Animal Communication

Our animals play very special roles in our lives, and miscommunication between you can make life hard!

Are you wondering what is going on with your animal companion?  I help people understand the animals in their life, whether they are cats, dogs, horses, pigs, cows – or any other.

Why use an animal communicator?  My clients have many reasons:

  • explanation for a recent behavior change
  • check in on health needs
  • reconnect, answer lasting questions with a deceased pet
  • assist in blending of new animal families
  • discover what they need or want from us, their people

“Jack took your advice the other day…next day he was back to his old self…he wags his tail a lot more again and barks “   A.L.

Animals communicate with each other using telepathy, sending words, feelings or pictures, and with practice, we humans can re-establish our ability to communicate telepathically.  “Talking” with an animal is very gratifying, and helping the human understand why a behavior exists is even more rewarding. Animal communication can have the effect of the animal feeling like they got their life story off their chest and can modify their behavior as a result.

During an Animal Communication I will help you to understand things as your animal does, ultimately helping you to reframe the picture of the situation and make different choices as well!

I am a graduate of, and now Dean of Students at ,Communication With All Life University , a comprehensive Animal Communication Certification program founded by Joan Ranquet. This program is taught through ongoing  tele-seminars,  weekend workshops and electives in which we work directly with animals both locally and all over the country. With the help of the University, people are able to discover their intuitive skills and then master them with the thorough curriculum.

Karen, we really appreciate your giftedness, and sharing it with us and the animals! Karen provided us with an amazing reading of our 2 dogs who had passed on awhile back. Not only did she read both dogs to a ‘T’, she also reported images that only our dogs could have shared! Karen, thank you so very much for conveying messages to and from our girls and for respecting, honoring and sharing in the remarkable relationships that we had with them! “ Pat A

Animal Communication Sessions

I can communicate with your animal via a private phone session, a private in-house appointment or as part of a group such as a doggie daycare or barn session.

During a private phone session you email a photo of the animal to me and we arrange a time to talk on the phone.  This can be very helpful for behavioral, training and health challenges and is a great opportunity to deepen your connection with your animal companion.

In some cases animal communication is just the start, to restore harmony there may also be a need for training, veterinary care or body/energy work.

Click here to set an appointment or Contact Me for more information

CLIENT COMMENTS

“I wanted to thank you for insights regarding Clancy…it is a relief that he is happy.”  NR

“Karen… how to exclaim my accolades of your work! I am eternally grateful for the “work”/ love you offered my kitty Katie and she is completely mobile and eating me out of house and home! YES! She meows a lot.   Loving your work,”  LD

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Roxy and I take on a Fitness Challenge!

By on December 18, 2014

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I’ve been inspired to make some changes in the house by a fitness challenge for animals and their people (joanranquet.com/challenge ).  My son has mentioned a few times that Roxy, my 8 ½ year old cat, is overweight  but I usually dismiss it.  With this challenge though I thought I’d look to see if indeed she is, and guess what?  Yes, she could lose a little fat!

There is no one rule for what a cat should weigh, but there is a pretty good visual guide here http://www.assisianimalhealth.com/files/8714/1157/8864/fat-animals.jpeg .  Looking at Roxy, I can see she’s above her ideal weight.

no defined waste

no defined waste

So where to start?

Current feeding schedule: self feeding dry food.  Wont eat canned food.  Cries for tuna constantly.

Doing some research I find that self-feeding is potentially quite detrimental to their health for several reasons.

One is that the stomach never fully empties before taking more bites. This keeps the cat in a constant digestive stage instead of moving out of digestive and into rest and healing.  Cats that self feed have higher diabetes and heart disease rates.

Another is that food should follow the hunt, or in our case play, so the digestive system readies for food intake by releasing digestive enzymes.

And yet another is when they are actually hungry at mealtime- they aren’t as picky!

Plan:      I will take Roxy off self-feeding and feed twice a day with a mix of wet and dry.

I will also play before mealtime to activate digestion.

This is a 6 week challenge, so check back and see how she’s doing!

This is Roxy EVERYTIME I go in the kitchen…

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Animals & Us – Newsletter December 2014

By on December 21, 2014

Happy Holidays to all of you animal friendly people out there and welcome to December issue of my newsletter!  Be sure to check out this last minute special if you’re looking for a gift!   There is still time! Last

Helping Out- bit by bit

By on December 10, 2014

I’m here to help the animals, so why am I painting?  How does this help?  It’s exciting to take teams of people to work parties at Pasados Safe Haven animal sanctuary every few months for it’s always something new, every

A Powerful Catalyst for Change

By on November 11, 2014

I’ll do almost anything for the animals:) Lately I’ve been combining my skills as an Animal Communicator and a Prayer Practitioner together, often with another bonus healing modality, all in order to help shift a challenge in an animal’s house.

Homeward Pets- Happy Shelter Appreciation Week!

By on November 3, 2014

As promised earlier,  this post is for Homeward Pets  in honor of National Shelter Appreciation Week. June 2005. I had been browsing Petfinder for months, looking at all shapes, colors, sizes of dogs near me. I was actually secretly wishing

Shelter Love – National Shelter Appreciation Week

By on October 28, 2014

I’m posting this early so you have a week to plan how best to show your appreciation to your local shelter or rescue November 2nd to 8th for National Shelter Appreciation Week!  There are so many beautiful people working at shelters

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