There are so many reasons for wanting to help your pet with it’s health and wellness. Have you just rescued, are fostering, or just adopted an animal? We don’t always get the information we need from others about our new pets and their needs, so getting a wellness session for them makes your journey together so much easier.
Perhaps your current pet is having health issues? Going through a trauma? Adjusting to a new home? Or just acting “out of sorts”?
Getting a session, (communication and/or healing) for them will help both of you have a better life. This includes answers to the questions you have for your pet (animal communication), and for your pet to express its needs.
During a phone session, or via email, I will share with you any health and wellness changes you should consider, emotional assistance your pet needs, issues to address with your veterinarian, as well as answers to questions you presented at the time of your appointment.
Services are currently only available via Email. Email Readings are replied to within 36 hours of payment. You must include background and current health information if you have not already provided this, and be sure to include a RECENT picture of your pet (full size, front facing).
Send your emails to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Animal Communication: $50 (via email – up to 3 direct questions or areas of concern)
Distance Healing: $100 initial session, future sessions $75
Once your email reading is requested, and questions are sent, you will receive an electronic invoice by email to be paid upon receipt. Lack of payment will automatically place your request on hold, adding time to when you will receive your information.
DISCLAIMER: Information shared on this site or in a session is not intended for use without consulting your veterinarian. I claim no responsibility for the actions of my clients.
Sessions are for information only and should be used with discretion.
In shamanic cultures naturopathic means are used first because we are taught to be in tune with our own body’s needs. As a pet owner, I want that for the animals in your life as well! If your pet is on pharmaceutical medication be sure to share that information with me so you may learn about the side effects they can create when adding particular herbs, supplements, or other over the counter products to your pet’s wellness program.
NEVER assume that what someone else does for their pet is what you should be doing for yours. All pets, just like all humans, are individualistic beings and should be treated as such.