Animal Communication

Animals love to communicate. They communicate in a telepathic way. They have their own energy vibrations the same as we do.

As an animal communicator I am able to tune into their vibrations and ask them anything you need to know.

Each animal is an individual, some outgoing, some shy; some want to communicate non-stop, some are slow and cautious at first and some do not want to communicate at all.

In addition to communicating directly with an animal in situ, Serene Spirit can also communicate distantly by looking at a photograph, including animals in the spirit world.

Serene Spirit has a wealth of experience with horses. Many owners wish to know about past owners and why their horses have particular issues.

Serene Spirit Animal Communication

Serene Spirit does not need any detailed information about your animal prior to a communication.

All communications either by photograph or a home visit are by appointment only.

Please take a moment to read the Disclaimer below.

No guarantees are implied or stated. You must be 18 years or older to receive a reading. No readings will be offered to those under 18 years old. The reading is not a substitute for professional, legal, financial, medical, or psychiatric advice or care. Readings are subject to the client’s interpretation. The information presented during a one to one session is intended as guidance only and not instruction. The recipient must make his or her own evaluation of information received.

Photograph Reading for Animals:

No guarantees are implied or stated. The service is not a substitute for professional veterinary medical advice or care. The recipient must make his or her own evaluation of information received.

Serene Spirit is not a vet and cannot diagnose illness. What she can do is describe and show the symptoms the animal communicates to her, which can be used in conjunction with a vet or chiropractor, etc.

Good veterinary care is always recommended and Serene Spirit is not a substitute.

The Veterinary Surgery Act 1966 prohibits anyone other than a qualified veterinary surgeon from diagnosing ailments.

The Protection of Animals Act 1911 requires that if an animal clearly needs treatment from a veterinary surgeon the owner must obtain this.

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