LaShelle can provide you with insight into how your pet feels from his/her perspective. This might include telling you where she is painful, whether certain medications make him feel better or worse, or what precipitated your pet’s condition (e.g. she ate something she shouldn’t have).
LaShelle cannot make medical diagnoses in an animal communication session. For one, it’s simply unethical–and illegal–to make a diagnosis or specific recommendations 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!
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.