Important Insights Of An Animal Communicator

By Dorothy Brown

When it comes to animals, there are many different duties involved whether a pet owner or professional. When it comes to being a professional Animal Communicator, one must be able to understand the different behaviors, moods and actions of a number of different species. As such, while a very interesting position, it is not for everyone.

Given that there are animals who communicate vocally and others whom do not, the position also takes a great deal insight. In most cases, those working in this position can communicate both intuitively and vocally. As such, most consider those working in the field to be somewhat of animal psychics. In fact, many even advertise and work under this title.

In most cases, interactions between people and animals reflect some level of vocal communication related to a mood, need or want. While this is the case, human tone can also be important particularly with regards to scolding a dog or other pet for bad or negative behavior. In addition, body language can also communicate praise or disappointment with regards to this type of communication.

When it comes to human commands, animals must be taught over time to understand different orders. A good example of this is in dog training. For, it can often take a great deal of time and patience to teach a dog to sit, stay, come or be leash and house trained. To expedite the process, it should be noted that trainers are some of the best at being able to communicate with other species on the planet. As such, it is imperative that owners pay close attention to commands and tones used during the training process.

Another area in which these professionals work is in the horse racing field. In most cases, trainers are often the one person the animal sees on a daily or weekly basis. Depending on the age, level of training and preparation necessary, it can often take weeks or months to prepare a horse for an upcoming event. After which, when a horse places or wins a race, the trainer often feels an overwhelming level of success.

When it comes to training birds to talk, that is a different story. For, repetition is often the key to success in teaching a parakeet or cock-a-too to speak. Whereas, research has now proved that parrots and possibly macaws can also carry on intellectual conversations.

The work of these individuals and trainers are closely related. For, to be a successful trainer, one is going to need the ability to communicate and understand animal moods and behaviors. Whereas, an animal psychic is not always involved in the professional or personal training of animals.

One of the most interesting tools in use today can be found in Japan. For, a device is now being used to decipher various types of dog barks into specific phrases and sentences based on length and tone. Largely based on an Animal Emotion Analysis System created in the past, the Bow-Lingual device has already seen some level of success.

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