Truth Of Pet Communicator
A pet communicator is a person who can understand an pet’s feelings, pain and experiences an pet has had. Other terms that they are commonly called are “pet psychics” or “pet mediums”. There are different types of communicators – some may only speak to pet that have passed. Pet communication is not about deciphering an pet’s body language or behavior, though. It’s an actual exchange of information between the communicator and pet in the form of words, mental images, feelings and more.
I have worked with two pet communicators, and the experience with each was completely different. For legal reasons, I am not going to name either pet communicator. I found that one was extremely accurate while the other got some things right and was dead wrong on other things.
The first communicator I worked with took forever to get back to me. When she did give me answers to my questions, some of them were spot on. However, after talking to several individuals, they pointed out that her answers were extremely general and could be applied to just about any rider. Other answers she gave me I could not really verify, but they just did not seem right given what I do know about him.
The second communicator I found via word of mouth. She had been on my radar for a while, but I only recently scheduled an appointment with her. We spoke over the phone, and during the start of our reading, she began with information that immediately came to her. After that, I told her what I was hoping to speak with, and she gave me information based solely on the pet’s name, physical description, and breed. She was completely spot on about all 3 pets without any background information from me. It was quite interesting. She also did what she called a body scan of the two pets that were living, and much of her information was accurate and verifiable.
Obviously getting a reading from a pet communicator is solely for entertainment purposes, and you should never use it in place of getting a professional’s opinion if your pet is having a health issue. However, when communicators are spot-on accurate like the second one – who again had zero background information – I do wonder if they are connected to something that I, as a lay person, am not.
If you are thinking of having your pet read by an pet communicator, here are some tips I have so that you get the best out of your reading.
Are Pet Communicators For Real?
Depending on how open-minded you are, you might not buy into the whole idea of pet communication. It’s normal to be skeptical and for good reason: pet communication defies logic. That said, thousands of people around the world work as pet communicators, but as with any profession, not all of them are genuine. Do your research before handing over your hard-earned money.
While pet communicators can help identify an injury or illness, it is probably best to consult with your veterinarian first during an emotionally vulnerable time. When you’re looking for answers, it’s easy to divulge too much information to someone who says they’re going to talk to your pet.
So I have to say overall I am pretty impressed with what happened with this. While I definitely do not think this is a scam — I am not 100% convinced just yet that it is truly real either. But I am skeptic by nature and torn between what I WANT to believe versus the reality of what may or may not be true.
Is It For You?
Pet communicators work with all kinds of pets for a variety of reasons, but is it right for you? “If a pet owner sees this ‘for entertainment purposes only,’ I think they’ll find that it’s worth the money. Speaking of money, pet communicators range in price from about $20 up to a couple of hundred per session. While it’s not cheap, many pet owners find working with a pet communicator to be beneficial. It’s suited for any pet owner who loves their pet and feels that this type of communication is possible. You just need to believe that it is possible to talk to them, and most importantly, love them. It is this mutual love that will always connect you to your very best furry friend.
1. Don’t offer loads of information
This is because if they just repeat it to you in a different form, you’ll regret the session later as you start to question whether it was real or not.
If you’re hesitant to pay their fee, then don’t. If there’s a choice between paying a vet or paying a communicator, pay the vet. Choose a communicator who is within your budget.
Before you make a payment, make a list of what you want to tell (or ask) your pets. Get guidelines from your communicators, and don’t be afraid to ask for references and Google the person’s name first. Money and time are valuable and you should feel that you got a good value.
Has your curiosity been piqued? The best way to see if pet communication is beneficial to you is to just try it out. Have fun and your pet may surprise you!
Many pet communicators will say that they cannot control what information they gather, and that it is the pet’s choice as to what he or she wants to share. If you are closed off to everything but what you want to hear, this may hinder your reading. Being open to any and all information the communicator receives will make the reading much more enjoyable for the both of you, and you won’t be disappointed if you cannot figure something out or connect with a certain subject.
2. Be honest with your communicator
If you and your communicator are not clicking or if he or she is giving you inaccurate information, you should be honest and let them know. The second communicator with whom I worked told me that she refunds when she is unable to give a good reading or when she is unable to connect with the pet – this is a great policy! Additionally, if the communicator is offering up inaccurate information, going along with it and pretend like it is correct will not help you or the communicator. You’ll keep getting inaccurate information that way! Make sure to speak up when the communicator has gotten something wrong. If you feel like the reading is just not working, feel free to promptly end the conversation. There is no point in wasting your time with someone who is not connecting with your pet or who is clearly a fraud.
3. Don’t rely on the communicator
If your pet is having a serious health or behavioral issue, relying on the pet communicator to solve it is just plain stupid. You should secure the help of a professional, whether it’s a trainer, a farrier, a vet, or some other pro that can pinpoint what is going on and the steps to take to solve it. It is ultimately up to you how much stock you put in a reading with an pet communicator. It’s most important to just have fun with it! No one will ever know for sure whether any pet communicator can really tune into what your pet or other pet is thinking, so just have fun and see where it goes if you’re going to get a reading.