Marion Mayer
Animal Communicator

What does a consultation looks like?

After introducing myself to your animal and you, I will stay quiet a moment to let your animal express himself and behave freely around us and take notes. After that we will discuss about it to focus on the pain point(s) , until you don't have any more question in your mind. So I vividly recommend you to write all your concerns before my intervention for that moment.
After that, I will take an extra time to show you how communicate this way yourself with your pet(s) and wich behaviors you have to be aware of.

Also you will get the complete transcription and recommendations by email.

Usually the duration is around two hours, but I stay as flexible as needed.

    My rate for a complete consultation is $180 per animal.

    Due to COVID 19 the consultation must be done outside. If not possible, contact me to find a way safe for all of us. In some cases it is possible to have a consultion online, contact me for more information about it. 

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    With a great blessing come a great responsabilty so there is things that we need to be agree before any consultation :

    1-You are responsible for your pet, what I mean by that is : Only you can act for him and make the changes needed. 

    2- All the peoples who are living with you and your animal have to agree with the first point and If it's possible, to be here during the communication because they will be involved in your pet well-being. 

    3- During the consultation we could speak about personal and sensitive topics, so I will keep confidential our entire discussion and ask for your approval if I need to use some part of it as for promotion. 

    4- I need your feedback, it's really important for me to do my job the best way possible. It's should be great to improve thanks to you, or to be comforted in what you were pleased.

    5- I'm not a Vet (not yet), so if you are feeling the behavior of your animal could have a medical origine, take also an appointment with your veterinarian. 

    How to contact me:

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