How can Animal Communication help you and your pets?
- Understanding Your Pet
Animal Communication is a two-way tool: Your pet will tell us what they feel and what they really want. If your dog doesn’t like to eat certain foods or hates the way you handle him, you will definitely get to know about it!
Examples of behaviour problems are excessive barking, biting, chewing, hyperactivity, eating too little or excessively etc. The root causes could be neglect, anxiety, depression, mental instability or fear. Understanding the root causes of these behaviour problems is the most effective way to resolve these misunderstandings and eliminate these problems.
Animal communication can help to provide a clearer picture to the behaviour issues, so you can look for better remedy to resolve the issues.
- Improve Quality of Life
Animal Communication can help owners to know their pet’s needs, such as if they are suffering from any pain or irritation. Is he suffering from anxiety, nervous behaviour or simply not acting normally? Is he eating less or not refuse to drink any water? Animal Communication can find out if there are any underlying health problems or changes to the environment that your pet finds unacceptable. You can then provide or change things to reduce their pain, improve their resistance to disease and make them healthier.
- Changes to the Environment
Having a new baby? Getting another pet? Moving to a new home?
Animals usually feel stressed or fearful when there is a change to their living space or environment. They may feel unloved or cast aside if there is a new family member coming into the home.
Animal Communication can help to alleviate these problems by telling them about this upcoming change so that they feel respected and mentally prepared.
- Animal Communication when your pet is dying
In stressful times such as major illnesses and impending death, Animal Communication is the only way of knowing your pet’s final wishes and last words. This is the only way to allow the pet to ‘speak from their heart’ and tell their owner of their love and gratitude for taking care of them throughout their life.
There is also much guilt and sadness when your pet is close to death, thus by doing something meaningful for your pet would allow both of you to ‘let go’ of each other. As loving owners, we can thus do our best to honour our pets’ final wishes so that they can leave this world peacefully.
The dying process, no doubt a very stressful experience, can therefore be managed better and the owner can accept the departure of his beloved pet.
- Animal Communication after your pet has left
Once the pet has left, the owner will definitely want to know how the pet is doing, whether he/she is happy or not, etc. Animal Communication can provide a channel for owners to know all these and to convey well-wishes to their beloved pets, helping the owners to cope with the grieving process and acceptance. The session can also provide comfort and warmth to the owner after knowing that his/her pet is doing well in the other world.
- Finding Lost Animals
Is your pet lost? And you have no clue of where your pet has been to? Are your pet safe or likely hurt?
Animal Communication aids your searches by collecting clues and images of objects and places your pet has come across. It can lead you to the places that you pet has been to and enable you to locate your pet more effectively.