Communicating With Pets On The Other Side

Table of Contents

Introduction to Pet Afterlife

For most of us who have pets, they are part of our family, and we grieve their loss in the same way as we do for other family members. We often wonder where our pets go when they die. Our grief deepens because our last memory of them may be that we had to put them to sleep. This can be heartbreaking.

But like people, when they die, pets go to an afterlife and live with people who care for them. At the same time, they can visit with us regularly and still consider themselves part of the family.

The Role of Psychic Mediums

It is a fact that animals have souls and they can be communicated with by a psychic medium who possesses the ability to do so. For myself, I hear the thoughts of deceased pets in the same way that I hear people.

I have found that pets do their utmost to come through to me for their families. Like people, they share their memories with me, and it’s amazing. I would like to talk about a few of these animal communications I have had with pets in the afterlife.

Examples of Pet Communications

I had just finished a reading for a man to communicate with his wife who had passed away. He was getting ready to leave and he asked me if I would call his niece, as she just had to have her dog put to sleep and was feeling very badly. The young girl was fifteen years old at the time. I said to my client, “Sure, I will give her a call.” My client did not give me the name of the dog, and neither did his niece when I called her.

Right away, I connected with her dog, even though I did not know his name, at least at first. I gave her some messages from the dog, which she was happy with. All at once, I said to her, “Don’t worry, Paulie is okay.” I thought she was going to jump right through the phone with pure excitement.

She said to me, “You said his name, you said his name.” That information came through from my guide, from the dog himself, who wanted to offer her comfort. This young girl was so happy and so relieved.

Another time, I was talking on the phone to a woman who had recently had her dog put to sleep and was very upset. I was lying in bed talking to her when I decided I would try and call the dog to come to talk to me. The dog’s name was Mia. I said in my thoughts to the dog, “Come here, Mia. Here, Mia. Come here, Mia.” All at once, I saw her coming out of a lake where she had been playing, holding sticks in her mouth.

I told the woman on the phone what I was seeing, and she said, “We live down by a lake and she always used to play in the lake and bring back sticks in her mouth.” She was thrilled that her beloved Mia was okay and still doing her favorite activity. It makes me smile to think about it.

In this story, a family had to have their dog put to sleep. The vet was going to come to the house to do so. I told the woman that after the dog was put down, I would try and connect with him in a few days. She said, “Alright.” I decided that I would try and reach him a few hours after he had been put to sleep.

I called him by saying, “Nixon, are you around? Nixon? Come here, Nixon.” All at once, I saw him in front of me and I asked him if he had a message for his family. He showed me himself dragging a piece of pizza out of a pizza box. I said I would tell his family. I asked him if there was another message for his family. He showed me holding a squishy ball in his mouth. I tried to take it out of his mouth and I could physically feel the ball and tell it was soft. He wouldn’t let it go, and I said, “Okay, dear, you keep it.”

Within a couple of minutes, I texted his mom and she sent me back a photo of him taken on the day they had him put to sleep holding that same ball in his mouth. When I told her about the pizza, she told her husband, who said, “I had that dog for thirteen years and in all that time, that was his favorite food to share with me.”

He was amazed and happy to hear that. Finally, Nixon showed me himself jumping up and down and turning in circles. Before he died, he was unable to walk and had to be carried outside to go to the bathroom. Now he was jumping up and down with happiness.


Never worry about your pets in the afterlife; they are happy, healthy, and well taken care of while they wait for you.

Love and blessings from your pets.

Written by Lynda Flagler – Physical Medium