Susan Deren

    Animal Communicator

Animal Medium

Psychic Medium


What is an Animal Reading?

Think of an Animal Reading as getting a physical*, mental, and emotional profile of your animal, along with suggestions to enhance both of your lives.  Whether you are having a problem or just want to know what they are feeling, Susan can assist you.

Susan has an "intuitive" ability to feel what animals are experiencing. She receives immediate and clear impressions of their physical, mental, and emotional state.  While addressing their behavior, she will make an intuitive assessment of your animal as to what is causing the specific problem.

This information will then be passed on to you along with suggestions to solve any problems.  There are many instances in which people have seen remarkable changes after only one session.

For more information about Susan's background and experience as an Animal Communicator, please visit the Animal Readings button.  We also suggest you view the Animal Testimonials button.

We have noticed that many websites require you to provide details about your animal's history and medical condition,
we do not.  Susan believes that it is her job to assess the animal via her intuitive and communication abilities.  

*Susan Deren is an "intuitive" and in all readings, gives her intuitive impressions of what is happening with your animal.  Intuitive guidance is not a substitute for your veterinarian's care.   If your animal is sick or physically injured, please see a doctor immediately.


Listed below are some common reasons for an
 Animal Reading
 or you may just want to know if your animal
 has any needs or wants at this time.


  • Aggression Towards Animals or People
  • Depression
  • Loss of appetite
  • Separation anxiety
  • Obsessive behavior
  • Territorial Marking
  • Loss of Animal Companion or Family Member
  • Agility Dog Performance Issues
  • Unknown History of Animal


  • Depression
  • Aggressive behavior
  • Performance issues
  • Appetite changes
  • Relocation issues
  • Unknown History of Horse


  • Attacking
  • Moodiness
  • Feather pulling
  • Refusing food
  • Obsessive behavior