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. The British Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons accepts hands on and distance healing for animals and does not require an animal is seen by a Vet before healing is given. However, healing is not a substitute for veterinary intervention and an unwell or injured animal must be seen by a Vet before I see them.
I prefer to meet pets and their guardians in their home for the initial assessment as this minimises stress to the animal and provides an opportunity to see them in their usual environment. I take time with you to discuss any concerns or challenges you may have and offer suggestions on your pet’s health and well-being in the following ways:
- Identify triggers that could be causing distress
- Relaxation techniques to promote calmness
- Explore and seek solutions for anti-social behaviours
- Help to find ways to reduce pain and discomfort for your pet
- Use diet to assist management of anal gland problems, itchy skin, musculoskeletal problems, obesity etc.
- Aid in recovery and maintain optimal health
- Advise on safe and unsafe foods
- Offer guidance on reading the contents of commercial pet foods
- Demonstrate how to make healthy pet treats
- Explain how your pet would eat in their natural environment and the benefits of mimicking their natural eating behaviours
- Offer suggestions on improving their environment
- Discuss messages your pet may be trying to communicate to 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).
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