Healing is not a substitute for veterinary intervention. I adhere to the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 and therefore do not offer medical diagnoses or advise on any form of veterinary treatment for your pet. If an animal is unwell or is injured, the guardian must ensure that the animal is seen by a Vet and obtain their permission for healing before I see them.
I always meet with pets and their guardians in their home to minimise stress to the animal, this also provides an opportunity to see them in their usual environment. A comprehensive initial assessment is carried out during the first contact, this takes at least an hour but can take longer depending on the pet and the nature of the concern.
I can offer suggestions on improving your pet’s health and well-being in the following ways:
- guide you through pet self-selection of foods
- advise on how to read the contents of commercial pet foods
- explain how your pet would eat in their natural environment and the benefits of mimicking their natural eating behaviours
- advise on safe and unsafe foods for your pet
- demonstrate how to make healthy pet treats
- offer suggestions on improving their environment
- discuss messages your pet may be trying to tell you
- offer signposting to other services where recommended
Part of my role in assisting animals back to health includes a healing for the animal and their guardian following the pet’s assessment, I recommend a quiet space in which to conduct the session(s).