The Feelings Pets Have


I just did a session for a women who’s cat Alex became good friends with a feral cat who kept visiting their farm. She named the feral Grey. Alex would wait under a truck everyday for his friend who came daily.

Recently Grey disappeared suddenly and Alex kept waiting under the truck for him everyday.

She asked me to contact Grey to see if he was still alive, which sadly he wasn’t. I also communicated with Alex telling him Grey was no longer alive here and gave him Grey’s message of love & friendship.

After I communicated with Alex, his mom said Alex stopped waiting under the truck for his friend that isn’t coming.

SO love animals!


His loving message to Alex


Alex when he was waiting for Grey



Little Safety Tidbits – Good To Knows


I didn’t.  Unlikely, but they can. At your yearly vet visit, have them check the chip each time.

Remember to keep this updated whenever you move, your phone numbers change, or your “Take Care of My Pet” emergency backup people’s info changes!

I have this as a calendar reminder every few months as a check to myself. Then just move it back out several months again for next time.

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This was posted to Facebook, but it’s such a great use of a natural product, versus a harmful chemical one for pets who walk in your yard, wanted to share here too:

“Weeds in Paths?  Use Vinegar, Not Roundup.”

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Losing A Pet Hurts Too Much, I’ll Never Get Another One!

Like so many people, I vowed not to get another dog, or at the very least, not for about 1 to 1-1/2 years after I had to help my 2 dogs of 17 years, cross over 5 months apart.  They were my “boys” and my longest male relationship to date.  Since I was single a lot of my time with them, they were my everything even more so.  They were both sick the last year of their life too, so being single and having all the responsibility of their heavy care, was an exhausting and very sad time for me.

Well, I certainly was a big talker.  I only lasted 14 days and I adopted my little Snickers.  It was the coming home and not feeling the joyous fur and sloppy kisses of pure love.  It was pure, cold emptiness.  Like a vacuum had sucked all the love and joy out of the home.  It was palatable.  You could actually feel it physically.

During the 1st week with Snicker I thought looking at him, could I possibly love again to the same depth I did already with Corke, then Pj & Billi?  He deserved that much and could I give it to him?  I was still filled with grieve and pain from Pj & Billi crossing over.  I didn’t want that kind of pain ever-ever again.

But, before a week was up, no one could have wrenched Snickers from my arms or my heart.

Corke, my little doggie angel who was murdered and who I actually got the animal communication gift from, said these words of wisdom to me and I hope it helps any of you feeling this kind of pain (Corke’s love and wisdom helped my heart heal and I hope it does yours)…

“Mom, stop looking down where I am no longer and crying.  Please look up to me and smile, so I know you know I am here.  I am here still.  Smile to me momma, I am here!”

“Momma, you say you will never love another dog again because we go too soon and it’s too painful.  There are so many more animals who need love, attention and help that people give them. If we lasted as long as you do, think of how many of us would never get saved or be loved at all.  So love as many as you possibly can.”

They do understand we have to grieve, but when we feel the most heaviest grief, is when they are right near us.  Our heart can tell they are there and that is why it hurts the most.  They are our kids, our family, our soul mates, our best friends, our heroes – our everything.

So for our little angels looking down at us, we must look up and smile to them telling them we know they are there and loving as many as we possibly can.

To lighten the feeling a little with this hard on our hearts subject…my little Pj right after the vets gave him the shot to help him cross over, yelled at me from heaven, “Mom, stop crying over me!!!  You know I am not there I am here!!!”  He was bossy in life here and was still that way after crossing! 🙂

Love them all!

To my angels here and in heaven, I love you, I will always love you!

Dah Boys-PJ (left) & Billi (right)

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Little Snickers

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Corke, my little angel

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What Are You?

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No to all of these.

I get asked this question a lot.  People don’t know how to define what I do.  So,  I thought it would be nice to answer this question for anyone else who doesn’t know.

I don’t “foresee” things like a psychic does.

I’m not just a medium, those that connect with the departed, because I communicate with live animals as well.

Dog/horse/pet whisperers know the body language and pack behavior of animals and use that to communicate & teach pets (and their people).

I am an animal telepath (animal communicator).  I communicate mind to mind with animals telepathically.  For me, it’s just like if you and I are talking together.  That’s how I hear an animal.  I’m mostly clairaudient (hear them), but I’m also clairvoyant (see visuals from them) & I’m clairsentient as well (feel their feelings).

So how does this work?  A typical session is usually 30-60 minutes and you can break that time up into as many pets as you need to, live or departed.  I only need a photograph and a list of what you want to ask or tell the animal.  When I’m communicating with them, I’m writing down our conversation.  Afterward, I email the session pages to you.  Shazam!  Any leftover time is banked for future sessions.

Many of my clients have commented how wonderful it is to have a written session to keep and refer back to or re-read whenever they want.  They have actually said they cherish their pages.

[Session page below.]

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A phone session however…

Would require you to quickly scribble down notes during the session and you could miss things.

Or record it, which is not easy to refer back to unless you re-listen to it all over again and/or write it all down afterwards.

I’ve been asked if it matters what language the pet knows or hears from their people.  Good question, since I have clients all over the world that speak in their native tongue to their pets (i.e. German, Japanese, French, etc.).  It does not matter as I hear the pet in my language as I am the “filter” of the conversation.  When I’m talking with the animal, I’m writing our conversation down.  So, it does require that the pet’s mom or dad is able read written English.

Why do I only use pictures?  I don’t need a physical body in front of me to connect with an animal to have a conversation.  I don’t even need a photograph when it comes down to it.  I’m connecting to their soul & mind, not their physical body.  The picture just allows me to “see” them during our conversation together.  This is how I’m able to communicate with departed animals as well.

Why don’t I give phone sessions?  Many animal communicators do their sessions over the phone, but I prefer working off a photograph and information from the person. By getting all the questions & information in advance, the conversation with the animal is without interruptions from bouncing back and forth from the person to me, me to their pet, their pet to me, me back to the person.  This is loop is repeated for every question or comment the person wants to say to their pet.  Not to mention things like call waiting interrupting our call, calls dropping off, or something distracting the person during the call.

Why don’t I do on-site sessions?  Because I don’t need to be with the pet to communicate with them.  Not to mention all the time it takes to drive back and forth to people (for those of you who know California traffic and the distance between cities here in San Diego not to mention I live pretty rural outside the city); it just takes too much time.  I’d rather be talking to more pets during a day then sitting in a car driving around for sure!  And, the cost for a session would be a lot more making it less affordable for most people.

I’ve been doing professional sessions since 2000.  In all those years I have found by using photographs for my sessions, it is how I work best to give you the best session.  Plus, I usually get about 15-20 minutes more talk time with the pet during an hour.  So, it’s beneficial to the pet and their person which makes it so worth it to me.

Hoping this helped explained who I am and what I do if you had any questions about it.

Awesome Products!

I have found some really good products after working with shelters, vets and trying different things.  I have dogs so that’s what my recommendations are geared to, but some can also be used on cats (make sure to check before using).  

If you have any good products for other animals you’d like me to share with others, please email me! 🙂


These are brands of freeze dried dog food that are made with only good & natural ingredients and not made in another country.  You add hot water to them and the dogs LOVE them!  They come in many flavors – chicken, duck, lamb, turkey & beef. It’s not cooked or baked so all the nutrients stay in it.  We also use the Small Batch frozen raw food and the dogs enjoy that product as well, especially in hot weather.


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We mix them up so they have some flavor change to each of their meals.  I know some doggies need gradual change so mixing one with another when you’re change works.  We do one serving of each and then change to another brand or flavor for the next meal and my kids haven’t had any problems.

Adding superfoods or liquid vitamins & minerals to their diet helps keep them healthy too.  Missing Link helped my previous dogs when they had allergy issues and can help with joint issues as well.  Also, adding liquid vitamins to the food gives them an extra boost when needed outside food.

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I’ve hear that Dog Gone Pain (DGP) helps ease the pain in dogs that have joint issues very well.
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I just heard about this product from my neighbor for dogs & cats (he was one of the scientists working on it) –  Helps osteoarthritis in dogs & FeLV and/or FIV in cats.
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I’ve heard many natural doctors say, “If you’re not going to take any vitamins at all, take digestive enzymes so that your body can get the nutrients out of the food you’re eating.  It’s the same with pets.

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The Beggin For It 100% USA raised chicken jersey treats.  They’re not pumped with saline, antibiotics, hormones or preservatives.  They are my kids only treats because after eating them, they won’t eat regular doggie cookies now. Not even if a human cookie or cracker falls to the floor. They just stare at it. Since not baked, it’s more whole food.

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Ears All Right – Keeps their ears really clean, it’s natural, keeps mites out and boost the immune system.  We use about every 2 weeks or after their bath to dry out their ears.

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Vet’s Best Enzymatic Dental Gel Toothpaste – A really good teeth cleaning product that we use for their teeth 2x a day.  We try to brush their teeth with the gel once a day after dinner and then use the spray in the morning because we don’t have a lot of time.

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Smoochies – It’s a natural additive you add to their water to help keep their breath clean and smelling good too in addition to daily brushing.

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EQyss Conditioner – This makes their hair SO soft and shiny and it smells wonderful (so much so, I started using it myself and it’s done wonders for my long hair. 🙂  It’s a little more costly than other dog products, but worth it to us since our pooches are poodle mixes with curly hair.

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I’ve been using Bach Flowers on myself and my pets since 2000.  They’ve helped my dogs who have been abused by previous owners or are dealing with health issues.  And me with my impatience (and that’s a hard feet :).  There are 38 remedies that handle different behavioral issues.

“The original Bach Flower Remedies is a safe and natural method of healing discovered by Dr. Bach from 1920 – 1930’s in England. They gently restore the balance between mind and body by casting out negative emotions such as fear, worry, hatred and indecision which interfere with the equilibrium of the being as a whole. The Bach Flower Remedies allow peace and happiness to return to the sufferer so that the body is free to heal itself.
The Bach Flower Remedies are made from wild flowers and are safe for the whole family including pets.” –

If you go to the site above, the 38 remedies are listed showing what they help with.  You can even search a specific issue (i.e. anxiety) to find the remedies that help that.

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Funny Things Pets Have Said :)


Okay is this funny or what?

This handsome boy is Barney B. His mom was going away for 2 weeks and I was to reassure him that he’d be okay at the pet sitters, his mom would be back in 2 weeks and not to worry.

During the session, BEFORE his mom left, I had this visual pop into my head (see pict from my session pages. :)  And he did it SO deliberately in the vision I saw when talking to him.

His mom is now back home and emailed me this:

“By the way, the visualization you had of him knocking over something from the counter must have been his future intention because that’s EXACTLY what he did this morning! And when he jumped down, he sat and watched me – the rascal .”

Cheeky little fellow or WHAT ha!





Talked to a bunny last night and was reminding her of her mommy’s requests since she had a little relapse like don’t chew the carpet, no pee/poo on the couch, etc.

The little bunny replied, “Sigh.  It’s very hard to remember all these things.  It’s very hard to override my bunny-ness sometimes.”

Ha, adorable or what?!?!

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Safety Tips – Good To Knows!


It’s important to keep a pet emergency card in your wallet behind your driver’s license, a tag on your keychain and a sticker on each of your home doors.

If a fire goes through your neighborhood, as many have experienced during the many fires we’ve had here over the years, you are NOT always allowed to enter the evacuation zone to get your pets. Having the stickers on the doors with not only your contact name and phone number, but listing each of your pets – what type of animal they are and their names; could save their life.  If a fire fighter or police officer goes into your home, many animals would hide.  If they can call out your pet’s name, at least they might come out of hiding or be calmed to hear their own name by a stranger.

If you were in an accident and not conscious to get care to your pets, they could be left without anyone for who knows how long.  By carrying a pet emergency contact card behind your driver’s license, emergency personnel would know who to contact to get help for your pets.  The key chain one is just another way to make sure your pet emergency card is read since most of them say, “Please see pet emergency wallet card.”

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I didn’t, yikes!  Unlikely, but they can.  At your yearly vet visit, have them check the chip just in case.

+     Remember to keep your info updated whenever you move, your phone numbers change, or your “Take Care of My Pet” emergency backup people’s info changes!

I have this as a calendar reminder every few months as a check to myself. Then just move it back out several months again for next time.

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