Private Reading - Special Offer!!!
If you have participated in our facebook competition to win a free reading, this offer is for you!
Offer only valid until 2nd April 2018!!!
How to book this special offer
Please email me (to firstname.lastname@example.org):
Two clear photos (one of your animals head, showing the eyes clearly, the other showing the whole body) together with
Name, age, sex and breed (to put their answers into some context and therefore understand them better) and
5 or 10 questions for your companion (e.g. are you happy, how are you feeling/
are you sore anywhere, what do you like/don't like, what can I change to make life
better for you...)
Phone number I can contact you on (I will email you prior to arrange a day/time)
State you live in (to work out time differences for the call)
Payment needs to be made until 30th July 2017
I will then contact you via email to arrange a time for a phone call regarding the results of the communication because a lot of impressions can't just be written down and need to be explained. Please have pen and paper ready to write down anything that is important for you.
What to expect from a reading
I can find out basic matters like how they feel about life, their purposes, concerns, attitudes, or enjoyments, but a consultation is facilitated by you asking specific questions that are important to you. No background information is needed.
Animals may not talk about your areas of concern unless you focus their attention on them as from experience it is not necessarily equivalent what an animal considers important and worth telling and what worries the owners.
Questions about health, attitudes, competing & performance, behaviour and environment are all welcome. Above all have an open mind, sometimes the animals don't always give you the information you want to hear.
Depending on the number of questions a consultation takes around 45 minutes. Neither you nor your animal has to be present for the consultation.
Often you can see a positive change in your companion after the consultation. They appreciate us listening to them and if you can adjust a few (little) things they have asked for, they realise that you do care about their wishes and needs and that alone can have a positive change in their behaviour and attitude.
But please do remember that I cannot guarantee that the behaviour of an animal or the situation changes as this requires the willingness of the animal (similar to asking a child to do something e.g. a child being naughty in the supermarket, they might listen to you but if they decided this is not what they want, they may not listen). But if their behaviour is a reaction to something (e.g. discomfort, stress,...) and we can eliminate the cause, they will stop their behaviour once the necessary steps have been taken.