Each animal communication session is completely private and confidential. I am bound by the same confidentiality ethics as any medical, health or spiritual professional, and adhere to the Interspecies Communicator Code of Ethics as formulated by animal communications pioneer, Penelope Smith. I will only release information upon the request of the person who I am working directly with.
I require the permission of the caretaker of the specific animal in order to communicate with them. In most cases, this is the animal’s primary guardian and, usually, this is the person who is requesting the consultation. If you are requesting the consultation for an animal that is not in your care/custody, please contact me directly. This does not pertain to wild animals as they do not have human caregivers.
Animal communication is not a substitute for veterinary care. I can sense where and how an animal is feeling discomfort and what, potentially, is going on physically, but I do not diagnose or treat medical problems. Please consult with your veterinarian about health concerns for your animal.