Most people are able to communicate with their animal companions to some extent. They can sometimes tell by their behavior, body language, or the type of sound (e.g., barking or meowing) that they are making what kind of mood their pets are in, if they are ill, or what they need. Any cat owner knows by the tone and frequency of their cat's meows when it is hungry. Likewise pets understand by the tone of their owners' voices, or other signals such as feet stomping or hand clapping what their owner is telling them. Communication between people and their pets can go deeper than these rudimentary ways of understanding each other. For instance, some pets can sense when their owner is ill or having emotional difficulties, and owners can look into their pets' eyes and see sadness or pain. Sometimes a pet can sense when their owner is thinking about them. Some pets have the uncanny ability to sense when their owners are preparing to put them in pet carriers and cart them off to veterinarians, even before they see the pet carriers. Is it because they sense anxiety or tension from their owners? Most owners do not want to cause their pets the distress and anxiety that they surely feel when they are stuffed in a cage and taken to a place where they are poked and prodded.
There are incredible stories of pets that were lost hundreds of miles away from home and found their back home, animals that foretell impending danger, or dogs that sense their own deaths. In fact, dogs can be so connected to their owners that when the owner dies the dog's grief and loneliness will claim its life as well.
Most people have often wondered what their pets were "thinking." Every pet owner has felt frustration and distress when pets are sick, lethargic, or have been desperately trying to tell them something. With no real way of knowing what their needs are, where the physical pain is, or what they were feeling, owners feel helpless and ill-equipped to comfort their pets.
However, pet psychics can help frustrated and weary pet owners communicate with their pets and learn what might be bothering them. For instance, a dog owner whose dog seems sad or ill, yet the veterinarian cannot detect a problem, can enlist a dog psychic to communicate with his dog and find out what is ailing him.
The dog psychic uses telepathy to "talk" with the pet. The psychic will ask the pet a question and receive images, feelings, words, or thoughts from it. A dog psychic might ask the dog in what area of the body it feels pain. The dog might send the psychic a picture of where it hurts, or the psychic might feel pain in the same area of her body as the dog's pain. The dog psychic then relays this information to the dog's owner.
In addition to his or her psychic abilities, the pet psychic generally has in-depth knowledge of animal behavior and has the ability to deal with pets with heightened empathy, extraordinary care, and great compassion. This helps pets to relax and open up to the psychic.