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free to contact us

5 Fern Terrace
01706 210257


Email: elaine@animalcommunication.co.uk

Email: sue@animalcommunication.co.uk

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How to Book a Consultation

Now that you've got this far and you're still with us, here's what you need to do to book a consultation. Sally and Tilly "talk" you through it……

1. Send us, by email or Royal Mail::-

a). A clear photograph of the animal you would like us to communicate with. The photograph should have the eyes showing clearly, without flash reflection or red-eye.

b). A list of the questions you wish to ask your animal.

2. Once we receive your information, we will contact you to book a date and time for us to feed back the outcome of the communication to you. There is no charge for this feedback session.

3. You then ring us as arranged to receive your feedback. If you find that you have more questions for your animal, we can continue the communication there and then on the phone using the photograph if you wish, or do a further communication away from the phone if you prefer. Either way, the charge for this is £10 per 15 minutes or part thereof.

4. We agree a date and time for you to ring us for your free follow-up discussion., when you tell us how things are going, and see if any further communication or other therapies may be needed.

5. Once the communication is completed, we will send you an invoice for the work undertaken.


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Tom the ferret

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Animal Communication is charged at £50.00
This price includes: -

  1. A communication with your animal
  2. A feedback phone call to tell you what information we received during the communication with your animal [This call can sometimes last an hour or more]
  3. A follow up phone call* - usually 1 week later - to determine what changes have taken place, and find out where we go from here
    * please note that both phone calls are made by the client to us at a pre-arranged time & date

    Elaine & Sue with Tom the ferret
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