ALI AMATO, animal communicator and medical intuitive

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How using a medical intuitive can save you time, stress, and money

Posted on: August 30th, 2018 by ali-amato No Comments

Strange as it might seem to you, medical intuition comes very naturally to me. When I’m working with a pet, I’m able to “go inside” their mind and body, and I then feel and experience things as they do. After 20 years of working with animals, this process  is completely automatic for me. In all of my appointments — even the ones where the client has hired me to solve a behavioral problem, I first do a “body scan” of the pet as a baseline to work from. This often uncovers things that help inform my work with the pet, and it also gives my clients a much better understanding of their animal, both currently and for going forward. We can then decide what to do with this information; most of my appointments end up with us creating a joint “action plan” for next steps.

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What is the biggest mistake people can make with their pets?

Posted on: August 30th, 2018 by ali-amato No Comments

As an animal communicator and medical intuitive, I work with a wide variety of pets who are experiencing problems of one kind or another. Some of the most common issues I routinely encounter are: (more…)

What can I do when my pet misbehaves?

Posted on: August 30th, 2018 by ali-amato No Comments

Ah, the torture of naughty pet behavior and not knowing what to do about it!  There is always a reason for acting out, but we often don’t know what that is — so frustrating! Here’s a brief list of possibilities to consider: (more…)

How do I know when it’s time for euthanasia?

Posted on: August 30th, 2018 by ali-amato No Comments

Letting go of your beloved pet is the hardest thing an animal lover will ever go through. And what can make it even more agonizing is weighing the decision whether to “help” them in their passing (or not) and the timing of any assistance. Doing it when you think it might be too soon can leave you with lasting guilt over whether you should have waited. But waiting too long can cause your pet unnecessary suffering. Watching them deteriorate day after day is harmful to you too. How do you know what to do? (more…)

How do I take care of my aging pet?

Posted on: August 30th, 2018 by ali-amato No Comments

Our animal population is getting older and suffering from many of the same ailments we do, especially arthritis. I’ve recently worked with several clients to make household adjustments in order to better accommodate their aging pets. Here are some tips for dealing with common problems— including ways you can prepare for their Golden Years in advance:

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Help—my pet is lost!

Posted on: August 30th, 2018 by ali-amato No Comments

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When your pet goes missing, it’s terribly upsetting. The biggest piece of advice I can give (as discussed in another post) is to not try and wait it out. If you’ve ever seen one of those reality tv shows regarding crime solving (I’m personally fascinated by shows such as The First 48), you know that doing the detective work sooner rather than later gives much better results. Even if the case does go “cold”, I am still able to do my work — but think of how much easier it is on both you and your pet if you start sooner!

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