One of the most painful experiences clients endure is the loss of a treasured companion animal. Knowing what the animal wants and needs during a time of illness or impending death can relieve much of the guilt and anguish that accompanies these medical or end-of-life decisions.
Often the animal prefers to leave his or her body rather than undergo extended treatment, while the people around the animal struggle to let go.
If you decide on euthanasia, the goodbye session can be coordinated with your veterinarian at the office or your home. Support will be available either remotely via phone or Skype, or in person. As your companion passes into spirit form, you will be kept informed of what is happening through connection to his or her higher self, and be able to say goodbye without guilt, as you experience the calm energy of the transition.
Afterward, a post-transition communication session will provide information on the activities your animal companion is engaged in on The Other Side. They describe jobs that are fulfilling to them and amazing for the human families to hear about, and they often describe their visits to the families they have left behind.