Heidi Wright
Animal Communicator, Author, TV Personality
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Consultations....  All animals from Dogs to Deer...

If you are reading this page, there is at least a little part of you that knows there is more to your animal friends than meets the eye.  That little cock of the head, the curious look, and the glares let us know they think about a lot more than their next meal.  A consultation helps you understand your animal friend b etter, deal with behavior issues, help with training, and say your goodbyes when they pass on. 

Consultations can be done at a distance, and many of Heidi's are done that wayHeidi has  worked with clients from 23 countries including England, Switzerland, Holland, Russia, South Africa, Mexico, Norway, Brazil, Australia, Canada, India, the Isle of Man, Wales, Ireland, Belgium, Japan, Germany, Austria, Romania, Slovania, Singapore, Thailand, Korea, and from coast to coast across the U.S.A. 

Please see the 'Fees' page to choose a consultation (link on left).

Please see the 'Informed Consent' page (link on left of page).

Please see the Shopping Cart page to order services.

Heidi does not need to be in the same room or even near to the animal.  Time zones do not matter. You may want your animal with you when you do the phone session, but it is not necessary. 

Heidi works over the phone, via e-mail, or in person.  Heidi also teaches workshops and gives lectures.  If you are interested in hosting a workshop, the host attends for free. 

Please use the contact link if you wish to have a consultation, host a workshop, or would like Heidi to be a speaker or do readings at your events.  She will also work at private parties and teach private workshops.

How can an animal communicator help?

An animal communicator may help by giving you the animal's perspective.  This may help with behavior issues, transitions such as moving, bringing new animal into the house, working through the loss of an animal friend, health issues, explaining past trauma or history, etc.   Sometimes an animal will act out because something is going on that the 'owner' does not know about. Perhaps the animal is not happy with the pet sitter or kennel staff. Animal communicators can also help the people say their good-byes, prepare for the transition of dying, or communicate with pets that have passed on.   For some animals, it is better to ask them what their views are before you purchase them or bring them home.  This is especially true for horses.  Heidi believes it is a great idea to ask an animal communicator for a consultation with a pre-purchase vet exam. Often behavior issues are worked out quickly after the animals' views are heard and listened to, or after they have circumstances explained to them. 

How Heidi works:

She prefers to have photos of the animal in question.  The photo(s) should clearly show the eyes of the animal, but do not have to be super close up.  The photo(s) should only show one animal, and no people if possible. She can work off of most photos, and e-mailed photos, but it is just easier for her to focus if there is only one animal in the photo.

Heidi asks the client to send some photos, a list of issues or 7 questions that they wish to focus on, basic information about each animal (name, gender, age) and payment.  After she has received the photos, questions, and payment, she begins to work on the case doing private sessions on her own.   She takes quiet time where she focus on the animal and the issues, and connect with the animal.   When Heidi is finished working with your animal, she will email you her notes or do a phone session, as the client wishes.

By the time we schedule the phone session, Heidi has already spent time with your animal. She has usually spent several hours working on your case.   If you change animals you want read, it will not only delay the phone session, but will trigger new fees for the changed animal reading if Heidi has already done the work on the one you originally indicated.   If you decide you wish to have additional animals read, please let us know right away so that if you want a phone session, Heidi can work with all your animals before the appointment time.   Each animal requires separate fees. 

Heidi's abilities are known as clairvoyant, clairsentient, clairaudient, empathic, and telepathic. She has also been called a medium, as she is able to communicate with animals that have passed on. This just means that when she communicates with the animals she 'gets' scenes, images, sounds, tastes, smells, emotional feelings, words and phrases, and physical sensations from the animal(s). She uses all of her abilities and training during the communication sessions and animal readings.

Scientists call this accessing information non-locally using quantum holography.  If you are interested in learning more about the science of this, we suggest the book "The Field" by Lynn McTaggert.   For other suggested reading, please see the "Links" page. 

Reading People

Many people have asked if Heidi can also read people.  She usually responds by smiling and asking, 'You mean two legged animals?' The answer is yes, she is able to read people.  However, she chooses at this time to only work with animals.  On very rare occasions, she will agree to work with police on unique cases.  She is a part of the team at www.FindMeGroup.org.

Consultation Fees:

Please see the "Fees" page by using the tab link on the left of the page.

Heidi will travel and make house or barn calls.

Experience has taught Heidi to require the fees be paid before she can take your case. She handles cases based upon urgency, the order they came in, and if the fees have been paid.   For more details on this, please see the "Fees" page. We thank you for your understanding.

The fees include:  Heidi's personal time spent on the preliminary session(s), and the phone session which usually lasts about one hour.  If you want her to read multiple animals at the same time, we will allow for a longer phone session.

Reiki for Pets and Animals
What is Reiki?

Very briefly, Reiki is a Japanese word meaning 'universal life force energy'.  It was so named in the late 1800's  by Mikao Usui, who rediscovered Reiki after many years of study, and a pilgrimage up Mt. Kurama in Kyoto, Japan, where he fasted and meditated for 21 days before becoming enlightened and learning how to use Reiki.  Mr. Usui went on to teach Reiki, and trained at least 16 students to the Master level before he died in 1930.

Reiki is an alternative energy healing method.  Reiki uses the body's own natural energy systems. With training, we can learn to use, focus, and send the reiki energy to the animal or person.  Reiki can be used for easing physical and emotional trauma, or just general support. 

Heidi has been trained to the Master Practitioner and Master Teacher level in both Usui and Tibetan Reiki. She continues her studies, and has also been attuned to different aspects of the energy and methods, including Psychic Reiki, Akashic Records, and Kundalini Reiki.  Heidi is an ordained minister, and offers Animal Blessings, working with St. Francis of Assisi.

Of course, we have to make a disclaimer here that Heidi is NOT a doctor and makes no claims about healing.  She encourages all persons to seek the advice of  a  licensed medical doctor or veterinarian.  Reiki is a complimentary treatment and should be used as such.  Any advice she may offer for the treatment of animals is just as one animal loving caregiver to another, is based on 20+ years of her personal studies in many areas, and upon what she has found to be successful with her own family and animals.