Animals Are Communicating—And Animal Communicators Can Hear Them

Kimberley Lehman

We love our pets so much! It seems they run this planet; we treat our furry domestic partners like royalty! When they are acting unusually or experiencing discomfort, their caretakers are the immediate ones to know. Times like this may call for a trip to the veterinarian; however, just like humans who seek holistic healing for themselves, pet owners can also seek alternative healing methods for their beloved companions. Enter the expertise of those humans gifted with Animal Communication.

Animal Communication is the ability to speak and understand the unspoken thoughts and feelings of animals.

Animal communicators could be pet owners themselves or animal care professionals such as veterinarians or dog trainers. Many people have heard stories of pets talking to their humans telepathically; however, animal communicators typically do not mention to their clients that they can communicate with their pets. Instead, they allow the pet and the human to develop a relationship, and if they’re questioned “Do you speak to animals?” the communicator will reply affirmatively.

It may seem like a roundabout way of doing things, but it’s a very effective tool that allows the communicator to gain the client’s trust. The Animal Communicator can observe the relationship between the owner and pet; this can be a valuable asset to diagnosis the pet’s issues.

When asked, pet communication experts report that they communicate in many ways; speaking verbally, telepathically (feeling that one is projecting their thoughts into an animal’s mind) by observing body language and behavior. According to Lynn M. Johnson, an expert in Animal Communication and author of the book Animal Talk, dogs communicate very well using their eyes.

“They can’t talk back to you verbally or put words in your mouth but they do have many ways to communicate,” says Johnson. “They use their eyes, ears, tails, and body language to express what they’re feeling. They also send scents, which are chemical-based signals that carry information.”

With pet communication being such an effective way of ascertaining the condition of our furry companions, Animal Communication has become a popular service among pet owners. Johnson estimates that the field of animal communication is growing at a rate of 20% annually.

Another successful pet communicator, Dr. Paulette Kouffman Sherman, reports that she has never found an animal suffering from a mental illness. Dr. Sherman concludes animals are helped through therapy or adjustments to food or environmental factors if they suffer from physical or emotional problems.

Animal Communication is a secret weapon to have in your pet-owner arsenal.

If the idea intrigues you, there are many books on the subject and classes that can teach you how to practice formal Animal Communication, because let’s face it: You already know how to communicate with your sweet and unconditionally loving animal companion.

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