An introduction to Animal Communications
More about Cindy Wenger, Animal Communicator
Code of Ethics for Interspecies Telepathic Communications
Preparing for the Consultation
How Can it Benefit You and Your Animal Companion
Level I and II Workshops
Herbs for cats/dogs/birds
People Whisperers Article
Grieving the Loss of a Pet
Grieving the Loss of a Pet
Providing for Your Pet's Future Without You
Flower Essence Remedies
Various Related Links of Interest
Our Family Album
Dedication of Past Companions






Vague or unaccountable fears.   Appearing agitated for no apparent reason – horses that startle.  The animal becomes anxious and you can see no cause.


Provides the animal with a sense of security and fearlessness so they may disregard difficulties and dangers.

Intolerance toward other animals, people, events   and situations; they may dislike people or animals.


More tolerant and a sense of compassion for and unity with other animals and people.

A loss of self-control, which may manifest in a variety of behaviors.  An animal suffering with an irritating condition or infection may lose self-control, violently scratching itself in a desperate attempt to find relief.

Cherry Plum

A self-controlled animal that will have the ability to act rationally.

Repeated unsuccessful behavior patterns, doesn’t learn from past mistakes: dogs that chew on cushions no matter how many times they’re told not to; a horse knocks down the same fence in the arena, which is well within its capabilities.  

Chestnut Bud

Allows the animal to learn from experience so it can move on in life and not repeat the same mistakes.  

Possessive in nature, very territorial. Highly protective of family and home: a cat who rubs against your legs constantly, a dog that demands to be petted, especially if anyone else enters the room.  Manipulatively loving to keep control.


An unselfish, self-assured, loving animal.

No apparent interest in the world around them: animals that sleep all the time, have trouble paying attention, or seem to live more in a dream than in the present.


Enables the animal to have a lively interest in the world around them and enjoyment in life.

Obsessive cleanliness, fastidiousness.  Constant licking or nibbling on themselves may have a distaste for eating, mating or defecating. 

Crab Apple

An animal that is relaxed and more accepting of itself and its imperfections.

Overwhelmed by a sense of responsibility from a temporary circumstance: dogs or cats who abandon their litter because it is too much to handle.


Restores confidence, positive outlook and coping capabilities in the animal.

Despondency due to a setback such as not going for a walk as usual or temporary separation from owner or companion. 


Restores optimism thus preventing a sense of hopelessness from developing. (May also need Honeysuckle)

Overly concerned with companionship because they are lonely.  Constant barking or whimpering to get attention; hovering for attention, whining while you are away.


A pet that trusts it will receive love and does not need to constantly be the center of attention..

Jealousy of other animals or a new baby in the home.  Angry growling, hissing, barking, snapping or unprovoked attacks.


An animal that is more compassionate and willing to share with other animals.

Homesickness or over-attachment to the past, demonstrated through signs of distress: loss of appetite, becoming introverted.  Especially useful when owner has died, or for extended periods at the kennel or left home alone.


Assists the animal to become self-assured, to be able to adjust to its new home or environment.  (May also need Walnut)  

Lethargy or lack of enthusiasm to go anywhere, shying away from anything which is demanding or requires activity or effort: a dog lacking enthusiasm to go for a walk. 


An animal who feels they have the strength to participate fully.  Restores vitality, enthusiasm, and spontaneity.  (May also need Wild Rose)

Impatient and seeming to have boundless energy: cats that rush about the house, dogs that can’t wait to be taken for a walk and always run ahead, horses that are difficult to control before a race.


Animals become more patient; waiting is not a major dilemma.

Lack of self-confidence or avoiding situations where they have to perform: a horse that walks into the arena head down and tail between the legs refusing to do any jumps, a new cat that has to integrate into an existing feline social structure.


Boosts self-esteem, confidence and determination.

For fears, afraid of lightening, visits to the vet.   May shake or shiver when confronted with the thing that frightens them.  Shy and timid animals.


Animals become more confident and courageous, can enjoy life without fear.     

Exhaustion, fatigue due to over work:  for working animals, such as sheep dogs and farm horses, or for those who are involved in racing, competitive events or shows.


A restoration of strength and vitality.

Terror, panic-stricken as shown by physical signs:  fur bristles on the back; the stance is one of defense, body trembling.

Rock Rose

Restores courage and calmness.

Animals who can’t make up their mind: cats who spend an unnecessarily long time going from one cushion to another before finally falling asleep, or dogs that ask to go for a walk then change their minds as soon as you go outside.


Results in a decisive and balanced animal.

Abused or mistreated in the past.  Any past or present trauma or shock;  for loss of owner, surgery, used by animal shelters and rescue homes

Star of Bethlehem

Neutralizes the effects of shock or trauma.

Enthusiastic, excitable, high strung, full of nervous energy: dogs who jump up on visitors or race around the park to join in ball games.


Assists in slowing down the animals to be more calm and able to relax.

Authoritative, domineering: for the dog that is overly aggressive or the bossy cat in a feline social structure.


Allows the animal to be determined without domination, they can guide without controlling other animals.

For any period of change:  birthing, being relocated during a family move, a new baby in the home, left in the kennel.


Helps the animal ease into its new surroundings or situation.

Unfriendly, stand-offish: do not invite or welcome cuddles, petting or obvious affection.

Water Violet

Produces a companionable and sociable animal.

At a crossroads in life, loss of sense of direction or purpose; especially good for working or show animals who are being retired.

Wild Oat

Restores ambition and sense of purpose for the animal. (May also need Walnut)

Lack of energy and enthusiasm:  tend to be submissive, allowing you to do anything to them or with them without caring much either way. 

Wild Rose

Creates a lively interest in life.  

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