F.A.Q.

What is Intuitive Animal Communication?
Intuitive animal communication is the act of exchanging information with an animal through the sharing of energy. Telepathy is the ability to receive and understand that energy cognitively.
Everyone intuitively communicates with their pets. We pick up information all the time about how they’re feeling and what they’re thinking. Most people chalk this up to interpreting their pets’ body language, but there is something deeper going on.
Telepathic information can be received in 8 different ways:
1. Clair-audience: Hearing words
2. Clair-voyance: Seeing pictures, movies and symbols
3.Clair-empathy: Experiencing another’s feelings
4. Clair-cognizance: clear knowledge of a situation or history
5. Touch- experiencing physical sensations (pain, etc.)
6. Taste- experiencing what the animal tastes (not always a pleasant experience!)
7. Smell- experiencing what the animal smells
8. Inner-body experience- when it feels like you’re actually the animal
This isn’t some woo-woo psychic skill. It’s simply the sharing of energy, the same way that you share energy when you talk on a phone or look in someone’s eyes.Telepathy is not magic. It’s simply tuning your inner radio to the energy of others.
Do you have to be in the same room with my pet?
No. I have talked with animals across town, across the country and across the ocean.
How can animal communication help me?
There’s nothing better than hearing things straight from your pet’s mouth. This is especially true when you and your pet are experiencing a behavioral or medical problem.
Even if your pet is a saint, it can be very rewarding to hear their thoughts and emotions. Most people who experience animal communication feel closer to their pets.
I’m not a vet and I don’t give out medical advice, but I can help you understand where your pet hurts, and whether he or she is ready to pass away.
If your pet has passed away, I can reach over to the other side, and help you with the transition. This is very helpful.
Will my pet tell you my secrets?
They will tell me what matters to them. They will tell me what makes them happy. They will tell me what they need. I’ve never had a pet share anything about bedroom activities or bodily functions.
Can you help me find my lost pet?
Yes, but I recommend that you invest your money in signs and your energy in prayer first.
If your pet doesn’t know where she is, then I can’t do much to get her home. I can share information about whether she is alive, but that doesn’t usually make an owner feel better.
How much is a consultation?
For a 30-minute consult, I charge $50. For a 60-minute consult, I charge $100. I spend roughly a third of the time with the animal before I talk with the owner. So, essentially, on a 60 minute consult, it’s 20 minutes with the animal and then 40 minutes with the owner and animal together.
I write notes of the conversation to help you hear it in your pet’s voice, and also to help you keep track of what your pet says.
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Do you teach animal communication?
Yes. Everybody can learn to talk with their animals.
I teach workshops in-person and online. To learn more, visit here.
What can I do to make my relationship with my pet better?
I am so glad you asked this question. Here are four ways that you can make your pet’s life better:
Attention and Appreciation.
Turn off the TV. Turn off your computer. Turn to your pet. Tell her that you love her. Ask if you can pet her. Tell your pet how much you appreciate her.
Purpose.
Your pet should have a purpose in his life. I have a cat that patrols my house and kills rodents. I have another one that lies on my shoulder whenever it hurts. One of my dogs is like a shadow. His job is to be my constant companion.
If your pet has given himself a job, thank him for it. If he needs a job, tell him that you’d like him to do something for you. It can be something as simple as sitting at your feet, or greeting you at the door. Everyone’s life should have meaning, whether you’re the leader of the free world or a goldfish.
High-Quality Food.
Go to a specialty food store and get your companion some good food. Take the time to read the back of the bags. Check out The Dog Food Project for more information about what to feed.
Feed your cats a high-protein, no-grain diet. Cats can’t digest grain. Whenever you feed them a food with grain, the grain goes through their body and into the litter box. Feed them a high-protein low-grain food and they’ll eat less food since they are able to metabolize more of the food they eat.
I feed my pets Orijen pet food, but there are many good foods on the market. It costs less than $3 a day to feed my two dogs and three cats.
A pet on a good diet has fewer health concerns. So your money ends up in your pet’s health and not in the vet’s pocket.
Spay or Neuter your Pet.
It makes a big difference. They feel better. You guarantee that you’re not adding unwanted animals to the pet population.
Feel the difference here. A neutered pet with a healthy diet, a purpose and personal attention is a pet whose needs have been met. He’s connected to you because you’ve made the effort to make his life healthy and comfortable.
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What is Intuitive Animal Communication?

Intuitive animal communication is the act of exchanging information with an animal through the sharing of energy. Telepathy is the ability to receive and understand that energy cognitively.

Everyone intuitively communicates with their pets. We pick up information all the time about how they’re feeling and what they’re thinking. Most people chalk this up to interpreting their pets’ body language, but there is something deeper going on.

Telepathic information can be received in 7 different ways:

1. Clair-audience: Hearing words

2. Clair-voyance: Seeing pictures, movies and symbols

3.Clair-empathy: Experiencing another’s feelings

4. Clair-cognizance: clear knowledge of a situation or history

5. Touch- experiencing physical sensations (pain, etc.)

6. Taste- experiencing what the animal tastes (not always a pleasant experience!)

7. Smell- experiencing what the animal smells

By combining this information and accurately conveying it to the owner, people and their pets can get along better in a more deeply resonant relationship.

How can animal communication help me?

Want balance? Want a better relationship? Want your pet to stop destructive behaviors? Want to support your pet through a hard time? Want help grieving a pet that’s passed on?

These are the main reasons why people seek out an animal communicator.

I work out the rough spots with pets.

Sometimes difficult behavior is just a difference in opinion.

Sometimes, someone is training you, when  you should be training them.

Sometimes difficult behavior is a sign that something is out of balance in your relationship that needs to be put right.

Sometimes a pet is going through a hard time, and needs to be understood.

By including your pet’s opinion in developing a solution to a problem, your odds of a successful outcome are improved.

Other times, you may want to involve your pet in medical decisions.  I often work with pets that are going through medical treatments. Their owners want to know how they’re doing. The owners want to involve the pet in the decision-making process. Also, most want them to be better about taking their medicine.  I help with that.

Or perhaps your pet is grieving the loss of another pet. I help pets process experiences like this.

Or your kid has gone to college and your pet is still looking for him. I help pets know what’s going on and what to expect.

Or your pet is dying and you want help with the transition. I bring pets into the conversation.

This is very common- the whole- “Will I know when it’s time for my pet to go?” conversation.

The short answer- 99% of the time you will know.  And adding onto that – Odds are very good that you are not part of that 1% that really won’t know.

Anytime that you are thinking, “I wish I knew what she is thinking…” that’s the time to hire an animal communicator.

Do you recommend animal communication as the first step to solve a problem? 

Sometimes.  If the problem is behavioral, we can usually get down to it and solve it pretty quickly.

Another good idea is to go to the library or a bookstore and get a book on pet relationships- Like Suzanne Clouthier’s Bones Would Rain from the Sky.  or Mark Rashid’s Considering the Horse.

If your pet is limping, do not hire me to find out why your pet is limping. Take your pet to the Vet.  Sometimes, my fee seems less than a potential vet fee.  I do not want you to bargain with your pet’s health.  Find a vet you like. Learn how to advocate for what you do and do not want in terms of treatment for your pet.  It’s okay to use a communicator in addition to a vet, but never instead of the vet.

Can you answer training questions?

Absolutely. Whether we’re talking about horses, cats, dogs or even birds, I can give you advice about how to teach and reinforce good behaviors.

I teach positive training techniques with non-abusive, consistent consequences.

For example, I teach people how to curtail barking, how to get their cats to stop spraying, how to introduce horses, and how to integrate pet households.

If you’ve got a problem, chances are very good that I’ve encountered it with my clients, and I can teach you how to resolve it in your home.

Can you help me find my lost pet?

I’m sorry. I don’t help people look for lost pets. I lost a cat several years ago, and since then, I over-identify and get too scared about the outcome to be as useful as I need to be. It’s hard to be scared and intuitive at the same time.

Also, I find that when an owner uses an animal communicator to locate a pet, they tend to not do all of the very important activities that get their pet home (like putting up signs and checking shelters). I never want to be the reason that a pet doesn’t get home.

The Humane Society has excellent advice for how to search for a pet.

Do you have to be in the same room with my pet?

No. I talk with animals across town, across the country and around the world.

Technically, how does it work?

I wish I knew. I’m not going to give you an answer based on quantum physics. I only know that it works from doing case studies and from many years of validation and successful clients.

Here’s what I think is happening:

There is this spiritual stuff , that, for lack of a better word, people call “energy”. It’s what makes a person alive. Energy is not limited by matter. It is not limited by death.

Each animal and person has their own unique energetic frequency. It’s like a thumbprint.
I tune into that frequency. Pets can be anywhere, alive or dead.

I literally look at a picture, look into the eyes of the animal and sometimes I use my phone to make the eyes bigger and smaller until I feel this little thump in my gut. I feel a sense of recognition, and then I reach out and wait for an answer back.

If I am in front of an animal, I will look into their eyes or put my hands on their body, and just reach out.

Usually I feel their physical and emotional feelings first. And then it’s like being on the phone, except the phone has sounds and pictures and feelings.

It’s weird, right? Like how does that work? I wish I knew. I’m not a quantum physicist. I think this is a natural process. I think we all use our intuition all of the time and that science hasn’t caught up yet. I think that someday we will know.

So, animals do this? They talk to each other?

Yes.

Do animals find it weird when you talk with them? 

Sometimes they find it very weird. Sometimes they don’t.
I am careful to introduce myself and to be very clear about who sent me and why I’m there.

If you’re talking to an animal in another country, and that animal that doesn’t speak English, do you hear it in English?

Yes.

Can I talk to animals? 

Yes, anyone can learn intuitive animal communication. This is not magic.

I have a question that wasn’t covered here. How can I learn more? Feel free to email me at bridget@petsaretalking.com