At the beginning of the appointment, I ask for a physical description  of your pet.  I avoid looking at photos of your pet before a session.  Once the animal begins to describe themselves, I know that I  have  permission and am connected for the conversation. I do however enjoy  seeing the photos after the session is completed!

Shy  animals are often willing to speak, sometimes they will need a bit more  coaxing and time to open up and get talking.  Asking  them easy  questions at first can help to encourage them to say  more.  With a bit  of encouragement they are often very happy to share their thoughts. 

My sessions can include animals who have passed  over.  As long as they are ready and willing to speak with us, we can  most certainly have a conversation with them.  

I  set all appointments via email and in the eastern time zone to avoid  confusion and missed appointments.  I do not get phone messages on my  appointment phone number.  My email address is or go to the "contact us" page of this website to send me a message.  

I work with current clients only for  missing pets. 

In the case of lost cats, please look at Kim Freeman's website-

To  prepare for  a session, some people like to write a list of questions  to help to remember what they would like to ask. In other cases  people like to just let the conversation flow and take it's own path.   Either way works very well.

Although I  do my best for beneficial results in all sessions, there is always
free will.  I can make requests of the animals and often they will make 
adjustments. There is no guarantee that there will be a change
​in behaviors. 

These  sessions are not a replacement for Veterinary care or help of other  professionals. They can be full of wonderful surprises and the insights  that these animals in our lives can provide can be profound and also on  occasion, very funny. 

For information about setting an appointment, please go to the "Contact and Payment" option on this website. 

   "Happiness is a warm puppy."

 Charles Schultz