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  • Animal communicator recommendations

    Am looking for a really good, really legitimate animal communicator for phone session. Would also like one who is easy to reach and to schedule. Any suggestions? {this thread for believers only ;->} Txs.

  • #2
    Dawn Hayman from Spring Farm Cares in northern New York is one of the best, but I don't know if she is still doing consultations. She has trained many people and could make a recommendation. All of the fees she has collected in the past have gone to the upkeep of the animal sanctuary she is associated with (SFC). 315 737 9339 M-F 9-4
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    • #3
      Truthfully??

      Keep your Money!!! Unless you just want to do it for entertainment purposes only! because thats all it is!

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      • #4
        I had great luck with Sue Goodrich - www.suegoodrich.com
        She IDed issues for my mare and a friend's gelding that were
        instrumental in getting them better.
        also Mary, www.humanimal.com and Marilyn www.pure-spirit.com
        They both trained with Penelope Smith and I think Mary trained
        with Dawn as well.
        namaste'
        Sheri
        www.onthemuscle.com
        www.cafepress.com/onthemuscle

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        • #5
          you have got to be kidding me you really pay money to let someone tell you what the horse says they need is this for real....

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          • #6
            MarleneSandler inPhiladel[hia is outstanding! also Janet DShepherd inBaltmore. and ofcourse PemelopeSmith in California, or Jeri Ryan, also in California I've used all oftemwtih goodsuccess, in fact I'm hinking of calling one tomorrow.It depends of course inlarge [part how much the animal wants to commmunicate.Some are very upfront about wanting totalk others say "hellio" but, then turn away.notunlike people ithat regard.
            breeder of Mercury!

            remember to enjoy the moment, and take a moment to enjoy and give God the glory for these wonderful horses in our lives.BECAUSE: LIFE is What Happens While Making Other Plans

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            • #7
              do me a favour look you can have me at no charge for a phone call

              first ---you want to know what your horse is thinking and if hes happy and not in pain ..

              we start by making sure that our horses enivroment is both clean and safe and free from dieases barn have well managed paddocks stables feeding programmes worming programmes and farriers vets on call as and when needed along with trainers--
              all feed bowls water bbowls troughs and field shelters are cleaned on a regualr basis

              the horse that all tack and equipment is well fitting and clean as dirt hurts

              the horse -- facial expressions this how they talk


              ears flat back a ggression ears pricked alert-- floppy ears relaxed
              ears one straith one turning alert--
              eyes bright--and clear -- if dull can be pain either as in pain or fornlorn look thats ireaaly ill -- or from being abused--- both mentally and physica

              there expression a horse can have a happy expression and normally tops thats with the way he greets you -- and works will you he please you in all that he does a horses thats well cared for will show it a horse that isnt will still try to please with stength hes got left within himself and work till he drops look at the ones in cairo with massive sores etc

              a horse that has his ears flat back has obviuosly been in a home that not treated him correctly---

              ahorse is how you are -- meaning how you act the horse re--acts
              if you want to know id your horse is happy then you have to ask yourself
              what are you doing with him to make unhappy -- if you have brought an unhappy horse then its time and patience and good rountine diet and good maangement and a kind hand -- as like i said it us humans that make ahorse of what it is..... not a person that says i need a horse wispered or ahorse person that chats --

              body language from the horse tell you him self if hes senstive for exsample a horse that has senitive skin will jump baout being groomed by a harsh brush

              a horses that sensitive in the mouth will advade the bit as soon as you try to put one in--lets say.

              a horse thats sensitive on his back will show you by bucking nippy and plain old nappiness.,,

              a horse will show you in his own way if hes not happy ---
              so what do you want a telephone conversation for -- to say oh ask him if hes alright or how iam treating him --- or what was his past-- or can you tell why he dont jump --- or why hes doesnt do this or that.,

              if hes not happy then you yourself have to change what you doing if a novice which i presume you are then if somethings not rigght ask
              people on here have the knowledge and can sort out most things if its a health issue you need a vet-- simple
              if its feet you need a farrier or trimer-- simple--

              if its aproblem then state it -- simple

              if its behaviour believe me i have had more naughty horses or porblem horses than most have hot dinners iam well know for turning ahorse around from being aggresive or problem within days or short few weeks
              or those that are so bad i have kept hence why i have 8 the ones that werent so bad but bad enough not to go to general run of the mill people my mates have -- i have the worse ones so ask me ---theres not much i havent seen or done ...

              you ask for beilvers -- ask people know on here iam dedicated to the horse
              i have given you afew exsamples -- all i want is for ahorse and the people that own the horse to live happily ever after-- what more could one ask

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              • #8
                Sannois, your horse asked me to tell you to bring more carrots.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by cyberbay
                  legitimate animal communicator
                  Isn't that an oxymoron?
                  Bozone: The substance surrounding stupid people that stops bright ideas from penetrating

                  Sarchasm: The gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the person who doesn't get it

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                  • #10
                    EH!! Eggy...

                    Originally posted by egontoast
                    Sannois, your horse asked me to tell you to bring more carrots.
                    Now I know your a fake!! He like Bananas!!!

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                    • #11
                      llook mate all iam saying is they charge heaps of money for what really is common sense there is no way a horse wisperer can tell you of his past history -- only if they knew the horse in question -- or if the presious people had him then you have somekind of idea of what his life was like

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by goeslikestink
                        llook mate all iam saying is they charge heaps of money for what really is common sense there is no way a horse wisperer can tell you of his past history -- only if they knew the horse in question -- or if the presious people had him then you have somekind of idea of what his life was like

                        First of all... learn to write... and use punctuation.

                        The OP was asking for numbers for Animal communicators people had used/recommend.

                        No one asked you for an "indepth" breakdown of how horse facial expressions work.

                        Why do people always have to barge in with their beliefs when this thread never asked for that??? If we wanted your opinion, we would have asked.
                        If you have a communicator to recommend please do. If you have an opinion to give, keep it for a thread that asks for it.

                        Seriously.
                        True North Dressage
                        Select Cheval Canadiens for dressage and eventing
                        www.TrueNorthDressage.com

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                        • #13
                          Animal communicator

                          Say what you want, I've used Marlene Sandler on a number of horses and she has told me things that there is no way anyone could have known. I have been around horses my entire life and am no novice when it comes to horses or horse care. I at one time thought animal communicators were a waste of time but I heard from so many different people who had used them successfully I gave it a try. While I would not rely solely on an animal communicator to diagnose or treat an injury or illness I think they are very helpful when used in conjunction with other healthcare practitioners. PT me if you would like her phone number. Perhaps some of you should keep your negative comments to yourselves.
                          Five Star Tack

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                          • #14
                            Actually, there are quite a few good ones.

                            I have also found that the horse will not necessarily spill the beans on what you want to know just because you are asking.

                            I've had one horse tell a part of his story to one AC and more of it to another.

                            So, in that case, no, it is not 100% effective.

                            I have no problem with skeptics, but the OP asked for opinions from non skeptics.
                            www.oakhollowstable.blogspot.com

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                            • #15
                              http://www.seanet.com/~angelb/

                              I never had her do my horses but I did have a really nice talk with her and would certainly have her do them if I was having a reading done.

                              I had mine read once by a cyber-friend. She was a little off with the exact problems but she was right...things were going on. She also told me about the other horses in the barn...the horses my horses liked. There was NO WAY she knew the horses in the barn! I'm in Pgh, PA and she was in Arizona (never been here, never met my horses, knew nothing of the farm or who occupied what stalls).

                              With what she told me I was able to make some changes and noticed positive changes in my horses. Believe in it or not, sometimes there are those more in touch with the energies than others. Of course, I'm into ghost hunting so I guess I'm a little more open minded than some
                              Lord Stanely, Lord Stanley - come back to Pittsburgh!!!
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                              *** I LOVE PUIKA FAN CLUB***

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                              • #16
                                I also highly reccomend Marlene Sandler.

                                I too was skeptical before the first time I called. Now- I am a believer. I have called her about 8 horses, and have had customers use her as well.
                                Four Seasons Farm
                                Four Seasons Horse Sales
                                www.fourseasonshorsesales.com

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                                • #17
                                  everyone has opnion i was stating mine thanks-- if you beleive then go ahead

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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by goeslikestink
                                    everyone has opnion i was stating mine thanks-- if you beleive then go ahead

                                    Problem being - no one asked!
                                    True North Dressage
                                    Select Cheval Canadiens for dressage and eventing
                                    www.TrueNorthDressage.com

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                                    • #19
                                      Linda Thomas.
                                      http://ispeakanimal.com/Consults.html

                                      She's helpful, and entertaining.

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                                      • #20
                                        well, my VET recommended a long distance reiki master. works somewhat like an animal communicator, but reikis get a bit more respect. but, i also work with an animal communicator. my reiki and my animal communicator both are very accurate when it comes to medical problems with my ottb. i work with several vets, and all are amazed at how precise and correct they both are. i make sure to write down exactly what the reiki and the communicator say to me in their words, i bring my notes to my vet/accupuncturist. she checks the pressure points suggested and always finds both the reiki and the communicator to be correct. if you want their contact info, pm me. the vet i am working with now is not the vet who recommended the reiki, so there is no vast, underhanded conspiracy to bilk me of my vast wealth or mislead me into some dark underworld. oh wait a minute i don't have any vast wealth, and with a BA and an MEd from George Washington University, it would take a whole lot of underworld to mislead me.

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