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A consultation costs £95 for an animal in body or transitioned. I spend one hour beforehand talking with your animal and then one hour on the phone with you – two hours in total. I will stay on the phone with you and your animal until you feel comfortable with the situation and we have discussed a way forward.
If you believe you have an urgent situation, Anna will prioritise your booking where possible. If this includes short notice, evenings or weekends, an additional £30 will apply. Please send details when booking.
A short follow up with a returning animal within the last six months will be £50.
Payment must be made before a booking can be scheduled.
If you prefer to pay by bank transfer, please contact me for details.
Booking a consultation
If you would like me to talk with your animal friend, either one that is with you or one that has passed over, I will need a good photograph, preferably showing the eyes clearly. This you can either send to me by email or through the post (please contact me for address). I work internationally, so distance is no object. Please don’t send originals as I cannot return them.
Send the photo to me together with the following details:
Name, age, gender, breed and how long you’ve been together.
Remember to include the questions or messages for your animal (5/6 please). At the end of my conversation with your friend I will ask if they would like me to pass on any special messages, unless you request otherwise.
When I have received your photo, payment and the above details, I will contact you by email to schedule a time to talk with you.
I spend 45 – 60 mins communicating with your pet BEFORE I call you, and then we discuss all the issues arising and make a realistic action plan to help you and your pet move forward. Throughout our telephone conversation I am connected with your pet, so it’s essentially a three-way conversation.
Please note: the full fee is payable if a booking is cancelled within 72 hours, and an admin fee of £10 is payable for all other cancellations.
Where work has already commenced, charges will be pro-rata. My office hours are between 11am and 6pm Monday to Friday. Should you require a consultation outside of these times, please contact me to discuss in the first instance.
I am not a vet!. I will describe the symptoms revealed by your animal during our communication, which can be used to assist your vet or animal practitioner. If you are worried about your pet’s state of health, please don’t hesitate to consult a good veterinary surgeon.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What happens during an animal communication session?
First, using your photo and questions I will talk with your animal for up to an hour.
Immediately following this I will call you. This call/zoom will take around an hour, during which time you’ll get all the information I’ve gathered from your animal and you will be able to ask questions.
Does my animal need to be with me for the session?
Not at all. They can be out on a walk, sleeping, or in another part of the house. I would just ask that they are not undergoing surgery or anaesthetised.
How should I prepare myself for the consultation?
Have a pen and paper handy to record the details of our discussion.
Can animal communication help with behavioural issues?
Yes, it certainly can. An animal communication session can’t be relied upon to be a quick fix, although there may be swift changes in behaviour once an animal knows that they are heard and are made aware of what’s expected of them. Often issues are identified which need to be worked through before change is permanent.
My animal is very poorly. Would a session help me cope with this situation?
Yes, I contact many animals who are very ill, and indeed some just before they are about to pass over. It’s enormously comforting to know that you are fulfilling their last wishes in the best way you can. I will also endeavour to fit your session in as soon as possible as I know how upsetting these times can be.
If my animal is sick, should I still see a vet?
Yes, definitely. I am not a vet, but I will describe the symptoms revealed by your animal during our communication, and this may assist your vet in treatment.