I am based in Morges, in canton de Vaud, in Switzerland. My service is always personalized. Each case is unique and deserves special attention. It is by no means limited in time. Understanding the problem to be solved as well as possible and possibly bringing solutions to it requires complete availability and a significant investment in time.

The animal communication consultation offered is comprised of three stages:

First stage

Animal communication

It is preferably done remotely, using a photo, and can therefore be done with animals all over the world. The issues that can be addressed are as follows:

Behavior problems

This involves changing or correcting inappropriate behavior (peeing outside the litter box, running away repeatedly, paralyzing shyness, etc.) without impacting the intrinsic character of the animal.
It may also be necessary to warn the animal of an upcoming event which will affect it and which will be potentially stressful for it, such as a move, a separation or the arrival of another animal in the household. The goal is for the animal to understand the situation and for it and its caretakers to prepare for it.

Physical problems and general health issues

The animal must first have been seen by a veterinarian because animal communication does not replace a veterinary consultation. She can identify the causes of the physical problems and general health issues.

Better knowledge of your animal

Learn the peculiarities of your animal to feel even closer to it and take action for its well-being.

Support for animals at the end of their life

It is important to understand the needs of the animal at this time and to help its caretaker to make the necessary decisions so that this stage of life takes place in the most peaceful way possible for all.

Deceased animals

Connection requests with deceased animals may come from the caretaker who would like to send messages to their animals or to understand the causes of death.

Animal communication is above all about the animal itself, but my role also consists — when the need arises – in providing moral support to its caretaker, especially in difficult times (illness, death, etc.).

Second stage

An oral summary of the communication made via telephone or face to face.

Third stage

Written feedback through a communication report that highlights (when necessary and possible) any concrete solutions and advice that are easy to implement. All the proposed solutions are natural.