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post #11 of 43 Old 01-15-2013, 12:14 AM
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I'm definitely not a 'believer' (though I would think it was awesome if someone could actually talk to animals!) so take this with a grain of salt.

On Saturday a very popular animal communicator came out to my town and she stopped by my bosses house at the end of the day. I brought my horse over there and she read two of my boss's horses and then mine.
She mostly stuck to the horse's personality and told us things (their favorite color, how good/bad their eye sight is, things that we could never actually know for sure) that were a waste of time to me but completely interesting to my boss.
I went in with a plan to test her abilities. I asked what Dozer thought happened to his horse friend (my pony who passed away in June) and she asked if the pony was old. I let it slip that he had passed away a while ago but we assumed he was in his mid 20s. She then 'painted a picture' of my pony walking unsteadily and then falling over and dying. She asked if I found the pony on the ground. Nope. He didn't die at home.
I honestly feel like she just takes a best guess at things and hopes for the best. She guessed wrong on multiple things when it came to my horse. She didn't get his friendships(which horse he likes/ which horse he fights with) right nor did she get the timeline of his bad behavior right.
She actually contracdicted herself. At the beginning she wanted ages and the amount of years I'd owned my horse because "they don't talk in terms of years and months" and then she goes on to tell me that he hasn't felt comfortable on a trail ride since mid-November. Don't worry, I corrected her on the fact that he had been acting up since mid-June.
Overall, if you want to hear whether or not your horse is a princess or a jeans and a t-shirt type girl who was once a horse that rode in the pony express, I wouldn't really bother with a 'communicator'. And believe me, I checked this lady out before paying the $40. Her testimonials sounded awesome and made her look really amazing when in reality she was nothing more than a slightly okay people reader.
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post #12 of 43 Old 01-15-2013, 08:58 AM
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Obviously some are fake's but my experience was much more specific and not general things. My horse wanted to know why everyone made such a big deal over what kind of horse she was. We had been to a show a week or so before and peopel kept asking. She knew which animals were in which pecking order. The dog had wanted to know specifics about the cats, if we were moving and about people who had died.
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post #13 of 43 Old 01-15-2013, 09:30 AM
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I am also not amongst the believers, but I also think there are many roads leading to better relationships with horses, so... at worst, you will pay some $$$ for some entertainment and spend some time talking about your horse.

That being said, I was at a John Lyons clinic many years ago, and he told a story about an crusty old horseman who was having aggression problems with one of his stallions, and this guy contacted an animal communicator. The communicator told him that the stallion was jealous, and had bitten off one of the guy's fingers. The man agreed that this was so, the horse had bitten off his finger. The communicator then said that the stallion was jealous because the man liked his other stallion better, and that if he didn't change his ways, the stallion was going to bite off another finger.

I may have gotten some of the details wrong as it was so many years ago (apologies if I have, john Lyons), but the gist of the story is as he told it to us.
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post #14 of 43 Old 01-15-2013, 09:38 AM
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I have had 2 animal communicators in the past for my dogs and horses. I was thinking about trying to find one to read our two current horses and dogs. I am not totally convinced but sure would like to believe. Guess I believe enough to try it again..
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post #15 of 43 Old 01-15-2013, 09:42 AM
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Of course there are quacks. But seriously with this woman was more then spot on with photos ONLY talking to my skeptical friend who was careful not to leak anything. I'll list a few of the things there is NO WAY she would have known.

She was starved by a previous owner. It took us a year to put weight back on. When she did the reading there is no way she knew that.
She wanted to talk first before storm, totally her personality.
She likes to play "tricks" on my friend. For example she will take a single step away from her when saddling and mounting. If she tries to catch her she goes in her stall. If my friend goes in the stall she goes.into the turn out. All behaviors are easily corrected and are never a problem, just like she teases us.
She said her previous owners made her flip over which is why her back suddenly goes out. She likes the chiropractor for it.
She has a strange bump on her belly behind the girth area. The vet said its just a clogged lymphnode. It bothers the bell out of my friend and Jess said it doesn't bother me, why does it bother you? Lol
All she said was thank you, thank you, thank you.
She picked up that my friend didn't ride her because she was to green.
Told us about how terrified she was waiting in line to die at the slaughter house. It's the reason she is fine then all of a sudden isn't. She is EASILY startled by things that surprise her but is ROCK solid as long as she sees it coming (bikes, cars, flags, tarps, balls, etc).
She said she froze her *** off lasted winter. Everyone told my friend not to blanket her. She asked to have a blanket.
She also wanted to thank the girl who was patient with her (me). She said no one has ever given her the time she needs to feel comfortable and she is "shut down" in a way that she doesn't feel like she belongs anywhere so she quit trying. But she likes us and she said to just give her a little time, that she WANTS to stay with us.
She also likes the new saddle better then the old one.

All this, and more, from looking at a photo in her house! Spot on with EVERYTHING! Right down to their ages, which we were never clear on one being a rescue and the other supposedly having papers we never recieved.

We just put my rottweiler to sleep yesterday, I want to get a reading on him.

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post #16 of 43 Old 01-15-2013, 02:55 PM
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My friend had a gelding that she had raised from a foal. She spoiled him and did not even try to ride him until he was 15 years old. Of course a spoiled 15 year old horse is going to do whatever he wants and the trying to ride him did not go well. She called an animal communicator and had him "read" The lady told my friend that the horse did not want to be rode and a few other things. My friend called the vet and had him come out and put the horse to sleep!
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post #17 of 43 Old 01-15-2013, 03:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Tonipony View Post
My friend had a gelding that she had raised from a foal. She spoiled him and did not even try to ride him until he was 15 years old. Of course a spoiled 15 year old horse is going to do whatever he wants and the trying to ride him did not go well. She called an animal communicator and had him "read" The lady told my friend that the horse did not want to be rode and a few other things. My friend called the vet and had him come out and put the horse to sleep!
Your friend sounds like a dingbat.
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post #18 of 43 Old 01-15-2013, 03:20 PM
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First of all, How do they communicate over the
THe horse gets on the phone and talks to them.. lmao
I do not believe in this, and i think people are getting scammed.
If you want you can send me that money, I will put it to good use buying feed or paying farriers. You can barrage me with your comments all you want, but this is a scam.
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post #19 of 43 Old 01-15-2013, 04:09 PM
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I called Kathy George a couple of months ago. I was very skeptical. But I thought, ah what's $25 for 15 minutes on the phone?

WOW. Was I amazed. There was many, many things she said that there was NO way she could have known, even if she had researched me on the internet first.

You make an appointment on her website, and call her the day/time of the appointment. She obviously knows your name ahead of time, as you have made an appointment. When you get her on the phone, all she asks for is the horse's barn name, their color, and their age. That's it. And she just starts going ....

I called asking her about my horse Red. She told me to talk to him just like you'd be having a conversation with any person. She somehow "sees" him. Because she described that he was having pain in his right jaw or right mouth (she wasn't quite sure which area he was showing her). And then 2 months later when I was able to get the equine dentist out for Red's first dental visit, guess what he found? A big hook on his right side.

She also said that Red said I ride a lot more forward than his previous rider, but it didn't bother him much. And that is one of those things there's no way she can know. Because I had been riding more forward and up in my stirrups in order to sit his stride better. I have next to zero pictures of us riding posted on the internet, so that's something she couldn't have researched. So I don't know how she'd know that.

She also described his personality dead on.

I then also had her speak to my yearling colt, who had just moved in with Red the previous week. Again, she nailed his personality. She said that Shotgun said "oh this is where we live now? Cool. Where's the beer?" Which is totally his laid back personality. We both laughed at that. She also said Shotgun wasn't too fond of Red because he was bossy, which is true because Red put a lot of bite marks on him those first couple weeks. Thankfully that's gotten better!

But the very thing that makes me doubt she is a scam, is SHE said that my old horse was talking to her and was happy to be home again. I did not say one word about taking my old horse home to my parents house, when I moved Shotgun up to be Red's buddy. There is absolutely no way she could have known that. That was actually pretty creepy when she started talking about him, when I hadn't mentioned anything about him.

So unless someone can tell me how she knew the things she did (and I didn't have time to type ALL the mind blowing things she said), I guess I'm a believer until proven otherwise.

For the record, my husband did think I was crazy after I told him I talked to Kathy George, haha.

She also mentioned Red was either having stomach or breathing issues on his right side. The vet and the chiro are scheduled to come out in a few weeks, so I will be interested to see what they find!
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post #20 of 43 Old 01-15-2013, 04:20 PM
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Originally Posted by churumbeque View Post
Asia Voight. She does it over the phone. 95.00 for the 1st half hour I think.
i know her. not well, but she boards at a barn down the road.

shes not the brightest person, for a horse communicator she often cant see things right in front of her face.

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