With over 40 years as an animal communicator, Samantha Khury refined her telepathic and intuitive abilities to teach these skills which crossed the boundaries that once seemed impossible. Khury taps into the minds, emotions, and memories of a variety of animal species. Her work has brought clarity to trainers, veterinarians, breeders, and thousands of people with their animal companions.

Her increased understanding of interspecies communication helps to remove behaviors that are stressful for both animal and human relationships. Samantha’s animal interactions reveals information from their perceptions about past traumas and fears. This understanding can change their present behaviors.

Samantha’s clients are diverse in nature and have included:

  • The San Diego Zoo
  • San Diego Wild Animal Park
  • New York Belmont Race Track
  • 1999 World Icelandic Horse Championship in Germany (Team USA)
  • Doberman dogs on the Magnum PI Show
  • Dachshund Billy on the Ellen Show
  • Diane Sawyer’s dog, George
  • Public school system in Medford, Oregon from first grade to the Charter schools.
  • Actors, writers, directors to company CEO’s, healthcare professionals and many others.

Khury has been featured on numerous television shows such as Turning Point with Diane Sawyer, Sightings, P.M. Magazine, and Beyond Chance with Melissa Etheridge, The Regis Philbin Show, The Phil Donohue Show. Her documentary, I Talk to Animals, A Portrait of Samantha Khury, has been shown on PBS, BBC, and other European stations. She has lectured and taught extensively in the United States, Sweden, Germany and many other countries.

As a pioneer and leading authority on interspecies communication, Samantha Khury’s ability is revolutionary. Her documentary’s exposure, which has brought recognition to the field of animal communication, has taken Samantha to Juneau, Alaska, where she worked with endangered black bears, and to Ostersund, Sweden, where she collaborated with farmers re-evaluating their calving policies. In Sweden she set up an apprenticeship program to certify Animal Communicators.

At 75 years old, Samantha’s major focus is the establishment of a Center for Interspecies Communication. The Institute’s ultimate goal of peaceful existence with all species is to expand animal communication, compassion, love and to value our unique differences, be it human-to-animal or human-to-human.

Samantha Khury

Animal Communicator