Monthly Archives: August 2015

First 20 Sessions Scheduled – FREE! (#nationaldogday)


Greetings.  In honor of #nationaldogday, I’m posting to request a favor from my FB friends and those that follow my blog.

For nearly 25 years I’ve been studying energy work, meditation, guided imagery and a wide variety of alternative health therapies.  This past year my studies have taken a new direction.  My love for animals has been a strong influence my entire life and the volunteering my family has done for LAPP, a local non-kill shelter, has opened my eyes to the need for more animal advocates.

I am currently working on my Professional Animal Communicator certification.  As a part of my certification I am required to perform a number of case studies to present to my mentor.  I am looking for individuals with animals to volunteer and allow me to “speak” intuitively with your animal(s).

The requirements for a consultation are the name of your animal, breed of your animal, the animal’s approximate age and a photo including the animal’s face.  In addition, please provide three to four questions where the answers can be verified by you, such as the animal’s favorite toy, favorite food, etc.

The consultation will be done intuitively, kind of like a long-distance phone call.  Therefore, the animal and I do not need to meet in person.  After I have communicated with your animal I would like to review the case with you and determine if the answers I obtain from the animal match your answers.  It typically requires about thirty minutes to review the results and can be lots of fun!

How better to celebrate #nationaldogday than by signing up for an opportunity to have a conversation with your dog?  No dog?  I’m perfectly happy to speak with any of the animals in your life!

If you would be interested, I would appreciate if you would contact me via my Facebook page and click on BOOK NOW or schedule your session via my website.

Thank you!


Black Cat Day ^..^

Black_Cat_Appreciation_Day_Aug_27There’s a belief among those that work at animal shelters that black cats, black animals in general, have a more difficult time in being adopted.

Some theorize their color doesn’t photograph well so people viewing listings on the interwebz don’t see the true beauty of the animal.  Another theory is that dark coated animals tend to look older than animals in another color. Others suggest the idea is related to superstitions held about black cats being “evil”.

Another premise is of course, the media.  If you watch a movie where there is a vicious animal portrayed, take note of the animal cast in the role.  Is it black?  Almost every role where there is a call for a ferocious animal it is almost always black.

No matter the real reason, black cats (and dogs) deserve a forever home.  If you’re considering an adoption, please take a look at the black animals available at your local shelter.  Some shelters even run special “Friday the 13th” adoption promotions to encourage the adoption of the dark furry ones!