Ever wondered what your pet's thinking?
With spending on our animal friends at record levels, it stands to reason that for many of us, a little conversation with Barney, Lassie or Tigger would go a long way to improving our relationship with our pets.
Lisa Greene, a pet psychic from Houston, has honed her skills to include a vast array of animals. "Horses are the most gossipy. They'll always tell me everything that's going on in the barn. Snakes usually have a pretty bizarre sense of humour. And rodents like to spell for me."
But it's not just small talk and communication can often be most beneficial to owner and animal. Susan Hoffman Peacock, a dressage instructor and ranch owner from California remembers the help animal communicator Lydia Hilby brought to one of her horses who had a pinched nerve in its neck, a condition Hilby had no way of knowing. "He said he doesn’t need surgery, and he can, most of the time, feel his right front foot, and he’s fine."
So whether out of a desire to improve the bond, help with a medical condition or just simply out of curiosity, it seems that the role of the animal psychic is one that's as sought after as ever.
For more, head over to http://www.newsweek.com/2010/07/21/what-s-your-pooch-thinking.html