At times, it is difficult to understand what your pet is truly feeling and why they’re doing what they do. Remember – everything they do makes sense to them, even when it drives us crazy. Through my own particular method of animal communication, I connect with your pet on all levels – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual – to help you better understand what they need from you.
Every animal communicator has his or her own style and focus. In the videos below, you will see how I work with animals and their guardians for mutual understanding of what the animals are thinking and feeling. I work with all domestic animals, especially dogs, cats, horses and birds. I am also able to communicate with wild animals, although their interest in connecting with humans is not guaranteed.
If your pets’ behaviors have changed, or you want more clarity on what they want or need, contact me today. I am happy to help you bridge the interspecies communication gap and figure out what you can do to strengthen and deepen your relationship with them.
In this compilation Terri talks to several clients about behavior changes in their animals that they either don’t understand or that drives them crazy.
Most Petspeak sessions are conducted by phone with a picture of the animal that the client wants to communicate with. In this session Nancy’s dog Sasha wants to reincarnate as a smaller dog (Abby). Terri and Nancy talk to Sasha about when they will pick her up and how Nancy will recognize her.
In this in-person Petspeak session Terri talks to Barbara and her medical assistance dog Lily about Lily’s life mission and her feelings about being left at home and the scary stairs.
In this Petspeak phone session Terri and talks to Joanne and her cat Gracie about being safe outside.
In an in-person session Terri talks to Janet and her dog Charlie about where he came from and how we connect with the animals we are meant to have.
In an in-person session Terri and Nancy talk to Starla about why she has withdrawn and started naughty peeing.
Terri Diener and Frances talk about how animals grieve for each other and share the story of how Prayer’s behavior changed after her pony friend Kiwi died.
Terri Diener and Janet speak to her dog PJ about his passing and we can say good-bye to a pet.
In this compilation Terri talks to Janet about how Charlie recognized her as his Person and to Nancy about the importance of a name.
Terri Diener talks to Frances about some of her race horses and how to convey abstract concepts to them.