Pet Talk...animal communication
I can talk with your animal companion during a home visit, but also from simply looking at their photo. This means you can be anywhere in the world and I can still help you talk with your pet. The information I receive is the same. A consultation is an opportunity for you to have a direct exchange with your animal friend, whether they are still in body or have transitioned. Animals communicate all the time using a non-verbal language of the senses, through pictures, feelings, sensations, thoughts and words. Animals long to communicate with us and to hear them I establish a connection with an open heart. I quieten my mind to be on the same wavelength as them, and I can then pass on our conversations to you.
In essence, I translate what they have to say into words – whether they are feeling happiness, pain, and on a very deep level, I communicate with them when they are dying so that they can make their wishes known. Talking is such a beneficial thing for both pet and guardian, and can often assist your vet with medical concerns. When they have passed over, I can also talk with them about how their ‘life’ is now.
As well as enabling us to understand and therefore help them in their own lives, animals empower us by their vision of who we are as human beings.
The benefits of an Animal Communication session:
I can ask them how they feel about their life with you
We can help resolve behavioural issues
Animal communication greatly reduces anxiety, fear and grief
It gives animals a voice towards the end of their lives as to how and when they wish to die
I can assist with health issues by pinpointing pain and discomfort (This is not a substitute for veterinary treatment)
Connecting with animals in spirit is very comforting and inspiring. They often give us messages and reassure us that they haven’t left us but are with us in spirit
I sat beside a horse and asked the questions his guardian wanted to know.
At the end of our peaceful exchange he told me that it felt like a heart-love connection for him.
This is what I now call my heart to heart communication. Heart-Love.
Death and Dying
There is no more poignant a moment in anyone’s life with an animal than when the time comes for them to leave. Just the thought of it can be traumatic. But how do we know what they want – do they want vet intervention or are they wishing to leave as naturally as possible? I find this time so deep and precious, full of raw emotion and unanswered questions. It’s a time that I would feel honoured to accompany you on the path of uncovering and carrying through your animal’s wishes.
Questions you might ask before they leave:
Are you in pain?
Is there anything I can do to make you more comfortable?
How would you prefer to leave your body – on your own or with assistance?
Can you give me a sign when you are ready to leave, or need help to go?
What would you like me to do with your body?
Questions you might ask after they have transitioned:
What was it like for you at the end?
How are you now?
Can you give me a sign that you are around us?
What did you want us to learn from your life with us?
Do you have a message for me?
What did you most enjoy about living with us?
Should we get another pet in the future?
“Anna’s amazing insight and advice was invaluable in making a very difficult decision regarding how to proceed with treatment for my very ill boy. I will always be grateful for her compassion and support at an extremely distressing time”.
Nazrene Moosa, Senior Veterinary Surgeon, Coulsdon
I feel I must write and tell you how grateful I am to you for communicating with Penny. Following your conversations Penny really relaxed and became much more friendly with other people, and it seemed to me when I spoke to her about you, she knew and responded. She is so much happier! I recommended my friend to you and she is very grateful that you spoke with Tango, as it has helped her greatly.
Mary, West Sussex
Your talk with Mina/Squeaps had astounding effects. Overnight she stopped catching small birds and doesn’t even catch many big birds now. The few that she has caught since then have been Wood Pigeons, just as we’d suggested as a compromise. When Kev spoke to one of the neighbours who always comments on how many birds Squeaps has been seen with, the only comment was that she’d seen Squeaps carrying a large rat. Of course, they don’t mind her catching rats. Thanks so much for your help, the results really have been amazing.
The first thing my dog told Anna was that although her name is Malandra, she has a nickname and that’s what we called her…and right then I knew that Anna indeed had been talking to her. All the things Anna picked up made sense, Malandra’s thoughts about her life, about us (her and me), about things that amused her, things that relaxed her, little habits that she used to have and even her taste in colours, music and food. However, what helped me even more was the conversations we continued having after her passing. Anna made it possible for me to listen to Malandra, which soothed my soul and healed the pain caused by her loss and for that no words will ever be enough to thank her.
Anna is the most special and remarkable person. I have known Anna for some years and through this time she has given me so much help with three much loved labradors who have gone to the Rainbow bridge. Anna could interpret so perfectly what issues each dog was having through their illness which allowed me to know how to best respond to advice given by our vet so that each was able to live their life well until the ultimate time when it was just so right to leave us. Always knowing that with Anna’s empathic and intuitive communications they were able to share their feelings so well and make the decisions easier. My sincerest and deepest appreciation to Anna for all her love over the years and also exceptional professionalism.
Sally, West Sussex
Anna was a godsend for Kitty, she told me how she was feeling and helped us both towards the end as to what Kitty wanted. She also talked to Kitty after she passed and knowing that she was happy on the other side and in a truly wonderful place, helped me a great deal. She brought Kitty and I closer together. I have, and would recommend Anna.
Jackie, Missimoo, Angels Kitty and Tuppence XXXX