My mom has always wanted to try going to an animal communicator, so when she saw Coryelle Kramer was going to be at BlogPaws, she immediately booked an appointment. She can do her thing with the actual pets or by using a photo, so I was able to be there through a photo. We paid for our own session, and are sharing our experience in case any of our friends are interested in having a reading themselves.
There were so many things Mom wanted to find out about, it was hard to narrow it all down. One of the first issues she tackled was Bailie always being so nervous in the car. This question proved very informative. They all learned why some dogs are uneasy when their paws are not firmly planted on the surface of the earth. Just like our chiropractor told us, we are very connected with the earth, and ourselves. We feel things differently than humans do. Coryelle got down to Bailie’s level, and talked to her about that nervous feeling, and how to best handle it. On the ride home from the conference, Bailie was better, but still nervous. During the past week, she has been much more relaxed in the car. Mom sometimes reminds her of what Coryelle told her, and that seems to help her too.
Bailie and Madison are two peas in a pod, and are always together. One thing my mom wanted to know is if they are truly happy that way, why they sometimes have a spat, and how they feel about their relationship. The answers were, once again, very interesting. My sisters are super happy together, but sometimes, Bailie gets tired of the little stinkers antics, and will scruff her a bit to put her into her place. It’s good for Mom to know they are happy, and some disagreements are normal.
The three of them talked to Coryelle about me for a while, and why I don’t like other dogs anymore. Apparently, as I have gotten older, I have started feeling insecure. I’m worried about being older, and other dogs taking my place. I want to be the queen, but I fear I won’t be. She prescribed some Flower Essences for me to have in my water for a few weeks to help me balance out. They arrived the other day in the mail. I’m excited to see how they work.
Madison was quite interesting. The first thing that came up is that Madison wants to be a therapy dog in the next few years. She wants to help people. We can see that in her, but Mom wants nothing to do with the therapy dog thing. Will things change in a couple years? It will be fun to see. Everyone does say Madison would be a great therapy dog because she is always so happy.
Does Madison enjoy doing her sports? That was a question Mom had for Coryelle. Madison says she loves her sports, and she really enjoys agility. Who knew? Lately she has started to do really well in agility class, maybe because she figured out it’s a lot of fun and she loves it.
The whole animal communicator experience was amazing! Most of her clients she does sessions with do remote sessions, so we may be in touch with her again remotely. During the conference we ran into her a few times, and found out she too lived in Germany for a while, and speaks German. My sisters have nothing to do with Germany, but I found it interesting.
If you have ever thought about trying an animal communicator, we do recommend Coryelle. She is super nice, and we think she did a great job. Mom purposely held back some information just to test her at first, and she passed with flying colors. Would you like to try a reading with your pets, past or present?
that was super interesting and how great that you made this appointment…. !!!
It was really a good thing to do, and I think we will do it again down the road.
Interesting. I bet that was fun to get some insights into what is going on in those fuzzy heads.
It was all very interesting, but Mom found the part about why dogs are nervous in cars, or elevators, etc, the most interesting of all.
Ellen Shedlarz says
I have spoken to a. Animal communicator right after my first dog Lucy died. It was very hard for me to get over and I just wanted to know she was safe.
I feel bad for Emma. She will always be the queen.
Trust me, I’m living the good life! I can be the queen and not like other dogs much. I get so much special attention, and I’m always a super happy girl. Everywhere I go, and I go a lot of places people love me and comment on what a cute and happy girl I am. I still get to go to my classes and do my nose work too. I’m definitely not lacking in anything, but we all change as we age, and I just prefer more alone time without competition from other dogs. Mom always makes sure that I feel special and that I know how much I am loved.
Lynda Fisher says
oh. emma, you are the queen and will always a special dog. i love seeing your picture and your posts show us what a thoughtful dog you are.
WOW, that is very cool and it sounds like y’all learned a lot!
It was really fun and informative.
We did this once too! Mom loved it. It was so interesting. I was so glad too because I had quite a few things that I wanted to talk with Rebecca (the lady who came to our house to communicate with us). Mom had said she was coming that day so the minute Rebecca came in and sat down, I sat right in front of her and stared at her! Rebecca said that I was bombarding her with questions and comments! It was awesome. Lilly was scared at first, but Rebecca asked me to let her know it was okay. And so I did, and then Lilly and Rebecca communicated! Mom loved it all! We would love to check in with her again. Maybe we will thanks to your post. Great post, Emma! Hooray for animal communicators!! your doodle friend Dash
It is a lot of fun, and my sisters loved Coryelle. I’m sure Mom will be in touch with her again before too long.
I know a few people who have turned to an animal communicator and found it helpful. I think it would be interesting. I’m glad she was able to give your mom some insight. You’ll always be the queen, no matter how many dogs there are!
Everyone changes as they get older, and so do dogs. I feel my sisters don’t respect me enough and it threatens my “kingdom”. In general I’m a happy pup, just a few things that bug me here and there.
Coryelle Kramer says
Thanks girls! You and your mom are fantastic and I’m very glad that I could help. xoxo
Mom and my sisters loved the experience and I know they will be back for more!
Jan K says
That is so interesting!! It sounds like your Mom really learned a lot about all you girls.
I’ve always thought about doing it, but just wasn’t sure if it would be worth the money or not. Someone recommended it to me back when Sheba was ill, and I do wish I had done it then so I knew how she was feeling about things. I could definitely use some insight as to what goes on in Luke’s head with his fears and all. I’m keeping it in mind.
It’s really easy, and not that expensive. You should give it a try. I bet you would learn some good things. She can talk to animals that have passed too if you have questions.
The Gang at LLB says
Mama should have done her research…she would loved to talk to Coryelle about Mr. Grumpypants, Arty!
I’ll make sure to remind her to check out her web page!
It’s not too late, she is available for remote sessions. I bet he is like me, feeling a loss of power or something as he ages. Rosy probably irritates him with her wildness as a puppy, although my sisters said she was totally mellow.
Emma is the queen – no doubt about it. Will you tell her that for me? Hmm, therapy dog… I had a dog who I believe wanted to be a therapy dog because she loved people so much but she was a search and rescue dog instead. She got to love the people who she found!
We could see Madison doing search and rescue with Mom but it is super time intensive. Mom looked into it a few years ago because that is something she would love to do some day. My mom has no interest in doing any therapy dog work, so that is out, but who knows what will happen down the road.
Marsha Gay says
That sounds fascinating
It was a lot of fun and a great experience.
Jodi Stone says
I love that Mom wanted to work with an animal communicator. I worked with one for Delilah many years ago, when she had some back issues, and I wasn’t super impressed. BUT then I used a different one about two or three years ago, and she totally blew me away. I’ve been meaning to write about it, but it was so emotional for me, that I haven’t been able to yet.
Thanks for sharing this Emma.
P.S. I think you will always be Queen with Mom. 🙂
I’m sure there are good and bad communicators out there. Glad your second was was wonderful. I know among humans I am queen, but dogs seem to test me.
My Golden Life says
Ok, I’ll go out on a limb here and admit that I am truly skeptical about “animal communicators”, just as I am about “fortune tellers”. And I just don’t have the “spare change” right now to take a chance on being proved right or wrong. But I’ll also say that if others want to believe, then that’s fine too. I’m truly, 100%, glad you (all) feel you’ve learned from your experiences.
My Golden Life says
And, yes, Emma, I do believe you will always be Queen Emma to your Mom! ❤️❤️❤️
I am my mom’s queen and will always be, but I’m uneasy with other dogs. They don’t respect me like humans do.
We too were skeptical, but it was not that pricey to give it a try and see what happened. Overall, it was worth it and Mom got some good information. We don’t buy into fortune tellers at all, but communicators we do feel is a real thing.
M. K. Clinton says
Did she see us together forever?? Mom would LOVE to speak with her to find out what’s on my mind too.
You should set up a remote session with her. I know your mom would love it!
Sand Spring Chesapeakes says
What a fun thing to do, I’ve never had that done with any of my pets.
It’s definitely something worthwhile doing. Mom always wanted to give it a try.