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” …also want to tell my mom that I think that she should know that we have a love fest. It means that our life is so great. I think I am her favorite dog ever. I feel like my mom and I not only understand each-other but have been together before. Yeah I remember being more black and her like giving me massages and being a little bigger dog.”
His person writes:
From the day I adopted Davy Jones from the local animal pound, I felt like I was literally “in love” with him. It sort of felt weird at first, like why is my dog hypnotizing me?? (LOL). I felt like I had known him before. Laura had no way of knowing this, and when When Davy Jones told Laura that we have a “love fest”, my mind was reeling. That is exactly the way I would have described my relationship with my former dog, Beau, and I used to give Beau rub downs when he was older and a bit arthritic, and he was bigger, and had more black on him. Beau was a Chow Chow x Rottweiler, Davy Jones is a Dachshund. I have often said that if I got Davy’s DNA done, it would return half Rottie! LOL! Laura was fun, informative, and gave me information that she could not have known in advance, and also gave me some great ideas on how to work with both of my dogs to overcome some of the issues we need to work through regarding their int eractions with other dogs. Both of my dogs are rescues, and she was able to convey their personalities, I feel, very accurately. Laura is definitely tapped in to the animal world!
(photo is (c) Johnny Ortez-Tibbels)
THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
DOES YOUR DOG NEED A PET PSYCHIC?
I have been interviewed by the NY Daily News. Click On Photo to read the article 🙂
These are my friends. Petunia on left & Chester on right.
Here is an update/testimonial from their person about how they changed after a pet psychic session with me.
“Now we wanted Chester to sleep with us again….. he came back to our bed that night and has slept with us since. Petunia no longer licks up and bites my or her daddy’s neck from that day! Now I did not mention the trying to bite my nose and that continues but it is just one “piranha” bite or two. Real easy to stop… not like the licking. Petunia has not taken any food out of her siblings mouths after the talk. They just happily eat right next to each other. The toys too!”
I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing your blessing of animal communication. Even though the passing of Roscoe has broken my heart having you communicate for us has been invaluable. It gives me peace to know what Roscoe thought and felt. I read your transcripts and blogs many times a day and it helps me heal. Knowing that my big guy is in heaven experiencing contentedness gives me joy in between the pain and tears. May God bless you and your beautiful family. Thank you again. XX
~ Dear Laura, Just wanted to give you an update: Hugo has gone in the house just one time since our session, and for the first time ever, he pooped on the floor, not the carpet! Our session plus the new cat litter you recommended, the world’s best, has made all the difference.
Hugo also mentioned that we hold him down, and he doesn’t like that. I finally figured out that I was playing with him too roughly (because he’s so big), running my hand up and down his spine, which must feel to him like being pinned down. (I’m quite sure he has PTSD from being with a cat hoarder.) He has either been biting less since our session and/or we’re more tuned in to his signals, but there has been a lot less carnage since the session.
Many thanks for your help, Kay & Craig and Louie, Wolfie, and Hugo
Dewey and I met with you on Friday at Jamie’s. I was the cryer. 🙂 I can’t thank you enough. I feel like in the short time we met, it made a huge difference and really opened up communication between Dewey and me, as cheesy as that sounds. I just feel differently toward him now – I mean, I have always loved him so much, but I feel like we understand each other better now and he is even behaving better. I have switched him to bottled water, and am looking into geting a purifying water bowl or those giant 10-gallon jugs, and bought new cleaners. Also, looking into raw food. Again, thanks so much! I need to do a blog on the experience when I find some time, and let me know (or Jamie will) when you’re in Atlanta next so I can tell everyone I know to come see you! Hope all is well!– Ashley
~ Dear Laura,
Thank you so much for the session yesterday.
It was delightful and enchanting and really moving. I am so thrilled to be able to communicate with Moby though you. I look forward to many more conversations in the future.
With warmest wishes, M.A.
I want to thank you ever sooo much from the bottom of my heart! I really loved every moment of connecting with my beloved Joaquim! It was just so wonderful! Now I feel relieved and comforted in knowing that hes in heaven doing and feeling fantstically! I think every good mom wants to know her baby is just great and is okay in order for her to get a sound and restful sleep! You enabled me to connect with my love in a new and miraculous way! You provided me with a very special gift.. I will forever treasure, appreciate and cherish today! You are an angel, a miracle worker and a gift from God! Because of you we were enabled to connect and bond in a rare and unique and very special way! You have no idea how much today meant to me! To be honest with you during the moment when i was quiet either after you told me something that was just so near and dear to my heart and at different points of our connection..I was holding back tears of happiness, joy, comfort, relief and love! I teared up quite a bit. Its just because I was so overwhlemed with gratitude for u and warmed by what my love was communicating to me! Im so thankful to you for what u did for us! Im so happy and glad and overjoyed that I was able to commune with him in this special way and to know that he is doing perfect and feeling perfect and is in heaven being well taken care of–it makes me feel sooo blissful! To know that as a mom I can still in a very special way mother him and positively affect him and take care of him by praying for him and talking to him, thinking of him and remembering him..it makes me feel wonderful like im still doing my job as a mom..im still able to mother him the way Im supposed to..the way he needs to be mothered and thats a wonderful gift to give to a mom! So thank you thank you for everything! Me and Joaquim will always cherish today! And I’ll probably call you again sometime so that I can communicate again with him in this special way! God Bless you!
with all my heart, Sarah A
~ Dear Laura,
You are so amazing and I am grateful for your sensitivity and clear channel to those that mean the most to me!!
Hope to touch base soon!
Laura – I just wanted you to know how much I enjoyed our session the other day. It was nice hearing some specific things that Butterfly said. Regarding her recent illness, you mentioned that she told you she had “hot heads”. I didn’t get a chance to tell you, but her head had been very sensitive for several days and felt hot to the touch. I’m so glad it was just a passing illness and nothing to be concerned about.Also, the fact that you said she talks so fast and jumps from subject to subject – that is DEFINITELY our Butterfly! She is so funny and always keeps us entertained. It was amusing to hear that she wants “only white bowls”, that she “thinks the news is too violent”, and that she is annoyed when we “don’t always do what she says”. There again, we already know how particular our little girl is, and how she is not afraid to voice her opinions! I guess her strong personality is one of the reasons she was able to train us so quickly and effortlessly.It was wonderful being able to check in with her and clarify some things and to get reassurance that she is getting her physical and emotional needs met. Butterfly and her Dad and Mom can’t thank you enough! W & R
Thank you for suggesting us to change Tigger’s thyroid meds from morning to evening. I am sleeping alot better now that Tig doesn’t wake me up at 3:00am!
Also, Tigger telling us about how he was feeling and that his throat is dry was extremely benefical. Since the session I have put oil in his wet food and have been putting ice in his water bowl. He seems to be doing better not as hungry as he was before and he has been going outside more. This morning he brought us a present- which he hasn’t done in over a year. I woke to my Mom’s screams.
Kind regards, NC
~ Laura thank you for being Cito’s voice. What we learned today was very helpful with our communication with Cito. We want to be good human beings tohim. He would not have been my dog of choice but fate lead him to us so we will love and care for him to our best ability. I think he knows that as well! I shared your conversation with Cito with our son. He was very surprised but I think relieved to know Cito will be ok.
I told Cito I wasn’t ready for him to sleep upstairs but i would find a safe sleeping area for him while Adam was away.
Again thank you for being available to spend time with us. I hope to have you return in a few months. I’m sure Cito will enjoy the return visit as well.
~ Laura, I just want to thank you again for the reading you gave me re. my Mother
who had past in April of last year.
I have been having a hard time these past few day and got the tape out this
morning to hear again. It is such a comfort
to hear what she had to say. Thank you ever so much. ~ SC
~ Hello Laura,
I want you to know how grateful I am for the reading you gave me with my niece. There were several things she said that verified to me that we were, indeed, speaking with her. It gives me great peace of mind to know that she is happy in heaven. I have shared her messages with my parents and her father. My parents loved dancing when they were younger (and she danced, as well), my mom plays the piano, and Dad can’t stay out of pastries. The reassurance she gave by telling them that all these things were waiting in heaven was just beautiful. Her dad often tells us that he talks with her everyday while he is working, and she said that she hears him and is resting her head on his shoulder. All of this is lovely beyond words. It has helped us to hear from her. You have a precious gift, and I so appreciate your sharing it with me.
I would be glad to share my experience as a testimonial to your credibility.
Thank you again for all you have done for me, my kitties, and my family.
Bless you as you continue to bless others!!
When asked what was wrong with Yanni he said,
“I want to tell you that I dont feel well. I feel really nauseous. My stomach hurts me a lot and I feel like maybe there is something not right in there. If feels like it is pushing on me and i have bad tasting saliva and I just feel really sick. Yes, I ate this it was this long stick thing, not it wasn’t meat but it was chewy. I found it. I found it by door. It was inside. It was near the garbage. It has been for a while now. “
Yanni’s person wrote me this email after our session:
Hey Laura, several weeks ago we had you speak to our Bichon Yanni whom had been acting very anti social and not eating or drinking. Based on the information (Yanni told us during our session) we found Yanni had eaten a Q-Tip while sneaking in the bathroom trash can. (We have closed trashcans in every room now) and the Q-Tip had irraated his intestines as it passed causing them to fill whith gas, swell, and put pressure on his stomach and giving him indigestion. there is no doubt your insight saved our little boy and we can never thank you enough. Yanni is back to his old loving self, feeling much better.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts,
D & C
If this little testimonial can in any way help you with clients, you have my permission to use it. You might also want to give them a word about my background so they will know I am a trustworthy person.
As you know I’m the granddaughter of J. Ogden Armour who was head of Armour and Co. Meat Packing. I was raised in Chicago and now own El Mirador Estate in Montecito, Ca. where I make my home. This property has been in my family for almost 100 years. After my mother, Lolita Armour Mitchell, died in 1976 a portion of El Mirador was sold to the film director, Ivan Reitman. He and his family have been my neighbors and friends. I attended his oldest daughter, Catherine’s wedding two years ago. I am sure Ivan would vouch for my integrity.
You have a gift that can help a lot of people care for their pets, even to saving the life of a well-loved companion dog a you did mine. It is my hope that you can reach many more people and be of service to them.
With great respect,
Lolita Mitchell Lanning
Today Sierra lies at my feet as I write. Occasionally she lifts her head to gaze at me, her melt-away chocolate brown eyes shining with love. Had it not been for Laura Stinchfield’s last minute intervention Sierra would be dead.
On Friday, June 24th, I was scheduled to leave Santa Barbara with my two German Shepherds for the three day drive to my summer house in Washington. My nephew and his wife would make the trip with me. But on Monday, June 20th, Sierra began to stagger when she walked. On Tuesday she was lurching to the right side, barely able to walk. By Wednesday my 12 year old dog was falling over. Two years ago x-rays of her spine had shown severe deterioration where the spine meets the hip. Was it fair to prolong her life?
On Thursday morning I made the heart wrenching phone call to my vet. My old friend could not get into my car, could hardly walk and was obviously suffering. Would he come to my house and put her out of her misery? The vet would come over at 12:15. Trying to hold back the tidal wave of tears that would break through my dam of reserve when my dog died, I turned to Laura and asked her to give Sierra permission to leave me.
Laura Stinchfield had entered my life nine years earlier when I rescued Sierra from an animal shelter. Bone poking thin, no hair on her tail and grief in her eyes; she obviously had lived through tragedy no one knew of. She’d been found on a mountain side, hunting for food and was lactating. Her puppies were never rescued. I needed to know more about her life. Four people, including my veterinarian told me about Laura and her ability to communicate with animals. I called her. She came to my home. With great skepticism I watched her “talk silently” to my dog. Up came Sierra’s head, her ears pricked and she stared into Laura’s face for a full five minutes. There was no doubt in my mind that Laura and my dog were communicating. But the story she told Laura was too sad to tell.
Laura and I became friends and have remained so for nine years. She has helped me with 3 dogs, 1 laying hen and a wild squirrel. So, on that sorrowful Thursday as I waited for the vet to come and end Sierra’s life, I spoke to Laura by phone and asked her to tell Sierra she had my permission to leave me. Laura does not need to be physically present to reach a dog. What Sierra “told” her astonished me. She “said”, “I don’t want to die today. It is not my time. My spine doesn’t hurt, I’m dizzy and I just need to rest and I want to go to Washington with mom”.
But, I was forward moving, had made up my mind that euthanasia was the humane thing for Sierra. I argued at length with Laura, even raised my voice. Laura spoke to my dog again. Sierra said “Please, please tell mom that if she lets me die today, she will have a troubled soul”.
That did it.
I cancelled the vet’s call and asked Laura to tell Sierra she was going with me. We left for Washington Friday morning. My nephew had to lift Sierra into and out of my van. On Saturday, my dog was getting in and out of the van by herself with difficulty. By Sunday she was doing it with ease and on Monday she was no longer staggering when she walked. We were dumbfounded. We went to our vet in Washington on Tuesday. After he examined Sierra and heard her symptoms and progress, the vet told me Sierra has Old Age Vestibular Syndrome. It is a condition common in elderly dogs that affects the inner ear and ruins their balance. Nothing had to be done as this syndrome corrects itself in time. He made this diagnosis one month ago. Had I learned of this syndrome after putting Sierra to sleep, can you imagine the troubled soul I would be carrying?
Yesterday, Sierra burst out of my house, raced across the deck and cleared two steps that lead to the lawn with ease. She didn’t even wobble. Last night she picked up a squeaky toy and played tug-o-war with me. She’s 90% recovered.
Today Sierra lies at my feet as I write. She is now sound asleep. Laura has been given the gift of communication with animals but she has given me a gift beyond belief: Sierra is going to wake up.
I called in on your radio show about my horse Sultan, now Gavilan. He had some issues with donkeys and communication with a mustang. Well this weekend I put him out with 3 other horses and the little red mini that he asked to be out with. He took to the 17.2 hand Oldendberg gelding quickly and followed him around for 2 hours! The big gelding took him under his wing and showed him the ropes of turnout in a small herd. When the Oldenberg dropped to roll Gavilan was right behind him, copying what he did. He was so relaxed and calm with his new friends. At one point Gavilan and the gang were in the far corner looking up in the top pasture and talking to the herd up there which included a donkey. That donkey’s ears were twitching back and forth but Gavilan only backed up a few steps behind the Oldenberg but did not take his eyes off the donkey and did not panic. THANK YOU for talking to him about his communication skills and helping me with ideas about helping him become more confident. It was amazing to watch him interact with other horses. He has only been a gelding for a year and a half and was a stallion for 10. As you know, stallions don’t get socialized with other horses for the most part. I will try to download a pic or two of him and a couple of his new friends.
Thank you again…you are awesome.
Cats Now Getting Along 🙂
Wanted to drop you a note to let you know how Eli and Bella are doing. It is amazing the difference in Eli since you spoke to him last week on the radio show. He is trying to be very careful on how he “touches” and several mornings I have woken up to Eli gently licking Bella and she was loving it!
I have also caught them playing together and Eli instead of jumping on her like he did before, he jumps then jumps away so not to be too aggressive. He still has some moments when he “forgets” and when I scold him he either lies on the floor with his head down or climbs under a chair to hide. He looks at me as if he is embarrassed for his behavior. I mentally say to him “remember what Laura said, you are not smarter than everyone else” and that everyone needs to get along in “harmony”… Thank you so much for your assistance and helping everyone (including myself) see things a lot clearer
Thank you again,