And this process seems to have paid off. Zeimet has helped many owners with various issues. Everything from helping animal rescues determine a dog's background to assisting owners in picking a name to curbing everyday behavioral issues and providing support when the "rainbow bridge" is fast approaching.
A common everyday occurrence Zeimet deals with is potty-training. She tells us of a time when a woman called her and was too sick to take her dog outside, so she set up wee-wee pads throughout her home. But the pooch just wasn't having it and was taking her peeing elsewhere, meaning everywhere in the home except the pads. Zeimet took over. "I explained to the dog telepathically what her person wants from her," she says. "After the call, she told me 'ever since I talked to you she is peeing on her wee-wee pad.'"
As she has gained more experience, Zeimet learned a thing or two about other behavioral issues. She discovered that when a dog - or other pet - is "acting out," it is often because the animal is mirroring his owner's behavior. If a person has anxiety, it often transfers to a pet, or if someone is really angry, his dog can become aggressive.