Hi, friends, and welcome to my new site and blog.
I’m happy to be resuming my animal communication business. It’s been a busy three years. I worked hard and became a Licensed Veterinary Technician. Along the way, I had ups and downs, but very much enjoyed learning about the science and art of veterinary care.
I really enjoyed getting more hands-on experience with farm animals, along with the opportunities to work with exotic species during my internships at the Prospect Park Zoo and a local animal hospital that has specialists in birds and reptiles. I got to see how busy hospitals and shelters work, how technological and pharmaceutical advances in veterinary medicine are making big strides, and how specialty practices for one species provide focused care. Most of all, I got to see how veterinarians, techs and administrators work with animals and clients, and how animals and clients view being at the vet hospital.
I feel privileged to now be able to apply all this information to my animal communication sessions. I hope that, along with my knowledge of various alternative treatments, this will make your and your companion animals’ experiences with me more well-rounded, and help you understand how to work with your vet.
In the upcoming weeks I will be posting updates, news and thoughts on various animal- and communication-related issues. Please feel free to browse my site at www.animaltalker.com. If you've never heard of animal communication and how it works, you might be interested in the What Is It? and FAQ sections of my website.
If you'd like to know more about me and my work as an animal communicator, check out the About Gretchen section. Examples of clients and cases I've worked with can be found in Testimonials. You may also find out about the structure of my consultations and healing work on this site. And, for fun and information, you can always check out a cat's-eye view of things in Ask Maya, and explore other sites related to animals in Links.
Finally, feel free to contact me! Best wishes to all animals and the humans who love them,