I originally met the adorable pug Oliver through the “waves lengths” several years ago. Oliver at that point had been diagnosed with IBS/IBD (irritable bowel syndrome and irritable bowel disease) a catch all phrase for dogs with chronically loose stool. He had been to close to a dozen vets, put on many drugs, and yet he was still failing. IBS symptoms can kill dogs and Oliver's person, Priscilla, was understandably worried when she reached out to me. But through phone consultations and my recommendations, Oliver was turned around and still here today. A real IBS success story.Read More
Because I work remotely almost all of the time, a person might wonder how fun or interactive my job is. I don’t have the pleasure of meeting both people and animals face to face and in the flesh, so perhaps my work could be viewed as boring.
What people may not understand is that the distance doesn’t mean that I don’t have a strong connection or a way to get feedback so I can continue to grow as a healer.Read More
Flurry developed mast cell cancer in late 2017. A mass started on her foot and then spread all over her body. She had tumors on her feet, legs, face, head, and back and they just kept spreading. The tumors were an angry red, sensitive to touch, and rock hard. As the cancer advanced and masses got larger, Flurry became sicker and sicker. Her appetite was not strong and her energy was very low. Prednisone was started early April 2018 to attempt to get her appetite and energy to come back.Read More
It is now about three months since I first worked on Skunkles, and after a bit of a recent scare, he is relatively stable again. The sudden decline was a very revealing process for both Kaylie and myself as to how big of a role the emotions play.Read More
Skunkles story starts when his frantic owner Kaylie was referred to me and she contacted me out of shear desperation but perhaps not 100% belief in the ability of me being able to help. Skunkles has cancer and when she reached out, he was in very poor condition with a lot of pain and bleeding from the tumor on his leg.Read More