What Types of Animals Do you Work With?
I work with animals of all species for clients across the USA and beyond. This includes dogs, cats, horses, birds, reptiles, rodents, wild animals and more. My more uncommon clientele have included meerkats, snakes, raptor birds and a kangaroo.
Do You Talk With Deceased Animals Too?
Yes! All the time!
Can We Talk With Multiple Animals In A Session?
Yes! Multiple animals can be included into a single phone session.
How Long Have You Been An Animal Communicator?
I’ve been working professionally since 2006. I’ve been teaching classes in this field since 2008. I do this work full time.
Does My Animal Have To Be With Me During The Session?
Nope! Your animal can be located anywhere at the time of our session– it does not make a difference. You can be home and your horse can be out in the barn, for example. Just let your animal to do their normal routine.
Is It Better To Have An In-Person Or A Phone Session?
One is not any better than the other! An in person session and phone session will actually reveal the same information. This is because animal communication is telepathy-based and not based on seeing an animal in the flesh nor even a certain behavior. Telepathy is a language that goes deeper than than the physical realm. It is thought to thought transfer which can occur at any distance.
I only offers phone and skype sessions these days. Please see my testimonials page. Nearly 99% of the testimonials are from clients who worked with me by phone.
Do I Need To Hold The Phone Up To My Pet?
Nope! I am communicating with your animal telepathically (mind to mind/heart to heart) so it does not matter if the animal hears my voice or not. It also does not matter if your pet sees me or not.
How Do You Know What My Pet Is Thinking?
I am skilled and practiced at becoming inwardly silent. This internal stillness opens a space for me to tune in with a pet (through a photo). I then begins a two way conversation and receive your pet’s thoughts, feelings, words and mental images. In reading the energy of their reply, I interpret and translate the information by relaying it to you out loud.
What if I'm Skeptical That Animals Talk?
If you are new to animal communication, it’s okay to be curious in wondering if animals have the ability to think! It’s ALSO okay to be curious if animals can communicate their thoughts telepathically!
What matters is if you are open to the possibility to this work. Here’s why: Telepathy is an energy based language, like all intuitive work is. It is based on the high vibrational energies of openness, honesty and truth. The more oppeness and willingness that a client, animal and communicator all bring to the session– the stronger and clearer the communication channel tends to be for all involved— because all 3 involved are bringing forth the same (higher vibrational) energy.
When a client brings brings little more than a “prove it to me” attitude to the call, this energy can sometimes contradict the energy of openess that the animal and communicator naturally bring in.
My advice? Get honest with yourself on if you are open to the possibility that animals have the ability to think. Then get honest on if you’re willing to believe their are ways beyond physical speech that can allow our animal friends to communicate with us. If you intuitively feel open to both ideas, you’re ready to approach an animal communication session!
Will I Recognize My Pet During the Session?
Yes! Clients tend to recognize their pet’s personality and/or specific information they offer. Other people say their responses based on their behavior ‘make sense’. Danielle may take a couple minutes at the start of your call getting to know your animal. This helps establish trust and rapport and is sometimes an appropriate step prior to diving into your questions.
What questions can I ask?
Whatever questions are on your mind! The big thing is to make your questions crystal clear to myself as the communicator. This way, I can present your question to your animal clearly and accurately, giving them the opportunity to understand what you seek to know. If I as the communicator can’t understand your question–your animal won’t either. Good communication starts with clean, clear questions.
Are You A Veterinarian?
No, I am not a veterinarian. It is not my place to name nor treat diseases. I do not diagnose, treat or prescribe for any animal. Understand that animal communication is never a replacement for veterinary care. (If you want to know, for example, if your pet has a bladder infection– the best way to honor your pet is through your vet via a simple urinalysis.)
So can gathering info. from a pet on their perspective of their body be helpful to an owner? Absolutely! Information from your pet on their symptoms, how they feel in specific body regions and body systems (digestive, circulatory, etc) can sometimes fill in the blanks and offer info. that is helpful to you and your vet team. Getting your pet’s input on their acupuncture, chiropractic treatment, diet, etc. can be supportive to you and your vet team.
How to Get the Most out of Your Session:
1. Bring your questions live to the call. No question is too big or small!
2. You are encouraged to be an active (speaking) and not silent participant. This is not designed to be a one sided reading where Danielle does all the talking. Danielle serves by translating your questions, comments and replies between you and your pet. Having you comment and reply back to your pet, allows your pet to feel your active involvement in the discussion. This time is all about you and them and I encourage you to make the most of it. It’s a special time.
3. I can help you ask better or additional questions of your pet, especially when exploring behaviors.
4. Do ask ‘to the point’ clear questions vs. ambiguous or cryptic ones. An open, honest and direct line of discussion demonstrates partnership between you and your pet. If Danielle is unclear about your question, she’ll ask you for clarity.
5. Understand that general questions lead to a general session. Specific questions lead to more specific responses from your pet. Asking “How are you?” is a general question while “How are you doing following your leg surgery last month?” is an excellent, more specific question. The latter is also more likely to yield a thorough response from your pet.
6. Book enough time. Time flies and responses from animals are rarely one word answers! They are often thoughtful responses that can take many seconds to even a minute to accurately relay. Some animals are also chattier than other. Not sure how much time to book? Email Danielle for a suggestion based on your topics or go with your gut instinct. Give yourselves the gift of time. ♥
Note: I will not spend my time in being tested. I best serve those who are ready and open to receiving this work.
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“Danielle was referred to us by a local holistic vet regarding our two cats who were not getting along. I wanted to cry after our first phone conversation because I was at my wit’s end and she provided valuable insight on how to best support Joey and Antonio. Her insights were more valuable than the behavorialist we hired to help with integration. Even though she asks for details about what is going on in the household, she was able to tell me things about the boys she could not have known. We saw improvements as we have implemented her suggestions and will continue to work with her. She is truly a gifted animal communicator and someone who is now a part of our healthy pet plan!”
~Julie Coraccio, NC