If you talk with the animals

they will talk with you

and you will know each other.


If you do not talk with them,

you will not know them.

And what you do not know you will fear.

What one fears, one destroys.


~ Chief Dan George

Animal Communications


Marilyn Tokach and I used to work together and while she was initially studying animal communication, she asked if I would like to engage her to communicate with our dog, Willow, as part of her training experience. I had little or no knowledge of this type of thing and, as you might expect, was a little skeptical but I agreed to furnish her with a photo of our dog, a description of the animal and some questions that we might like to ask if we could communicate with our dog. Awhile later she called me to her office and said that she had been in touch with Willow and began telling me what had transpired. The first answers to some of my questions, although interesting, seemed to be a little predictable. Soon, though, things started coming up and activities mentioned that Marilyn would have had no idea of; experiences that the dog and I had during our walks, etc. Marilyn then began to tell me of the spiritual nature of animals and, although I still had a hard time understanding what was happening, I was anxious to continue finding out more about our dog Willow and her sister, Gracie, who is owned by my son.

Marilyn and I had a follow up session when she got in touch with Willow again and related some information about a possible reincarnation experience. In response to Marilyn's request for further information from the dog; details that would confirm to me that this was true, Willow, through Marilyn, gave me a physical description of a distinctive landmark on the property of my boyhood home that was remarkable in its accuracy.

Marilyn and I have had a couple of other sessions, which again gave me, not only valuable and accurate information, but a great degree of satisfaction. Although the process remains a mystery to me, it continues to give me a feeling of closeness to our dog that I care for very much. I look forward to more communication with Willow through our friend, Marilyn Tokach.

Jerry and Willow, Eden Prairie, MN