"Our animal communicator, Crystal Ashley, helped me out of a very tough situation. One of our horses, named Justice, was terrorizing the rest of the herd, by biting and kicking them. This was something that had started suddenly; the horse had been in the herd for years.
"I told Crystal my dilemma with this, and that I needed this horse to stop the behavior right away, as the injuries were upsetting the Veterans that worked with these other (therapy) horses.
"Crystal made communication with the horse to find out the reason why his behavior had changed. When she contacted me, she let me know what she had found out: She explained how I needed to let this horse know exactly what day he would be going home to his new owner (a Veteran whose life had been saved by not committing suicide because of working with this horse.)
"The horse had been very confused, since this Veteran had not been in contact with the horse for a couple of months. Per Crystal's advice, I verbally talked to the horse and gave him the date of when he would be going to live with his Veteran. I continued to let the horse know how many days as we counted down, until the move to his new home.
"The very same day that I had this conversation with the horse, he stopped kicking and biting the other horses. I was amazed at the immediate change in his behavior. He never did it again.
"I want to thank Crystal for the great service that she provided to our program. Justice is doing just fine in his new home now.
Animal communication is clearly a very good tool to use for many situations."