How it Works
How it Works
Animal communication is a heart to heart connection between you, your animal, and the animal communicator. Some people use the word intuitive–it is communicating without words.
If you love an animal, chances are you are already doing some animal communication. Have you ever just known what your animal was thinking or feeling? That is animal communication at work.
Yes, animal communication works with any animal. On rare occasions, some animals choose not to participate, in which case you would not be charged for that session.
For ethical reasons, Dr. Easton will facilitate communications only between you and animals that you personally own.
Because Dr. Easton connects with your animal intuitively, time and distance are not a factor.
You do not need to be in the same room as your animal at the time of the consultation, either, but you certainly can be if you wish.
How it Can Help
How it Can Help
Animal communication allows you to understand your pet’s world from their perspective. What makes them happy? What makes them sad? What are their likes and dislikes? How does something make them feel?
In short, you can talk to your animal about nearly anything.
Dr. Easton can help you understand why–from your animal’s perspective–they do certain behaviors. She can also help your pet understand why you dislike a particular behavior, and what you’d like them to do instead.
Oftentimes, this communication allows you to work together to solve the behavior issue in a way that satisfies both of your needs.
Some behavior issues, though, are best solved with appropriate veterinary care.
Dr. Easton can’t make your animal behave any more than she can make your child behave! But she can deliver the message.
Dr. Easton can provide you with insight into how your pet feels from their perspective. This might include telling you where they are painful, whether certain medications make them feel better or worse, or what precipitated your pet’s condition (e.g., they ate something they shouldn’t have).
Dr. Easton cannot make medical diagnoses or prescribe medications in an animal communication session. For one, it’s simply unethical–and illegal–to do this without having examined a patient in person. On top of that, animals often do not know why they are sick, in the same way that you may not know what is causing your stomach to ache–you just know that it hurts!
In many cases, however, Dr. Easton can make suggestions–to be discussed with your vet–about nutrition, supplements, and other treatments that may benefit your animal companions.
A session with an animal communicator should never be used as a substitute for veterinary care, but it may provide information that can be valuable to your veterinarian.
Yes, Dr. Easton can communicate with animals in spirit. She recommends that you wait at least two months after a pet has passed before attempting a communication session.
Your animal’s spirit needs some time to rest and adjust, and your raw emotions can get in the way of a successful communication, so it is better to allow some time to pass.
Dr. Easton does not work with lost pets. There are many animal communicators who specialize in this type of communication, and they would be the best choice if you are looking for a lost animal.
Dr. Easton has limited availability for urgent appointments, but will work to accommodate your schedule where possible. Please contact us for availability.
There is an additional fee of $75 for appointments made with less than 72 hours’ notice.
Please note that Dr. Easton does not do consultations for lost animals, and a consultation is not an appropriate substitute for in-person veterinary care.
Dr. Easton can help you understand how your pet is feeling, both physically and emotionally, however, only you can make the decision about whether it is time to let them go.
When a pet is getting very close to passing, Dr. Easton believes the best way to spend your time is being present with your pet and loving them as much as possible. Stay in your heart.
All sessions are booked online.
Make a list of all the questions you are interested in exploring with your animal(s). You can ask them about their likes and dislikes, their aches and pains, their feelings, and more. Animals often find it easier to respond to specific questions (e.g., do you like this food?) rather than open-ended questions (e.g., do you have anything to say to me?)
At the time of your session, you should find a quiet room, free from distractions, where you can fully concentrate on the call. This is an invitation to be completely present, so please turn off the television, and tell other family members you need quiet, uninterrupted time.
Give yourself about 5-10 minutes before your session to slow down, take some deep breaths, and quiet your mind. Release any expectations about what you *want* to hear; sometimes the animals tell us what we *need* to hear! Be open to all possibilities.
Your animals do not need to be in the same room with you at the time of the call.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club, and JCB via a secure online system at the time of your appointment.
Please provide at least 24 hours notice to cancel or reschedule an appointment.
Cancellations made within 24 hours of the scheduled appointment will be charged in full, unless the cancellation is due to an emergency.
Dr. Easton does consultations only by appointment, via telephone.
Dr. Easton does consults only via telephone.
Yes, your spouse or anyone who has a deep relationship with both you and your pet may join the call, via another phone on your land line or via your own three way calling service.
If within the first ten minutes of the consult, you do not feel as though Dr. Easton has connected with your animal, you may elect to end the appointment without being charged.
Yes! We offer gift cards here.
Dr. Easton is based in the U.S., and can call anywhere in the world via Skype. If you are unfamiliar with Skype or don’t have an account, she may be able to call your cell phone directly, depending on your location. Please contact us to be sure.
Please note that during a Skype call, Dr. Easton’s video camera will be off, since she spends most of the call with her eyes closed or looking at your animal’s photograph and is unable to interact as one normally might on a video call. You are welcome to have your own camera on or off.