“My Pet Passed Over. When Can I See an Animal Communicator?”

When you’re hurting because your beloved pet passed over, it can be very hard to find resources to help you move through that grief. Animal Communicators (people who communicate intuitively with animals) can be a great help in situations such as this. There are some simple guidelines though that can help you get the most from your animal communication session, if you are in deep grief.

[Transcript of video below]

One question I’m asked all the time is “My animal just passed over. When can I seek an animal communicator? When can I talk to someone? I really want to talk to my pet.”

My answer to that is actually pretty simple. It takes about two weeks (in my experience) for an animal to fully cross over, go to spirit school, do whatever that animal needs to do before you can really have an effective communication with that animal.  I’ve had animals show up more quickly but to ensure that you’re really going to have a great connection through this animal communicator, I would suggest waiting two weeks.

Also if you are really, really, really grieving and you don’t think you can go through that session without bawling and crying the entire time, I’m actually going to say to wait a little bit longer until you can kind of relax a little into the session because if you are bawling the entire time you are not going to be able to absorb the information that well.

So that’s it. I’d say wait two weeks and make sure you are in an OK spot to be able to receive the information.

Love and Light,


PS: Pick up my book, Animal Lessons at Amazon here to help you figure out what your beloved pet was (or perhaps still is!) teaching you. (And yes, they can still work with you even from the Other Side!)

4 replies
  1. Denise
    Denise says:

    Does that mean that it will make their transition easier and faster if you aren’t still talking to them as if they hadn’t passed? It is hard getting through the grief process, even though you know that it is the physical part of the pet that is gone. They are truly one of the best things about life!

    • Danielle MacKinnon
      Danielle MacKinnon says:

      Denise – How you talk to your pet won’t have a bearing on their transition. Probably, it will make everyone’s transition easier if you keep a connection going instead of turning away. In the end though, everyone experiences the change differently and there really is no right and wrong. Just follow your heart <3 ~Danielle

  2. Denise
    Denise says:

    I just wanted to thank you. I just lost two kitties within nine days of one another and am about to lose a third one at any time. I just started reading your articles and watching your videos the day after the second one passed. You have brought some clarity and a little sanity to one of the hardest and saddest Times in my life.
    The second one, Cheyenne, was completely devastating losing her. You have given me a few tools to get through this sad and difficult time. THANK YOU!!!!

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