Energy healing helps to relieve a variety of conditions in small animals: from behavioral, such as anxiety and lack of trust; to physical ones, including pain and acute illness. It’s a holistic approach; it not only addresses the physical body of your pet, but their spiritual, emotional and mental health states as well.
Energy healing is non-invasive. All animals appreciate this form of therapy and are deeply receptive to it. Because healing is not forced, it offers hope for all animals, including those who have been deeply traumatized. Energy healing has a powerful, positive influence on overall health and inevitably creates a happier, healthier, more loving pet.
Animals Recover More Quickly from Physical Issues
Acute illness, surgery, acute wounds and lameness are some of the physical problems that respond to healing energy and generate rapid improvement in all animals.
Some animals don’t respond to Lyme treatment and energy healing has been able to help them. You can read a canine testimonial about a Bichon Frise that didn’t respond to antibiotic treatment, yet energy healing was able to help him recover to his bouncy, energetic self.
Wounds Heal Faster
Energy healing is effective on many levels. By restructuring the energetic template of an area of the physical injury can heal more quickly. I’ve seen wounds from surgery, such neutering and spaying, for cats and dogs heal in half the usual time. With this type of surgery, the emotional trauma can create wounding, as well. Energy healing addresses the animal holistically and can clear, the emotional shock and grief the animal may experience, as well.
Healing also quickens recovery from surgery due to athletic injuries in dogs, for instance tibial-plateau-leveling osteotomy to stabilize the stifle after a rupture of the CCL.
Sedation and Anesthesia
With surgery comes the need to give sedation and anesthesia drugs that often leave the animal lethargic and depressed. A healing session after surgery not only speeds up the healing time of the wound, it can clear anesthesia from the system efficiently, cats and dogs, alike.
Animals can incur head injuries and suffer from a concussion. Energy healing helps this condition. For instance an owner contacted ne, her dog had been hit by a car 10 day prior. He had incurred a concussion and cervical trauma and was yelping in pain when attempting to eat and unable to drink water. During the session, the shock and terror from the incident was addressed, as well as the injuries and inflammation they caused. Following the session he “did really well,” and that evening, “He lapped up water like his old self.”
An individual contacted me after her cat had not eaten for twelve days, lost two pounds and had a veterinary diagnosis of hepatic lipidosis; a serious condition that can be life-threatening. The cat had been hospitalized for five days, then had been home for four when she had her appointment. Her physical condition was addressed during the session, along with her fear and anger. Two days after her session she returned to the vet for a re-visit. The cat was less jaundice. The vet reported her kidney values had improved, “a definite amount.” Saying her improvement was “unbelievable,” considering her present condition. The cat began to eat four days later, and her kidney values had improved further. The owner reported she was “SOOOOO different after her healing. So noticeable! Sweeter, more confident, more social, “Such a joy to behold. “
Healing Addresses Emotional and Behavioral Issues
Energy healing helps resolve behavioral problems by treating the mental and emotional states beneath the issue.
A client’s boyfriend had moved in, along with his two cats, to her house. She already had her two cats living with her. The woman contacted me, frustrated that one of the cats who had been introduced to her home had been peeing on the bed in their guest room for several months. The healing addressed the cat’s of lack of confidence, anger over her new situation, and her resistance to change. These emotions were resolved during the healing and the cat stopped peeing on the bed.
People contact me when their cat or dog is facing and end of life situation. A healing session helps people understand how their animal is feeling, so they can better understand how to help and their pet and the best choices to make.
End of Life
An owner contacted me about her family’s well-loved dog who had been diagnosed with fluid in the lungs and heart failure a month prior. The condition was managed with multiple medications, but now the pup wasn’t eating and had digestive distress. His hind end had become weak from arthritis and he was having difficulty standing. He would lay on the floor for long periods of time, not even walking to his dog bed. She shared with me that didn’t want to make a decision to put him down based on anything but his best interests; she needed help assessing what to do at this difficult time. At the end of the phone session, the dog stood up. Two weeks later, she shared her gratitude; the session had helped the dog to have more comfort and better mobility during his final days and when it had been time – she was clear.