Meet Susan Deren, Animal Communicator

We all talk to our animals, but have you ever wondered what it would be like to hear them answer back? Meet Susan Deren, the lady who can hear what your pets have to say. Susan Deren has over 19 years experience as an Animal Communicator and Psychic Medium. Her abilities have been featured on ABC-TV’s Boston affiliate station WCVB-TV’s CHRONICLE, an evening news magazine program aired throughout New England. She has also appeared in Boston Herald, Boston Magazine, Eagle Tribune, Haverhill Gazette, and Horse Show Wire E-Magazine. From

Susan has over 30 years of experience working with animals. Her experience with canines began at the age of 15. Her father, who trained Military Police dogs in World War II, taught her the behavior techniques he utilized.

Susan rode horses throughout her teens. Soon, she began to realize that she could sense and feel what horses and other animals were experiencing physically, mentally, and emotionally. At first, she hesitated to pass on this information to others. By her early twenties, she had developed the confidence to share the information she was receiving with animal owners and they began to verify the information she received was correct.

Over the years, she has personally been the proud owner of a horse, various cats, dogs, hamsters, birds, rabbits and chickens. At the age of 10, she taught her dog how to count and would often do performances for the neighbors. When she was 18, she was able to ride her horse without a bridle. Apparently, her animal communication abilities started at a very young age.

Decades later, she would leave the professional world as a Licensed Insurance Agent to utilize her intuition to assist animals and humans full time as an Animal Communicator and Psychic Medium. Many of her clients, both human and animal, are very grateful she made that choice.

Susan offers Animal Readings, Psychic Readings for people, Medium Readings, and Animal Medium Readings by phone, Skype, or in person. She is located in Haverhill Massachusetts, near the New Hampshire border, approximately 40 miles from Boston Massachusetts. To learn more, please visit her at

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by Staff