Rescue Animal Issues
ABC-TV's Boston Affiliate Station
WCVB-TV Channel 5
AIRED MARCH 7, 2013
Susan was featured on this nightly news magazine program
which airs throughout New England.
This video includes interview with Veterinarian.
We have noticed that many sites offering readings for animals require you to complete a questionnaire detailing the
animal's history and condition
we do not.
Susan believes it's her job to assess the animal
via her communication and intuitive abilities
and make suggestions based upon such.
So, please do not feed details to Susan, she wants
to be the one
giving you the information.
Is Your Pet's History A Mystery?
If you are the proud owner of an animal adopted from a rescue or shelter, you are now among the majority of pet owners. Your noble act should be commended. You may have some limited background on your adoptee such as “likes kids” or “needs activity” yet a large part of this animal’s life is unknown. To put it simply, your pet’s history is a mystery
Many clients seek out Susan when adopted animals exhibit behavioral problems that cannot be resolved. Susan’s practice as an Animal Communicator includes both the ability to assess an animal and access its past as a means to identify the cause of the problem. With the underlying reason revealed, Susan can then identify potential solutions to correct the present behavior. Sessions are conducted by Phone, Skype, and In Person.
Why does Max howl?
Max is a seven year-old Tabby cat recently adopted by a couple. Whenever either of them were home during daylight hours, Max would approach and continuously howl at them. They tried new food, new toys, playing with him, but he would still sit in front of them and howl. Concerned, they took him to the vet. They found nothing wrong with him.
The couple booked an Animal Reading with Susan. When she focused on Max and the howling, she saw him outside on a harness and leash being walked by an older man. Max looked very happy and it was clear to Susan that his previous owner walked him regularly with a harness. She relayed this information to her clients and suggested they try walking him outside with a harness and leash.
A couple of weeks later, the couple contacted Susan to let her know the howling stopped once they started walking Max a few times a week with a harness and leash. In fact, the first time they put the harness on him, he just sat there and let them. Anyone who has cats knows how difficult it can be to put a harness on a cat along with the fact that most cats will not go for walks.
By seeing the missing piece in Max’s history, Susan’s clients now understood what he wanted. ”It was as if he was a dog,” they said. The irony is the couple always wanted a dog but couldn’t have one where they lived. Now, Max the “dog cat” happily accompanies them on their hiking trips and outdoor adventures.
Why does Cleo have such a strong reaction to collars?
A client adopted a three year-old Labrador retriever from a rescue out of state. Every time they tried to put a collar on Cleo, she would duck and back away. It was a struggle, often taking fifteen minutes to get the collar on, with the ducking and cowering continuing when they walked her. They tried different collars, thinking this was the root of the problem, to no avail. They consulted a behaviorist, but the problem continued.
Susan’s client contacted her for an Animal Reading via phone. During the reading, Susan saw Cleo as a puppy. A man was dragging her across the floor by the ears over and over again. When she looked forward, it appeared this abuse continued for at least a year. Over the years, Susan’s communication sessions reveal that an animal’s experience of time is different than humans. Instead of seeing a past, present, and future, animals experience all time as now in the present. This is why a traumatic incident from the animal’s past can so strongly effect them.
Susan communicated with Cleo and explained that this family will never do this to her, they were not connected to the man who did this, and she had nothing to be afraid of. She asked Cleo if her new owner could gently touch her head and ears. Susan’s client did so and for the first time Cleo didn’t back away. By the end of the session her client had the collar on her and she was calm.
To reinforce Cleo’s new reality, Susan encouraged her client to talk to Cleo and tell her when she would be touching her head or ears and why. Cleo’s fears vanished into the past where they should never be seen again, and her present life became the joy that this dog so badly needed.
I adopted my dog Josie, 13 yrs old, in December and in April thought she was starting to have separation anxiety as she became very destructive. I made an appointment with you for an animal reading. During the reading, you discovered that her behavior was not the result of separation anxiety. You said it was due to her having difficulties with some loss of her senses; hearing, eye sight, and the pain in her left leg/hip. She didn’t know how to cope with it. You suggested she needed another dog companion to help her through the times that I couldn’t be with her.
I arranged to have Mikey, a lab mix who she had met twice before, come over for a visit. Mikey was dropped off before I left for work When I returned I was surprised to find Josie sound asleep on the couch and Mikey relaxing on the floor. Nothing was disturbed in the house she had not destroyed anything!
Josie’s personality has completely changed from an older seemingly lethargic dog to a young, vibrant, happy puppy-like personality. To see her jump up and down from the couch chasing me and running from one room to the other with tail wagging, you would think I gave her a miracle pill. The miracle was your assessment of her failing senses and knowing that this particular dog needed an animal companion to help her through it.
My friend and I decided to set up play dates between the two but didn’t succeed for almost a month. No problem, Josie has been fine!. All I can say is whatever you said to Josie worked. Josie and Mikey enjoy each other’s company and we will continue with future play dates.
Thank you. You’ve given both of us a new life.
Dorothy Bourbeau - Manchester, NH
Susan has over 20 years of experience as an Animal Communicator and Psychic Medium. Her abilities have been featured on ABC-TV's Boston affiliate station WCVB-TV's CHRONICLE, an evening news magazine program aired throughout New England. She has also appeared in Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Boston Magazine, Eagle Tribune, Haverhill Gazette, Massachusetts Horse, and Horse Show Wire E-Magazine.
Clients who seek her intuitive insight through Psychic Readings, or to connect with a loved one on the other side via her Medium Readings, comprise a variety of occupations including Psychologists, Professors, Engineers, and Small Business Proprietors.
Her Animal Communication clients range from Pet Owners to professionals in the Horse Show world, including Trainers and Riders. Susan has been intuitively assessing animals professionally now for over 20 years, providing solutions to animal issues.
Experience With Animals
Susan has over 30 years of experience working with animals. Her experience with canines began at the age of 15. Her father, who trained Military Police dogs in World War II, taught her the behavior techniques he utilized.
Susan rode horses throughout her teens. Soon, she began to realize that she could sense and feel what horses and other animals were experiencing physically, mentally, and emotionally. At first, she hesitated to pass on this information to others. By her early twenties, she had developed the confidence to share the information she was receiving with animal owners and they began to verify the information she received was correct.
Over the years, she has personally been the proud owner of a horse, various cats, dogs, hamsters, birds, rabbits and chickens. At the age of 10, she taught her dog how to count and would often do performances for the neighbors. When she was 18, she was able to ride her horse without a bridle. Apparently, her animal communication abilities started at a very young age.
Decades later, she would leave the professional world as a Licensed Insurance Agent to utilize her intuition to assist animals and humans full time as an Animal Communicator and Psychic Medium. Many of her clients, both human and animal, are very grateful she made that choice.
Susan offers Animal Readings, Psychic Readings, Medium Readings, and Animal Medium Readings by phone, Skype, or in person. Please visit the Testimonials Button for each type of reading. She is located in Haverhill Massachusetts, near the New Hampshire border, approximately 40 miles from Boston Massachusetts.
Readings Are Available Via
Susan is located in Haverhill Massachusetts, near the NH border, approximately 40 miles from Boston.
Susan does offer readings at her home.
*A travel fee may be assessed if the reading is at your home.
Office: (978) 373-5977