Adrienne Herman, Animal Communicator
Animal Therapist specializing in cats, dogs, horses, goats, rabbits, rats, and just about any mammal, and some amphibians.
Who am I?
Who are you?
You are an animal lover who would like to know more about what your pet or companion is thinking or feeling. You are a dog lover who would like to know more about what your dog is thinking or feeling. Does he really want to kill the cat next door? Why’d she chew up that shoe? What happens to him when the doorbell rings? What does she think when I go on vacation? When kids come to visit? You want to know if s/he could be happier or healthier. You are curious about past experiences. If your 4-legged is rescued, you would, perhaps, like to know more about what happened before. If your 4-legged is quirky, you may want to know what prompts that funny behavior. You may want to know if the food you are feeding is the best, or if there are any allergies in your environment, and what to do about them. You may be curious about who your dog thinks is the boss. You may wish for your 4-legged to be less fearful or less possessive or more approachable. If your 4-legged is prone to ear or eye infections or muscle sprains or skin or digestive issues, for example, you want to know what you can do to make things better. I can help.
What I do
I will answer your questions by finding out what your 4-legged has to say about these matters and more. I will, when appropriate, recommend one or more of the following: changes in diet, treatment with homeopathics, treatment with flower essences, treatment with aromatherapy, further training with a qualified and well-matched trainer or behaviorist, or that you see a qualified veterinarian for testing or medication, among other courses of action. I will always leave you with more information than before we met, and with a clear plan of action.