Pet psychics are people who claim to have the ability to reach out to our pets and communicate with them both here and when they have passed on. Many pet owners reach out to pet psychics when they experience a sudden, unexplained behavioral problem with a pet, or when they have lost their pet and are seeking to find them, or when their pet has passed on and they want to communicate with them to make sure they are alright and have made it to the other side. Despite a number of skeptics mocking and denigrating the pet psychic phenomenon, many people claimed to have been helped by a pet psychic.
Pet Psychic vs Pet Whisperer
A pet psychic is different from a pet whisperer. Pet whisperers use body language and animal psychology to help bring an out of control pet back in line with the rest of the pack and you, their pack leader. Their goal is to help end a rebellion that often comes from abused dogs or dogs that haven’t had consistent training or any training at all. This is different from a pet psychic in that a pet psychic is called because an otherwise well-behaved animal is suddenly acting out and the owner can’t figure out why, not because of a long-standing issue with behavior.
Communicate with your lost pets
While you may wish to seek out the assistance of a pet psychic if you want to communicate with an animal that has passed on, or to find a lost pet, if you are struggling with a pet at home there are some simple tips to remember that can help you connect psychically with your pet. Remember, everyone has some level of psychic skill and these simple tips can help you practice them with your pets.
Practicing pet psychics
Firstly, remember that you already communicate on a psychic level with your pet through your emotions and your energy. Pets are very sensitive to our energy and our emotions, when we feel sad they are sad too, when we are happy they are happy. In addition, your pet will react to your stress – if you suddenly feel stressed, don’t be surprised if your dog starts to have accidents in the house! If a trip to the vet shows that they aren’t suffering from an illness, start looking at what is happening in your life that your pet may be picking up on! Chances are your stress is making them stressed.
Pets always have a reason for acting out, and you may not need to seek the help of a pet psychic to figure out why if you remember their connection to you. One of the most important things to remember is that your pet will also grieve when you lose another pet or a family member. They, too, will feel that emptiness and wander the house looking for them, they’ll be waiting for that treat, checking their favorite chair for their favorite person to get those pets… and when the other pet or person isn’t there it is just as upsetting for your pet as it is for you. Give them the same time to grieve, leave pet beds out and let the scent fade over time.