Over 10 years ago, I started to learn about animal communication and realized it came easy to me. I often said I was “psychic” with certain people in my life. I meant we had a connection, and I just “knew stuff” with my intuition.
I freaked out my college roommate by saying, “I haven’t heard from Mike in a while.” A few days later, I received an air mail letter from overseas. She left me a note, “I don’t want to know if this is from Mike!” I also knew exactly when each of my parents died — I wasn’t with them, I just knew.
After I worked with an animal communicator, I asked how I could learn to talk with animals. She said we all could talk to animals as little kids and we were told it wasn’t real.
We all have intuition and some us are able to trust it more. How often do you just know someone is going to cut you off in traffic?
I’m honored to be included the Star Tribune article on holistic pet care in Twin Cities. As an animal communicator, I help sick pets explain to their pet parents what is bothering them. I hear the pet’s words and share it in a transcript with her pet parents. I also feel his pain and and his emotions.
Read the entire article here.
Concerned about your pet? Schedule a free 15 minute phone consultation. I’d love to help you “bring out the best in your pet.”
My first sea turtle and manta ray animal communications happened on vacation in Hawaii. We escaped the first blast of winter 2017-2018!
Years ago, we spent time in Maui and missed the Road to Hana. It was on my To Do List! We spent 2-1/2 days driving over 50 miles one way around 620 hair pin curves, 46 single bridges, and saw lots of waterfalls. It was worth the wait!
While exploring, I experienced a sea turtle and manta ray animal communications! It wasn’t planned. It just happened.
Do pets grieve? From my experience as a pet parent and an animal communicator, I say yes pets grieve.
What does it mean to grieve?
According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the definition of grieve is:
- To cause to suffer: DISTRESS it grieves me to see him this way
- To feel or show grief over grieving the death of her son
Maybe you saw these signs in your pet. I have.
Do you wonder what does your pet think? Just like people, each pet has his or her opinion on various topics. In more than 10 years of communicating with animals, pets talked about behavior, preferences, changes in their lives, sickness, pain, emotions, their love of their people, and so much more.
I’ve heard many themes.
How do you find the perfect dog when your very special dog has passed on? You ask your Angel Dog for help! Here is Livie’s story of helping her people find the perfect dog.
I meet Livie, the flat coated retriever, after a very scary time in her life. In December 2014, Livie almost died from Congestive Heart Failure. The vet said she would live about 7 months.
Isabella Allard from Cascais, Portugal wrote the following testimonial about her experience with Elaine the animal communicator from Animal Bridges:
“I was looking for an animal communicator to speak to my horse [Samba] as I wanted to know why he had gone lame and what he needed to get better.
I found Elaine while searching on-line and am so happy I did.
I booked her FREE 15 minute consultation [by Skype] and explained my situation.
She has a lovely energy and I felt assured she could help. We arranged a session.
Shortly after our call, she spoke with my horse and sent me a transcript via email of their conversation; which truly warmed my heart to read.
MINNEAPOLIS May 19, 2015 – Animal Bridges has been awarded the 2015 Best of Minneapolis Animal Communicator Award.
Animal Bridges was identified as a company that enhances the positive image of small businesses through service to their customers and our community. They help make the Minneapolis area a great place to live, work, and play.
“I couldn’t be more thrilled”, says Elaine. “I love Minneapolis, I’ve lived here for 38 years and small businesses are such an important part of our community and society. It’s a special honor, and it means a lot to me to be awarded for this.”
“Am I the best advocate for Hobbes, our wheaten terrier?” Once again, I revisited the idea of Hobbes becoming a therapy dog. Hobbes loves people and especially children. He comforted a neighbor when she thought her dog was dying – it was a happy ending. As we were refreshing our training, I realized he loves people but doesn’t like the repetition. Are you your pet’s best advocate?
An animal communicator friend confirmed Hobbes likes to figure out what I was teaching him and then he wants to move on. I know he puts up with grooming. Once he told me he didn’t want to be a wheaten terrier and wanted to be a regular dog with no haircuts. I said, I was sorry but we couldn’t change his breed.