how to train animals, what they find out is next to worthless to you. What you need to know is how to train or help your dog through its issues. A behaviorist or simple experienced trainer could help there. If you talk to one, let us know though, because I am curious what kinds of things they have to say.
"Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else."
Ok, here's the thing. I know this is going to urk one of our members, DrHogan, but I have to mention this. When I spoke to the animal communicator last week, she told me that Sage ( my 6 year old) communicated to her that she had a problem with her mouth that needed looking at. I will tell you now that I did not call her to discuss Sage at all, rather, I needed to discuss my 15 month old Shylo. I told her NOTHING about Sage in ANY way, yet, she mentioned her mouth, that has never been an issue since I take very good care of my dogs oral hygiene by brushing their teeth regularly. Anyway, just this week I noticed some type of growth on Sage's gum. I will be taking her to the vet this evening to get it checked out since I am very worried about this, but I just found it very odd that this woman would tell me such a thing out of nowhere.
Yes, she told me that Shylo's head felt "foggy". The day before she was diagnosed with a urinary tract infection & was on anti biotics. The communicater did not know this in advance. She also told me Shylo was afraid of the bathroom because she was locked in one before she came to me. Shylo is deathly afraid to go near my bathroom. Very weird. Would a behaviorist just "know" these things?
Thank you Riley, I know I am not crazy. I told this woman nothing that would make her tell me of medical issues. Turns out Sage has a tumor in her mouth called an Epulis. They removed what they could when they did the biopsy, so now I have to monitor her & hope it goes away. As far as my little terror Shylo, she is gradually improving & doing less damage to my home these days. Her infection has also been addressed & taken care of. Dr Hogan, I know you mean well, but you honestly cannot say she just took a shot at these health issues & got them right. I would honestly love to hear your logical explanation as to how she knew that BOTH my dogs had health issues. And as far as money goes, I only paid her for the one call I made to her. There was no reason for me to make another, but if I felt the need, I would.
very interesting posts, as i have written before i have used two different animal communicators, both of whom i have not told anything about my life, and both of whom have been spot on, sometimes we humans are so frightened of that which we cannot explain, i am also, which i am sure will open a new canof worms, especially for mr/dr hogan, a devout dog whisperer follower, and i believe in animal behaviorists too, i just think to condemn something with so much hostility, well that for me, i more about my fear than anything else, but we are not here to attack one another, we are here to learn more about our pets, i am thankful for the animal communicators and the dog whisperer who helped train me and my pitbull/boxer to live harmoniously with my two cats
nansyorkies, you email the animal comunicator, who in my case was a woman, and you describe physically (not physical problems) what the animals look like that you want have her to speak with, she emails you with times good for her and then you have a phone conversation, you ask her questions for her to talk to your animals...it's an very helpful experience