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post #1 of 57 Old 09-04-2012, 09:23 PM Thread Starter
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Animal communicators

Hey everyone!
Has anyone ever used a animal communicator or a animal psychic?
I've been thinking about brining one out to my barn and having them talk to a bunch of the horses.
Have you ever used one? Where they good or bad? Who did you use?

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post #2 of 57 Old 09-04-2012, 09:25 PM
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No, not only is it against my belief, but I think they are coo coo.
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No, I don't really believe in that sort of thing. My friend just went to a Psychic this weekend. She is very happy with how it went, so more power to her, but it still cost her $95 for 20 minutes of gabbering about things. No thanks.

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I have hear good and bad it depents on the person so check around before you spend your money I know this dose not help sorry

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There are a lot of "fakes" out there, but then you have people with a true gift.

Its actually *for* my religion, in a way So I agree with them, if you get someone with a real gift.
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Once some neighbors told me about how they had taken their dog to a pet psychic after it had bit their daughter.
They paid the woman $300.
She spent 2 hours in a room "speaking" with the dog.
Her diagnosis?
It was

Save your money OP
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post #8 of 57 Old 09-05-2012, 12:50 AM
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Originally Posted by DriftingShadow View Post
Once some neighbors told me about how they had taken their dog to a pet psychic after it had bit their daughter.
They paid the woman $300.
She spent 2 hours in a room "speaking" with the dog.
Her diagnosis?
It was

Save your money OP
lmao...sorry, but that was funny.

I thought it was hilarious that a friend of mine took her dogs to a pet psychiatrist. She had gotten a new dog and they would constantly fight. As far as I followed, their "sessions" never helped. In my opinion, they needed a trainer, not a puppy shrink.

I don't think I'd ever use an animal communicator to fix a problem. It would be a fun parlor trick though. There are some things I would like to figure out about Raina, but thats one expensive parlor trick and I have bills to pay.

I saw an equine communicator at The Equine Affaire once. She seemed pretty spot on about a lot of stuff. Though again, that stuff can be faked very easily.
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A forum friend knows a lady who claims to communicate with animals. This friend is halfway across the US from me and apparently this lady can "read" animals at great distances. She'd tell me about these instances and most were so vague that any animal in that demographic could have fit in. We asked her to do my mare one day.

It was still rather vague, but asked if I had checked her vision lately and if she had been having issues with her right leg up to her shoulder. I'm not going to pay my vet (who lives 2 hours away and the bill would be through the roof) to come check my mare's vision on a hunch from some lady over 1300 miles away. However, the only thing that made me consider it is that Abby has been tripping on her right front leg often enough for me to note it for quite a while, so that was weird to mention. Buuut it doesn't seem to be causing her much pain if any, so also not going to ring my vet in a rush about it.

*shrug* I've never personally had someone blow my mind, so I just let people do their thing.
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post #10 of 57 Old 09-05-2012, 01:18 AM
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I have always been a bit 'fey' so I am not a disbeliever in psychics however, there are a lot of clever people who are good at reading body language and will come out with all sorts of things that make it seem as if they are able to tell you things that they shouldn't know.

Ever watch the Mentalist or John Edward - two different programmes but both making good points!

I have yet to meet anyone who has been able to read an animal!

Some years ago some people brought an animal psychic from the USA to the UK to read their racehorse.
This was a good jump racer that was refusing to start and generally being nappy.

This woman told them all sorts of things like the horse wanted a different stable, he needed more carrots and certain other things being done for him. I cannot remember exactly what the horse wanted but it was all, to my thinking, rubbish.
The horse's wishes were carried out, guess what? He was still nappy so never kept his side of the bargain.

These people brought the psychic to see our horses and their other youngsters which were kept here.
I had a 5 year old TB that had a virus which he could not get over. He was badly effected by it. He was miserable, his eyes and coat were dull. He did not look anything like any of the other horses.
This woman stopped and told me that this poor horse had been so overworked. He had been galloped around all his life and when he jumped socked in the mouth. Mostly ridden by men, he hated them for the abuse.
During all this 'conversation' I kept my poker face, I never gave anything away and let her waffle. She went on for nearly 30 minutes, at the end I took great delight telling her that the horse had never been ridden by a man, he had never been galloped and never been jumped.
Give the woman her due, she immediately said "All this was in a previous life!'

As for the other horse, he came to me, he was misaligned so that was corrected. There was nothing wrong with him other than the fact he was bored with race training. A season following Foxhounds, and he was as happy as Larry, he went back into training with a different trainer and went on to win several races.
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