(Dogs & Cats)
Layla & Ellen Bartos
She was her happy self again completely stopping her weird behavior…
I have had many fruitful conversations with my animals through Nancy Kaiser, but last time was certainly the most dramatic before-and-after. I had been worried about my American Eskimo, Layla, for several days. She had reacted very strongly to something that startled her – my husband’s new sneakers made a loud squeak on the wood floor, which sounded almost like an animal in pain. She became terribly frightened, and thereafter did not want to come in the house. She spent her time hiding under a bush in the back yard, and it was extremely difficult to coax her into the house. When she was in the house, she would become very frightened whenever my husband walked over the area where he had made the noise. She was not her happy self at all, so of course I called Nancy.
Nancy thought perhaps the alarming sound had awakened a strong feeling from a past life. She talked to Layla explaining what the sound was, that nothing was going to hurt her, and she could feel safe inside the house. It took a while, and we weren’t sure if it would work effectively against the fear she had.
After three days of Layla hiding under a bush in the back yard – when I finished my conversation with Nancy – I went to the back door and there was Layla on the doorstep eager to come in the house! She was her happy self again completely stopping her weird behavior and again was relaxed comfortably being in the house.
Thanks again for your help. I love having Nancy as a resource when my animals need help.
Ellen Bartos, MA
Daisy, Lily, & Michelle Apicelli
I call her “the magician.”
I would like to share a story about Nancy Kaiser. I call her “the magician.” My two Labs, Daisy and Lily, were feeling very anxious one evening keeping me awake most of the night. My son had left early that morning on a trip. They were both crazed when he didn’t return late evening. The next day I called Nancy a.k.a. The Magician. After Nancy communicated with Daisy and Lily explaining that my son was going to be away for a few more days, they were back to their old selves. Our animals just need to know what’s going on, so they can relax just like us. Thank you Nancy!
~ Michelle Apicelli, NJ
Bambi & Lindi Lucas
For five and a half years, it was a struggle until Fate had me meet Nancy Kaiser.
After 30 years with horses and the dream of still riding at the age of 99, I thought my life was over when I had to give all of it up. I discovered dogs, and they gave me my life back. Yes, there is life after horses.
The first one, a German Shepard, introduced me to dog shows, training, classes; everything I used to do with my beloved horses only on a smaller, easier scale. In other words, perfectly adjusted to a
60-something old… In order not to be reminded of the same breed after a sad loss, I chose a Rottweiler next. Being German, I wanted to stay with a German breed.
Well, all was wonderful until Bambi was about six months old. He stopped eating. Now, when you offer your dog raw steak or steak off the grill or you offer raw chicken or from the Oven and your dog comes to the food, sniffs it, and puts his tail between his legs and walks away, then I don’t know what more would break your heart. Needless to say, I tried every foodstuff on this planet, and he just wouldn’t eat!!!
I went from vet to vet. As I came through their doors, they thought how wonderful it was that here was a Rottie showing his ribs. The vets wished that all Rotties could be on the slim side. Well, that is not the breed standard. I began showing Bambi in “German-style Sieger shows.” He was the smallest and thinnest looking in his classes. Some people came up to me to ask me what I was feeding. It was terrible… and embarrassing!
The ordeal I went thru to get anything into him was unbelievably difficult. I would sit on the floor with him and it would take two hours for one cup of kibble. In other words, one kibble at a time pushed into his mouth just to keep him alive. The same with real food; chicken necks cut up into tiny pieces and pushed into his mouth.
We finally went to NC State University Vet School in Raleigh and x-rayed and ultrasounded his digestive tract. All was normal. The nutritionist thought it could be his brain-stem telling him he is full all the time!!!
For five and a half years, it was a struggle until Fate had me meet Nancy Kaiser. I purchased her book, Tales of an Animal Communicator ~ Master Teachers, at a small fair in Banner Elk, NC. After reading her book, I hoped I had found desperately needed help, and I did!!! (That book should be mandatory reading in vet-schools!)
The first time I called Nancy, we chatted for a while then she telepathically communicated with Bambi. Well, he was quietly lying at my feet in our peaceful cabin dozing away. When Nancy communicated with him (speaker phone) he truly looked up at the phone receiver I was holding in my hand… and though I could not hear anything, I know that Bambi “heard” what Nancy said.
Soon after that, Nancy did Spiritual Response Therapy and Spiritual Brain Repatterning for Bambi. Now to the miracle: BAMBI IS EATING ON HIS OWN WITHOUT HELP FROM ANYONE!!!
I thank my God for guiding me to meet Nancy and allowing Nancy to share her gifts for animal communication and healing.
Lindi Lucas and Bambi (aka Aaron von Herrschaft, CGC, TDI, RN, RA, RE, BN, CD)
Dixie & My Brother’s Neighbor, Tracy Froitzheim
…she was a train-wreck until you got her some peace!
My brother decided it was time to leave the Florida Keys. Year earlier, he rescued (with my help) two Chocolate Lab sisters Dixie & Daisy, who are now 6 years old. Their house sold and my brother began packing up everything. He called to tell me Daisy seemed fine, but maybe I should do something for Dixie. She was really stressed. I had a conversation with both dogs explaining about the sale and their up-coming move. I think given their history Dixie was very worried about losing this fabulous home of hers. The next time I spoke with my brother he said, “Whatever you did really helped Dixie.She is a different dog.” Several months later, I was emailing with one of his neighbors. I just smiled as I read, “How much you helped Dixie is amazing during the transition…she was a train-wreck until you got her some peace! I will miss them tremendously!!!!!”
Sometimes it can be just a quick conversation with a pet that can make all the difference; relieve all the anxieties and fears.
Gracie, Savannah, Sandie & Gregory Possman
What a difference!
We have done some remodeling of our home in the past, which sends our cats over the edge. They hid all day when the workers were here, and then when they came out at night, they were startled at every move we made. When we scheduled to have our windows replaced I called Nancy. I didn’t want the cats to suffer this time.
Nancy not only communicated with our cats, but offered a plan of action. The day before work started I began giving Gracie and Savannah vibrational remedies (flower essences and gem elixirs) that Nancy had prepared for them. What a difference!
Despite the loud banging, Gracie stayed on the main floor and slept in her favorite places. Although Savannah stayed upstairs, she didn’t hide in the crawl space like before. Instead she stayed in my office and ate and slept normally. Savannah didn’t even loose it when people came up to speak with me.
Now that the work is complete and the remedies are finished, they don’t jump when someone walks into the room. Savannah lets me brush her, which she never let happen before. Gregory and I and Gracie and Savannah thank you!! You are amazing, Nancy!!
OB, Harper, & Luanne DiCunto
Nancy is incredible. . . and has allowed me to be stress-free.
If you think that using an animal communicator such as Nancy Kaiser for the “Small Stuff” isn’t necessary, like when your job changes; or when your little girl, who is almost a-year-old, chews your carpet; or worse yet chews your parents dining room rug because it tastes good – You are wrong!!!!!
I started working with Nancy in April 2012 and had sessions with her and my “kids” on a bi-weekly basis at first and now when needed.
Nancy is incredible and has helped me with a new job in which I am gone for 12 hours and has allowed me to be stress-free. She has explained to both of my kids, Oliver Bean aka OB and Harper, what is going on with their new schedule. Nancy has explained to them why “Mom” needs to go to work and why they now have to stay in the kitchen for 12 hours. She has explained to them that they MUST take care of their business in the morning with no fussing around, because I will be gone all day. This is their only chance to do their business before nighttime.
I am so proud of both OB and Harper. They have become Superstars in the morning. But, I must keep in mind that they are still dogs. I know now that they understand the schedule and even though they say they are “bored” (well, that’s what they told Nancy), they understand what’s expected.
Thank you Nancy, for a stress-free work day and helping my OB and Harper get thru the day while Mom is gone.
Luanne L. DiCunto, Notary
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Frida & Karin & Henrik Schwartz – Denmark
We recommend to everyone to have such a preparation made before your beloved animal goes back to Spirit if it is possible.
We got to know Nancy because we had two West Highland Terriers; Frida 14 years and her daughter Tippe 11 years. Frida got a hole in her cornea, and our vet doctor told us that there was nothing to do about it that she was in so much pain that we had to put her to sleep. It came as a shock to us, and I contacted a friend from North Carolina who is a spiritual councilor. He immediately recommended his friend Nancy, because it was about an animal that needed help.
From the first email we received from Nancy, we felt very much taken care of. Nancy talked to Frida about what she wanted. Frida told Nancy that she was very tired (Nancy felt the pain in her eye and head.) If this was to continue, she wanted to go back to Spirit. All this happened on a Friday. So, we decided of course to follow her wish, and we would bring her to the vet doctor Monday morning.
Nancy then told Frida and also Tippe what was going to happen on Monday. It was such a great help to know that both our dogs understood what was going on and that we could be prepared as much as possible for such a goodbye. Nancy also cleared Frida with SRT so that her soul was ready to go back to Spirit Monday morning. Nancy warned us that after telling Frida that her wish to return to Spirit would occur soon and the SRT, Frida might look fresh as if she was even younger than her age. And, that was quite amazing. Frida had been sleeping most of the time for a long period. Sunday evening after the communication and SRT, she came to both of us. She wanted to be held and sit with us as if she wanted to say goodbye. And Tippe, who always tries to take her mother’s place, was just sitting and watching patiently.
It is very hard and sad to say goodbye to your dog and little friend after 14 years. But with the help we received from Nancy, we felt much more confident in the process. And Tippe has not been stressed and looking for her mother after Frida passed on, because she knew what was going to happen.
And by the way, just one hour before we went to the doctor Monday, Tippe was grooming her mother, as if she wanted to make her ready to leave for her journey.
We recommend to everyone to have such a preparation made before your beloved animal goes back to Spirit if it is possible. Thank you so much Nancy. We are so grateful for all your help and the physical distance between us was never an issue.
Nitro & Steve Acerra
The vet called him a “miracle dog.”
Nancy is a long-time, dear and wonderful friend of mine. When my 9-year-old Border Collie-Shepard mix, Nitro, suddenly became deathly ill, I called Nancy for advice.
Nitro had been vomiting up bile, which by the end of the day turned into vomiting up blood with the bile – a lot of blood. I ran him to the Vet clinic, and the vet was truly at a loss as to what was wrong. Cancer and pancreatitis were the first words out of her mouth. I was stunned! Just the day before my dog was running around in excellent health and spirits. His blood pressure was dangerously low, and he was extremely lethargic.
On physical examination, a large “mass” was found. The vet was nearly convinced it was prostate cancer and strongly suggested I put him down right then and there. I was stunned! Instead, I immediately took him home with me, since I could not imagine this as a possibility at that point.
Calling on Nancy’s vast medical knowledge and pharmaceutical background, we discussed many health concerns and options. Nitro survived the night and returned to the Vet clinic for emergency abdominal surgery on January 7th – my 39th birthday! Before leaving for the clinic, I spoke with Nancy. She prepared Nitro for his upcoming surgery communicating to him everything that would be done to him, so he knew exactly what to expect and why.
Four hours later, I was given the news that Nitro had come through surgery. The vet removed an ear of corn that was lodged in his intestine. To say I was stunned is an understatement. It had to have been there for over six weeks. I hadn’t had corn since before Thanksgiving. I called Nancy to let her know how the surgery went. Immediately, she offered to apply Color Therapy to Nitro beginning the next morning.
Nancy applied Color Therapy to Nitro twice daily while he was in the hospital along with having some “talks” with him to keep him calm and obedient in his surroundings. Originally, the vet said he would be in the hospital for at least a week, or more. Nitro was released on Tuesday, January 10, a mere three days later, after life-saving, emergency abdominal surgery. The vet called him a “miracle dog.”
Knowing Nancy as I do, I am convinced that her work with Nitro was the catalyst for his remarkable and nearly instant recovery. The vibrations and color energies that she applied helped save his life and put him on the road to this rapid recovery. As I type this, Nitro is lying by my side waging his tail. It was only five days ago that the doctor wanted to euthanize him.
Nitro and I are forever grateful to Nancy and her healing skills. She played an enormous role in saving my dog’s life.
Sunny & Michelle Yanstick
… after eleven days, the vet was amazed at how well she was doing.
I am thrilled by how much Nancy’s color therapy and remedies have helped Sunny recover from her surgery. Being an 11 year old dog, the surgeon expected her to take a full six weeks to recover from her spinal surgery. However, when we took her back to have her staples removed after eleven days, the surgeon was amazed at well she was doing.
Sunny seemed to gain her strength and energy back right away. I have no doubt that her speedy recovery is in large part due to the color therapy Nancy started on her right after she came home from the hospital. I have been giving Sunny the remedies on a daily basis as well… she really likes them! I cannot thank Nancy enough for providing these treatments for Sunny. I look forward to a happy, pain-free life for her for as long as she wants!!
Michelle and Sunny
Brodie & Jeanette & Jim Scott
I can always tell after Nancy has spoken with one of the dogs – there is a calmness around them.
We met Nancy three years ago through our good friend and vet, Dr. Tracie Glicker. She shared with us some of her experiences with her horse after sessions with Nancy.
We have seven Labradors that live with us and two that do not. Nancy has been able to keep us in touch with our boys away from home! We really started to rely on Nancy when Brodie was having issues going to shows. As a pup he had an experience with a big fluffy dog – all innocent, but scared him none the less! Nancy worked with him to gain confidence and work on his fears. She cleared Brodie with Spiritual Response Therapy and created Vibrational Remedies specifically for his current issues. We have seen a dramatic, positive change.
In March, Madison, 13 years old was diagnosed with Hemangiosarcoma – an aggressive form of cancer. Maddie was not a candidate for surgery. Maybe she had 4 weeks. We were torn as to what to do… Madison never handled medications well. Do we try chemo and possibly make her feel worse? Her quality of life was most important. We asked Nancy to see just how she was feeling and what she wanted. Maddie said that she still felt good and did not want any treatments. She was not ready to leave us just yet! Well, 16 weeks later, Maddie’s tail is still wagging!
Most recently Brodie had to have unexpected surgery. Nancy spoke with him the morning of the surgery to explain what was going to happen and to reassure him that it was necessary. After the surgery there would be no swimming for two weeks! He was reminded that he needed to behave or swimming would be delayed even longer! That got his attention. Nancy checked in with him after the surgery… he was glad that she was able to explain it to him and was relieved that it was over. A few days after the surgery, he seemed a bit off. Nancy noticed some discomfort in her stomach when she connected to Brodie. He confessed he had a wicked tummy ache – well, sure enough, one of the medications was bothering his tummy.
Nancy has had sessions with all of our dogs at one time or another, whether just to check in or for an issue. Since Labs are just such happy souls and so stoic in their manor, it is hard to tell when something is bothering them. It is great to have someone that is able to share with us what our pets experiences are. It is interesting also to see what drives some behaviors – things you just do not realize – things the animal cannot “tell” you. When Nancy helps them to understand what is going on or what to expect, I see a very calming effect as a result. I can always tell after Nancy has spoken with one of the dogs – there is a calmness around them.
We are truly blessed to have Nancy in our lives. We are forever thankful for all she has done to help our dogs through different situations and for us to better understand our “kids”.
Jeannette & Jim Scott
Luna & Carol Upton
Within 48 hours of the color therapy start time, Luna was perking up…
My 13-year old lab-husky cross Luna had a severely strained right shoulder when I agreed to try the colour therapy that Nancy Kaiser offers. Luna had been quite depressed and seriously limping, even at a walk, after a younger dog slammed into her and knocked her to the ground. I was planning to take her to the vet within a few days if it didn’t clear up. Within 48 hours of the color therapy start time, Luna was perking up, so I took her for her first off-leash walk in a week. She promptly jumped a creek instead of using the bridge like we normally do! Another 48 hours later, she was running through the woods like a young pup and playing with our other dog. There was still some tightness in her shoulder, so we decided to keep her quiet and on leash again until the therapy was completed. She is now showing no sign of favoring that shoulder and indeed, is wagging her tail, tossing her toys in the air and running across the playing fields, looking much younger than her 13 years! We are thrilled with the results of Nancy’s color therapy, which corrected physical and emotional issues by healing Luna’s entire being (physical and energy bodies), not only the trouble spots!
Carol M. Upton, Gibsons, B.C.
Simba & Jeff Fontecchio
We were so worried about our move to our new house, and you made it an effortless process!!!
When we first got to the new house, it WASN’T good! We tried to comfort Simba and his sister with a “Comfort Zone” – Feliway activator. He started walking all over with his tail uncharacteristically down. He howled and yowled and was overly uncomfortable. We tried to give him Xanax, but within 15 minutes he vomited and defecated as much as he possibly could.
We gave him your remedies and within 15 minutes he was relaxing on his favorite recliner! He was so relaxed that we started to wonder if he was okay! Then, while I was sitting on the sofa near his favorite recliner, he came over and lay down on my lap. He is definitely not a lap cat, and it’s a very special occasion if he does (usually happens like once every three months…). He did this not once, but twice (I’ve never seen that before) and grew progressively affectionate. He usually if anything just sits in a normal cat stance with me. This time he was cuddling up with me like he was the happiest he’d ever been!
Jasmine, his sister, was nervous at first, but acted like she owned the joint in no time flat!
Your communication and remedies have made an incredibly difficult and stressful situation into one of great relief. We can’t thank you enough!
Just to reiterate – you’re really a life-saver! We were so worried about our move to our new house, and you made it an effortless process!!!
Tootsie & Maggie Bishop
I am convinced the move would have been traumatic had Nancy not come to our rescue.
With my Dad’s health failing, my folks were forced to move into a retirement home. The biggest problem was Tootsie, the black Himalayan cat Dad dearly loved. Mom couldn’t handle both Dad’s decline and moving a cat to a new two-room apartment.
My two cats fought with Tootsie so my brother, who lived next door, agreed to add Tootsie to his two-cat home. Tootsie had been the only cat in her household for all of her five years.
For a few weeks after Mom and Dad moved out, I fed Tootsie and visited with her in the deserted part of my home, where they’d lived, for half an hour a day. Then I called Nancy Kaiser for help.
Telepathically she explained to Tootsie about Dad’s absence and that her choices were to move in with two other cats and my brother and his wife (long time cat lovers) or go to the pound. A few days later, Tootsie was relocated to the second floor of my brother’s house. After only a few hisses, she now rules upstairs and the other two cats have accepted her.
As far as I know, she has never even tried to enter her old cat door. I am convinced the move would have been traumatic had Nancy not come to our rescue.
Emma & Christy Tillery French
After three years of failed attempts to help Emma, all it took was talking to Nancy, who I believe is a miracle worker.
After my beloved Bradley died, I decided to adopt a Weimaraner from our local rescue group. Although I wanted a male Weim, of all the Weims available for adoption, Emma was the only one that got along with cats. Since we had a cat at that time, we chose Emma. Looking back, we were meant to share our lives with Emma. When we got her paperwork, we learned she was born the same day Boo Radley, our first Weimaraner, died. At the time, I was working on a book and had named the dog in the book Emma. Bradley curled his left upper lip under, and so did Emma.
Emma came from Chicago and we were told her former owner was a college student who kept Emma crated 23 hours out of the day. Emma had no fur on her stomach (a sign of depression) and was very timid. When we tried to play with her, she didn’t know what we were doing and would just look at us. She had been so traumatized, she ground the enamel off her teeth. During the following months in our home, Emma blossomed and became absolutely the best dog, except for one thing: separation anxiety. Although I read books and talked to veterinarians and tried everything recommended, I could not break her from going crazy when we left her. We had to either put her in the garage or back yard with our other dogs so she wouldn’t destroy our house. When we would come home, we could hear her all the way to the street, bellowing, as if in pain. After we let her inside, she would clack her teeth together for several minutes and act anxious and frustrated.
After reading Nancy’s book and learning more about her work with animals, I asked if I could interview her for the Dames of Dialogue blog. Nancy was so generous with her answers and the response we received was phenomenal. In talking with Nancy via emails, I relayed the problems with Emma and Nancy offered to clear her through SRT. And it was as simple as that. After three years of failed attempts to help Emma, all it took was talking to Nancy, who I believe is a miracle worker. When I come home now, Emma is calm and simply gives me a bright doggy smile as a welcome home. No more loud bellowing or chewing on fencing. I don’t worry about leaving her anymore, the way I used to, thanks to Nancy.
I highly recommend Nancy to anyone who has a pet with issues or simply wants to relay a message to their companion or know how they are feeling. I’m just amazed at how well she communicates with animals and how easy and simple the solution was. I can’t say enough about her great work. She is truly an amazing woman whose spiritual soul speaks to all.
Christy Tillery French
Diesel & Gloria
She used the same techniques with him for his severe thunderstorm and fireworks fears with wonderful results.
Over the years Nancy’s communication skills have been an enormous help to me and my canine and feline family. In so many situations she has put my mind at ease. For instance she would communicate with my pets before and after surgeries. Whether they were routine or complicated emergencies, it was always good to hear it from them that they were “ok” and that I should “stop worrying”.
Her abilities were very clear the time I was having my furnace replaced and my cat Mildred decided that it would be “really cool” to investigate the ducts under the house. I was so panicked when I called Nancy that I wasn’t making much sense. It is beyond words to describe my relief when Mildred came up from the furnace hole. I know this was Nancy’s doing because Mildred was the type of cat that loved to stay in dark places for hours.
Right now she is working with my Lab Diesel. He is my agility dog with tremendous drive and focus issues. Nancy has recently cleared him with SRT and started him on essence therapy and the results are starting to show. He is still in overdrive but his attention is improving. She used the same techniques with him for his severe thunderstorm and fireworks fears with wonderful results.
Thank you Nancy! I am forever grateful for all your help.
Gloria Mc Crave
Sebastian, Regis & Bobbi
She knew Regis was gravely ill. He passed away within two weeks.
I am a relatively new client of Nancy’s. We were introduced last year by my Veterinarian.
At the time my cat, Sebastian, was ill and I needed to know his wishes with regard to treatment. After Sebastian and Nancy “spoke” and knowing he had only months to live, I asked her to explain things to Sebastian’s best bud Regis.
The first thing Nancy picked up on was Regis’ negative energy level. At the time I had no idea Regis wasn’t well; he told Nancy he was hanging on for my sake. She knew Regis was gravely ill. He passed away within two weeks.
Although I was devastated to lose both Sebastian and Regis in a short period of time, Nancy helped me deal with the pain by helping my boys make an easy transition and by explaining the how and why of animal behavior to me.
I am an animal rescuer, so I always have a new animal in my home. Nancy has helped with these animals; correcting bad behavior and aiding in the treatment of one’s stomach problems. I have found her to be compassionate and her help invaluable. I recommend her services with confidence.
She very accurately described their personalities to me and helped me get messages through to them.
Nancy has been a big help with my animals over the years. She has worked with my cats, dogs, parrots, and horses. She very accurately described their personalities to me and helped me get messages through to them. Nancy has helped me understand them and their issues by relating to me what she learned by listening to them. It has been a big help in all of us getting along together and my being able to make them happy.
Valentine, Sunny, Lucy & Dale Gordon
My dogs look forward to “talks” with Nancy as much as I do.
I admit I was skeptical when I first contacted Nancy Kaiser but when she spoke of my recently departed dog and his feelings I knew it had to be the real thing….she referred to things only my dog and I would have known. Communicating with my dogs through Nancy Kaiser has forever changed my life, providing insight to the soul, the universe; it has given me peace of mind through understanding everything from the funny to the endearing to the saddest moments we share with our beloved pets. Nancy is able to feel what the animal feels physically and emotionally; she is sincere, devoted, honest and able to capture the spirit of each soul she “reads”. My dogs look forward to “talks” with Nancy as much as I do. We often do a 3-way communication so no question goes unanswered. Nancy has a gift that she shares willingly and selflessly with just the right sense of humor and reverence. I am certain you will feel the same way!
Holly & Michelle Apicelli
She has the gentlest way with animals…
Nancy… What can I say about her – she is the true meaning of the word friend. She has the gentlest way with animals and has helped these creatures through many things in their lives. For instance, Holly, my Labrador Retriever, has always been afraid of thunder and lightning, the essences and the communication has helped Holly very much. She’s really not afraid anymore.
Hans & Pam Berardi
Kindness and honesty are what she is all about.
It has been my privilege and pleasure to have Nancy Kaiser as a friend for forty years.
Nancy is a truly rare human being. Kindness and honesty are what she is all about. She truly has a special connection with animals and is able to communicate with them on many levels.
Anyone using her as an animal communicator will be truly impressed by what she is able to accomplish. It is mind boggling. I know this from personal experience, with my own animal, and that of several friends that have had the same experience with Nancy.