Meet Bridget Pilloud

Hi there-

I’m Bridget Pilloud. I talk with animals. I love what I do.

I live in Ridgefield, Washington (just north of Portland) with my husband, Brian, and our  2 dogs, Nyna and Marvin and 1 very old cat, Leo.

When I’m not doing intuitive work with pets and people, I am deeply interested in color and design. We’re currently remodeling our 60’s ranch!  Also, we have a red boat named Dapple and we love to sail.

How It All Started

I started talking with animals in 2001.

We had recently adopted a weimaraner named Beaulah. She had been put into weimaraner rescue after her owner of 9 years ditched her to marry a lady that hated dogs.


I woke up around 4 in the morning one morning. I was completely awake. I sat up in bed wondering, “Why am I awake?”

Then I felt a wave of deep grief. I looked over in the dim light and saw Beaulah sitting up on her dog bed.

I heard her say, “What did I do?”

I said, “What?”

She said, “What did I do that he made me leave home and come here?”


“Oh Beaulah!” I said, “You didn’t do anything! You’re our Beaulah and we love you.”

I gave her pets and rubbed her ears for about 20 minutes, and Beaulah sadly settled down and fell asleep.  I sat by her dog bed and thought, “What was that?”

That was the beginning of my journey.  Beaulah lived with us until the ripe old age of 13.  She learned to really love her life with us.

My first intuitive animal communication teacher was a horse named Bert.

He taught me so much about animal relationships, and it was through his very clear voice that I first consistently heard an animal.  Bert passed away in 2005. He was in his late-20’s, we believe. I miss him every day.

I honed my skills over several years, validating my work with over 75 case studies and hundreds of conversations.

I am celebrating my 10th year as a professional pet psychic.  I’ve worked with thousands of animals and their humans.

Best News Ever

The best news ever is this: we can all do this!

Granted, I talk with hundreds of pets a year. I’ve had a lot of practice.  I am very good at what I do.

But, what I do, you can do. We’re all born with intuitive gifts. Just as we breathe and read and cook, we can use our intuitive skills to help one another.

What I do

I have in-depth conversations with animals.  I help pets and their people to get through the rough spots in their relationships.  I help people when their pets pass away.

I love what I do. I love being able to help people all over the world.  I love to see how well people take care of their pets.  It’s a joy to watch and an honor to support!

I also teach workshops.

My next one is online in January 2019.  I hope to offer two in-person workshops in August 2019 and January 2020.

Media Inquiries:

I’ve been in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, Willamette Week, The Portland Mercury, and have been featured at PDX BackFence and Portland Ignite.

If you’d like to feature me and my story, please email me: You can reach me at .