Your Pet's Perspective...

Your pets live in an environment created entirely by you, which can often pose numerous challenges for them. These challenges can present themselves mainly as behavioural problems or emotional issues.

My expertise is in bringing pet and parent together to a place of understanding by communicating with both parties (interspecies communication), translating for the pet in their own animal language what the ongoing concerns are, whilst supporting the pet parent to explore positive ways to progress towards a resolution.

Joanne & her dogs

Find out what they are feeling...

A chance to see things differently, to actually get to understand the reason for your pet’s behaviour. To find out what they are feeling and to have a better understanding of that. It can help your pet to alleviate fear, anxiety, and even help you discover which bed, or food, they prefer.

By revealing the underlying problem or concern that you have about your pet, communicating in animal language can help you achieve a deeper understanding of their needs, and help you provide a happier environment for them. Be it a dog, cat, rabbit, chicken, guinea pig, horse, tortoise or snake – Animal Communication applies to all creatures, great and small!

Joanne's dog Mitch

Listening to your pet...

Experience shows that there are pet parents who find themselves facing concerns with no idea on how to solve them. This is when consulting the help of an Animal Communicator is invaluable.

Animal Communication is about listening to your pet, and communicating in animal language so that we can understand about what they are feeling and thinking. An Animal Communicator can relay your questions to them, and provide their answers. It can also give you messages from them, thereby enabling you to learn about their way of seeing things.

Giving you this insight will make life so much happier, and much more pleasurable for you and your pet.

Mhyah resting her head in Joanne's hand

There is hope......

Maybe your pet is a rescue with damaging past experiences. Maybe the family dynamics have altered? Maybe you've moved house? Or maybe, for no apparent reason, your pet starts to show signs of stress, or erratic behaviour.

You're obviously going to feel upset that you're not enjoying your time with them, and you'll be concerned you aren't meeting their needs, which will begin to make you feel guilty. You might even start to question whether you're a good pet parent or not!

Perhaps you've already sought training/behavioural methods, maybe even medical/ vet advice and treatment, but despite all that, your pet’s issues continue to prevail...


It’s time

The frustration and worry, and the impact it has on daily life has to end now. So if you are troubled by your pet, act now and imagine how you’ll feel finding a solution to all that… Suddenly you can see things from your pet’s perspective. How they view their lives and their routine. You have an insight into what fears and anxieties they may be carrying.

You now understand their needs, and as a result you have a clearer picture of what their triggers are, and how to overcome them. Suddenly there’s a meeting of minds, so to speak…. The net result? A happy pet, and a happy you! Don’t live with the stress of having an unhappy pet when a solution is waiting right here! Pets can bring us endless joy. When they don’t, it’s time to understand why...

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