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Animal Communicator Gemma Blackwell

Gemma Blackwell - Animal Communicator

Hello... I’m Gemma, and I live in North Devon with my partner, our Daughter & our two cats Fingles (left) & Frannigan (right) & I talk to animals! I have always loved animals and have shared my life with many special characters. Each one has touched my heart and taught me something. I believe that animal's Spirit's go on after they pass over and I often call on some of my Spirit animals for help whilst I'm working.

I used to talk to my first cat Chloe (bottom) all the time and would imagine what she was saying back to me, looking back I realise now that I have been communicating with animals all my life.

FinglesFranny

In 2010 I qualified as an Animal Communicator through the ACT2 Practitioner programme with James French and left my career as a Graphic Designer to pursue my dream of working with animals. At the beginning of 2011 Pets Tails was born and I have never looked back.

I am attuned to Reiki level II, this helps me to tune into the animals and enables me to incorporate this hands on or distant healing whilst I'm working.

Please note: I am fully insured through Balens Specialist Insurance Brokers for Animal Communication & Reiki.

Gemma and Chloe

Working via Skype and over the phone means I have clients all of the World, my services have even been called on by celebrities and their pets including Sky News and ITV Presenter Eamonn Holmes and his rescue dog Maggie, click here to read his testimonial. I have also worked with animals in the care of rescue centres including Hereford and Worcester Animal Rescue and Greyhound Rescue West England and have worked alongside other professionals including Veterinarians, Animal Behaviourists, Animal Trainers and Animal Welfare professionals.

Working with a variety of people and animals from different backgrounds and with different problems means I am constantly learning.

I see my role as bringing animals and people closer together, acting as the animal’s translator and being their voice. They have such a lot to share with us and we have a lot to learn from them.