About Donna

** Donna was recently featured on Karen Tates radio show Conversations to Re-Shape Our Worldcheck it out here! **

Professional Animal Communicator and certified homeopath, Donna Lozito has and eclectic background. For twenty years, Donna worked in corporate America so the she could support her horse, Sweet Dreams. When Sweet Dreams fell ill, Donna was inspired to study holistic approaches to wellness. It was her horse who taught Donna how to talk to the animals. She has been practicing animal communication since 1994.

One of her life goals is to help people reconnect with their innate ability to communicate without language, an ability that everyone possesses but has simply forgotten how to use. Our present day culture has inhibited our ability to listen to what other species might be trying to convey.

Donna now lives in Arizona, where she teaches and works with clients around the world, as well as domestic and wild animals.

As the first in her field to introduce this topic to children, Donna wrote a children’s book entitled Sweet Dreams: The Talking Horse from Brooklyn that explores animal communication and friendship. This book explains to children the importance of understanding how animals think and feel, cultivating a sense of respect for all beings and all of nature.

She has made appearances on:

  • Good Day New York
  • Good Morning New York
  • International Radio in England, and other international news programs
  • The Sally Jessie Raphael Show
  • Animal Planet
  • The Howard Stern Show

Donna has been mentioned in the following publications:

  • 2000 – Natural Horse Magazine (Vol. 2, Issue 8)
  • 2001 – The New York Times
  • 2004 – The Holistic Horse (Vol. 10, Issue 37)
  • 2005 – Brutus Magazine (a Japanese magazine devoted to pop culture, lifestyles, and culture in Tokyo)
  • 2011 – Healthy Medicine Radio with Dr. Robert Zieve
  • 2016 – Natural Horse Magazine (April/May/June edition)
  • 2018 – Soul Dog by Elena Mannes
  • 2018 – Prescott Daily Courier (October 2018) “Mental communication a natural for our animals”