Pet Wellness & Therapy, LLC

Helping People Help Their Pets by Providing Alternative Solutions for the Health and Wellness of Your Pets in a Spa Like Atmosphere

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Pet Wellness & Therapy, LLC

Helping People Help Their Pets by Providing Alternative Solutions for the Health and Wellness of Your Pets in a Spa Like Atmosphere

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What is a Consultation?

Anyone can do a phone consultation no matter where that person or animal is located.  All that is required is a picture texted or emailed.  Phone Sessions offer the same connection and detail that in-person sessions do and sometimes work better as there are less distractions.


People can also bring their animal to me, at my office and we can do an in person consultation.


For people in Southern Connecticut, at home visits are possible.  There is a one hour minimum for an at home visit and mileage will also apply.


Also, we can communicate with any type of animals or living creatures.


  • The Object of a consultation is to get information from your animal’s viewpoint.​
  • A consultation is a 3-way conversation, I am just interpreting information that the animal(s) are giving me.
  • I do not diagnose health problems, but knowing what and how the animal is feeling can be invaluable. You can also find out how current treatments or therapies are making them feel.
  • Hearing their perspective about behavior, relationships, foods, and life.
  • Inform them of coming changes.
  • Communicate with those already passed.

Scheduling:

Please use the Scheduler above or you may contact me directly.

[email protected] or 203-610-2444.


Payment:

Phone sessions – payment is required in advance of the consultation. You can pay when you make the appointment in the Scheduler above or I can email you a Square Invoice or you can mail me a check.

In-person sessions – you can pay at the time of the session via check/money order or by Square.

Confidentiality and Ethics Policy

Each animal communication session is completely private and confidential.

Animal communication is not a substitute for veterinary care. I can sense where and how an animal is feeling discomfort and what, potentially, is going on physically, but I do not diagnose or treat medical problems. Please consult with your veterinarian about health concerns for your animal.

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