Joan Ranquet has been in independent practice as an animal communicator and energy healer for several years. She is also the author of ‚ÄúCommunication with all Life, Revelations of an Animal Communicator‚ÄĚ published by Hay House. Please scroll down to see Joan’s featured newspaper articles.
MSN: 25 people who do what they love
“Every day I get to consult with people and their animals. I connect telepathically with the animal and figure out what is going on for the pet, behaviorally, emotionally or physically. Every day is very different. A couple of days a week I’m on the phone connecting with people and their animals over the phone via pictures of their animal(s). Other days I’m in people’s homes or in barn aisles talking to horses.” – Joan Ranquet
Press Release: Pet Psychic Joan Ranquet Helps Humans Unlock the Benefits of Animal Communication through Best-Selling Book and Guided Meditation CD
As an animal communicator and pet psychic, Joan Ranquet has helped thousands of people and animals deepen their connections with each other, resolve behavioral problems, examine issues surrounding illnesses and accidents, and assist in the grieving process of death. Those experiences are the basis of Communication with all Life, a best-selling book that provides readers with the tools and knowledge necessary for them to strengthen the bond with their animal companions.
Equine Wellness Magazine: EFT for horses
Shakespeare was the first of many, many horses (and dogs and cats) that I have tapped on directly. I have also taught others to tap on animals through classes or specific instructions during a phone session.
Orange County Register: Fat pets often share homes with overweight owners
But what if Fido and Fluffy really are lonely? What if they really are sad? Joan Ranquet, animal communicator (yes, it‚Äôs a job) and author of ‚ÄúCommunication With All Life,‚ÄĚ is the person I turned to, thinking she would tell me about how the animals tell her they are distraught over our absence.
The Hollywood Reporter: Pet Helpers – The Secret Life of the 1 Percent Pet (PDF)
Pet psychics, or communicators, can specialize in “pet whispering” (i.e., changing behavior) or can bridge the divide between an owner and a dead pet. Joan Ranquet, a former Laguna Hills resident who lives in Seattle but travels to L.A. frequently, primarily does behavioral work.
Horse & Country: Psychic helps rescue pony from 70ft ravine
Gemma, a Fjord horse, had been missing for more than a day when her distraught owner got in touch with Joan Ranquet, a pet psychic.¬†After looking at a picture of Gemma, Joan claims she was able to telepathically connect with the four-year-old, who had a history of escaping. Joan said that she sensed that the horse was in a small enclosed place, where there was a sound of rushing water.
Kiro TV CBS Affiliate:¬†Searchers credit pet psychic for Redmond pony rescue
A pony that had been missing for more than a day was rescued Monday, and searchers credit an animal communicator for saving her.
The Seattle Times: Horse stuck in ravine rescued through ‚Äėtelepathy‚Äô
Officials executed a difficult horse rescue on Tuesday, lifting an 800-pound Norwegian fjord out of a deep Redmond ravine without any injuries. But the most incredible part, says the stable‚Äôs owner, is how caretakers found the horse ‚ÄĒ with the help of a telepathic animal communicator
The Examiner: Horse rescued in Redmond, Wash. after falling 70 feet down ravine
A Norwegian Fjord horse who had been missing for several days in Redmond, Wash. was successfully rescued today by the Washington State Animal Response Team. According to the Redmond Reporter, the horse was rescued after 12 hours of work from crews with eight different agencies. The search was aided by an animal communicator who helped determine the horse’s location. KIRO 7 News reported that animal communicator Joan Ranquet was integral to the search for the missing horse, named Gemma.
Q13Fox:¬†Stuck horse rescued through ‚Äėtelepathy‚Äô
The rescue of an¬†800-pound horse¬†stuck in¬†a deep Redmond ravine is being credited to a horse communicator who says she helped locate the animal through telepathy. The horse‚Äôs owner [said]¬†caretakers searched for hours¬†before contacting acclaimed horse communicator Joan Ranquet Monday night. Ranquet was able to communicate with the horse via telepathy and realized she was in a tight space near shrubbery and could hear traffic and water.
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PRWeb: Walking The Extraordinary Path To Animal Communication
For thousands of pet owners, Joan Ranquet is the ‚ÄúElvis Presley‚ÄĚ of Animal Communicators. She believes that the ability to fundamentally communicate with animals is not just a gift, but is also a skill that anyone can eventually learn. Ranquet is certain of this because she has been teaching this incredible skill to pet owners around the world for years.
PRWeb: A Rare Glimpse Into The Life Of An Animal Communicator
By tuning in telepathically, Joan Ranquet has helped thousands of people and animals deepen their connections with each other, resolve behavioral problems, assist in the process of death and dying, and examine issues surrounding illness and accidents.
Boyton Forum: Animal Communicator to teach two-day workshop¬†(PDF)
Ranquet said she believes that pet owners subconsciously tune in to their pets, but may not realize it and she gives seminars designed to enhance communication between pet and owner.¬†
Las Vegas Review-Journal: Psychic ‘hears’ pets’ unspoken messages
A floppy, oversized tongue sprung from Bruno’s mouth as the shepherd-basset mix strutted on squatty legs over to his foster mom. But the 5-year-old pup’s “everything’s cool, dude” attitude is just a front — at least according to Joan Ranquet, a pet psychic of sorts.
Vox Magazine: An evening with an animal communicator
If you‚Äôve ever wondered why your dog won‚Äôt stay off the couch or away from your best leather shoes, animal communicator Joan Ranquet offers an explanation: It might actually be your fault.
Columbia Missourian: Animal communicator visits Stephens College
Joan Ranquet, an animal communicator, visited Stephens College Equestrian Department and helped the communication between horses and people.
Columbia Daily Tribune: Animal communicator visits Stephens College
Columbia residents will have a chance to learn more about animal behavior from self-described animal communicator Joan Ranquet.
Sun Sentinel News: Animal Instinct
A Pet Psychic Helps Raise Money For Rescues In The Gulf Coast Hurricane Zones. Kramer longs to make friends with his neighbors, but he’s worried about not being accepted. He wants to spend more time with his family, but he feels neglected.Kramer unloaded his issues during a rap session this week while he sat between Fort Lauderdale resident J.R. Steele and counselor Joan Ranquet. His eyes darted between the two women as they discussed his emotional state.
Gina McKnight Interview Series: Famous People From Around the World
Joan is an Animal Communicator and author of Communication with all Life, Revelations of an Animal Communicator (Hay House). She is the founder of Communication with all Life University. Through private sessions, workshops, teleseminars and speaking events, Joan facilitates a deepening of the human/animal connection.
Stephens College: Communicating with Animals
In early April, Stephens welcomed back to campus Joan Ranquet ‚Äô82, an internationally renowned animal communicator and best-selling author of ‚ÄúCommunication with All Life, Revelations of an Animal Communicator.‚ÄĚ Radio interview with Joan included at the end of the article.
Also, Joan has been featured in below publications, including the National Enquirer, as an Animal Communication Specialist.
- MSN Careers – #18
- Wellington Forum (Florida)
- United Animal Nations (Katrina)
- Boca Raton News
- Palm Beach Post
- Canyon Courier (Colorado)
- Steamboat Today News
- King 5 – Seattle
- MSNBC – Page 1,2,3,4
- Los Angeles Times
Joan Ranquet’s Published Articles
A woman called me for a phone session about her horse. We‚Äôll call her Nancy. We had a lovely session, funny, enlightening, hopefully helpful. A few weeks later, Nancy e-mailed...