Anxiety is a very common problem affecting our dogs. It is the root cause of so many problem behaviours such as aggression, fears, phobias and manic behaviours. Before exploring the physical symptoms of anxiety, let's first get a better understanding of what anxiety actually is. Anxiety is essentially a fear of the future. Anxious dogs… Continue reading Physical Signs Your Anxious Dog Is In Trouble
Does your dog’s behaviour cause you stress? Does your dog turn into Cujo at the dog park? Maybe it is the opposite and your dog is over-friendly to the point that other dogs or people struggle to come up for air when your dog decides to share the love! Problem behaviours, whatever they are, do… Continue reading Fixing Your End Of The Leash
Does your dog have recurring cases of diarrhea, or perhaps this has become a more chronic condition? Perhaps you were advised the probable cause was a food intolerance or possibly IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)? These conditions are often misdiagnosed by failing to take into account the integrity of the environment surrounding the organs of the… Continue reading The Real Reason for Food Intolerances or IBD in Dogs
Taco is a year old mixed breed dog who was brought to me by her owner Emma, although in actual fact, Taco brought her owner to me. Emma has owned Taco since she was a puppy, adopting her from a local animal shelter. Taco had both behavioural (emotional) and physical problems that were causing… Continue reading Taco – The Dog Who Brought Her Owner for Therapy
Did you know that dogs often take on their owners emotional and physical issues? If your dog has a behavioural or physical problem that you can't quite get to the bottom of, have you considered that your dog may be mirroring an issue belonging to you? This case study demonstrates how Animal Energy Therapies works… Continue reading You’ll never guess the real reason this dog didn’t come into season!
I am sure you all know a completely crazy, extroverted dog who has an owner to match. Have you ever thought your emotions may be affecting your dogs behaviour?
Animal Kinesiology uses the science of muscle testing to determine physical, biochemical, emotional and energetic blockages affecting your animals health.
Tension and inflammation in the spinal muscles can cause sensation changes in a dogs limbs. In response dogs will lick and chew. Has this been confused with allergies?
This case study explains the treatment process and how energy therapies can correct issues on multiple levels, helping animal and owner.
Today a very special dog was overseeing the treatment of another dog and reminded me that sometimes less is more.....and that animals always know best.