Carnation animal communicator Joan Ranquet heads to Northwest Women's Show Friday

Animal communicator Joan Ranquet with dog Isabella. - Courtesy photo
Animal communicator Joan Ranquet with dog Isabella.
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Local animal communicator and Carnation resident Joan Ranquet will be participating in the “Girl Talk” Women’s Forum on Friday, March 1, at the Northwest Women’s Show in Seattle.

Ranquet is an author and founder of Communication with all Life University (CWALU). She works to help the average pet owner be able to “read their pet” better.

Through private sessions, workshops, teleseminars and speaking events, Ranquet facilitates a deepening of the human/animal connection. She was chosen by MSN as one of the “Top 25 People Who Do What They Love”. Her newest book, “Energy Healing for Animals, Techniques to Enhance the Health, Longevity & Happiness of the Animals We Love” will be also be out this year.

You can learn more about her work at al-niversity/

Joan has been nominated into the top 5 Favorite Animal Communicators on’s 2013 Readers’ Choice Awards.


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