How you can help them with complementary therapies, remedies & one-to-one communication

We take our animals to our hearts, feed them, play with them, give them a good home and do anything else they enjoy. They love us unconditionally and want to please us. But what if your cat starts urinating on your sofa? Your dog starts barking day and night at seemingly nothing and the neighbours start complaining. Your beautiful horse you’ve ridden for years suddenly spins for no reason and keeps throwing you? Why are they doing this? It becomes a real problem and if it continues you begin to talk about finding your beloved animal another home ~ you’re struggling to cope. Nothing you try doing to change their behaviour works. And it’s getting worse. How do you deal with this almost impossible situation? There is always a reason behind behavioural issues in animals who have previously been well-behaved and a pleasure to live with. That cat could be demanding more attention. That dog could also be doing the same thing. Your horse  may have an eye problem. Or there could be many other reasons. Working out what’s behind this behaviour and then dealing with it appropriately isn’t always straightforward, easy or quick to resolve.Using a combination of animal telepathy/communication and healing really does get to the real underlying problems and so dealing with them is quick and accurate.

Complementary therapies are a safe and effective way to work alongside any treatment recommended by your Vet. Maybe your cat is having one minor illness after another. Or mopes around and is listless.Your cat is behaving differently. Of course you take it to the Vet for check-ups, but over a period of time things don’t improve that much. You wonder if it’s her/his time to ‘leave’. You worry about what else you might do to improve their health ~ vitamins? Herbal Essences? Dietary changes?  Your dog might be getting bald patches on his coat and is scratching incessantly, but he doesn’t have fleas, so what’s causing it?  The condition goes on and on and makes him miserable and upsets the family too. Then other little things perhaps start to happen. Your Vet will give him/her a check-up, possibly a course of anti-biotics or other medication. These help, of course but maybe later you may notice other little things not quite right with your pet because now you’re watching for signs of unwellness. Horses can be particularly complex to deal with, especially if previous ownership isn’t known. Traumatic situations and physical injury in your horse’s past is often hard to detect. I know of one owner who recently went to several specialists before finding out the main problem. Of course, there are other animals/pets in your life apart from companion ones and horses that can be helped with therapies ~ your child’s rabbit, guinea pig or hamster perhaps. A snake, or a pet Tarantula. A parrot or budgie maybe. Getting to the root cause of the problems using healing is often very helpful.
Any animal, regardless of its injury or illness, can greatly benefit from healing whilst waiting for treatment and it often also helps accelerate the natural healing process afterwards. Post-operative therapy has been known to aid a quicker recovery from anaesthetics.

Thank goodness for the wonderful charities that rescue and re-home unwanted and ill-treated animals. The work they do and the dedicated teams working tirelessly to give all the animals in their care a new start in life is a joy to any animal lover. Working with such animals at a very deep level requires many skills and a lot of understanding and patience. They are very confused and unhappy. Often unapproachable. Hands-on healing combined with remote healing is particularly effective in cases like this.

Many humans have regular complementary health treatments as a preventative measure against ill-health problems that might arise due to perhaps hereditary situations or past health or emotional problems. Animals are no exception to benefit in this way. Many therapies enhance their relaxation, boost their immune system, ease stress, and aid good sleep patterns ~ all of which make for a contended and healthy pet.

All living things, humans, animals, plants, trees, shooting stars etc have an energy field. Animals have chakras and meridians and auras. Like us, these energy centres can become unbalanced and if neglected or undetected cause illness. So using healing methods that address any imbalances within their bodies/energy field will help improve their condition. Animals are often very sensitive to receiving healing and will just get up and walk off after the start of a session or have a strong reaction to their first experience of some healing treatments. In this case remote/absent healing, with of course permissions from the owner and Vet, is very useful and often more beneficial than hands-on methods. Being able to ‘communicate’ with the animal in your care is being able to get to the root of any problem, behavioural or ill-health, as you can find out a lot of ‘hidden’ problems you may not be able to diagnose with traditional methods. The animal loves this, as it’s the first time a human’s been able to ‘talk’ to them this way. I’ve also developed the method of x-ray vision ~ being able to look inside an animal’s body to seek out the areas of healing needed. I also ‘scan’ the energy field fully to back up any findings.

I’m grateful to the following clients for permission to use their comments. Full case study details are available.

Hallo Carole Ann, Just to let you know that Mikito has sailed through his operation this time. The surgeon says the joint is now very stable, so there shouldn’t be any more trouble with it. Mikito himself is bright, eating well (none of the sickness he had with previous anaesthetics) and is putting his mended leg on the ground 99% of the time. It’s so different from the previous operations. I put it all down to the crystal healing. It has been wonderful to watch. Many thanks for your kind help with him. He was such a sorry little dog before the first healing session and he hasn’t stopped improving since then. I am so grateful. Gloria,Hawkinge.

I first met Carole through my husband, who is an equine dentist. He got talking about my horse who I’d  been having problems with for about 12 months. Royal is a 15.1hh Leopard Spotted Appaloosa and I’ve owned him for 8 years. Prior to the last 12 months I’ve had no problems from him whatsoever. Then for no apparent reason every now and then when we were out hacking or in the school, he would spin very sharply to the right. I did all the usual things - teeth checked again, however he got far worse when someone else rode him or when he was without his field mate Kizzie. This was a real problem as having medical problems myself felt I should sell him, however wasn’t willing to sell him on with his problems. To cut a long story short I emailed his photo to Carole & within a couple of weeks his behaviour had changed. For the first time he would come and greet me at the gate.He has always been a very loving, responsive horse but I always had to go to him. After  a couple of hands on sessions Carole said that she was getting a pain down the right side of her face and felt that this was where the main problem was, but particularly his eye. Royal’s body language when the healing sessions were taking place was incredible. He was very relaxed and licking and chewing the whole time.The result of what she said was that I called out the Vet who diagnosed a cataract in the right eye which was causing the problems on his right side. Because a horse has peripheral vision the cataract meant he felt unsafe. The prognosis is not good as Appaloosas are very prone to cataracts and moon blindness, so therefore he will now be retired and enjoy a peaceful life with his only love, Kizzie. Sarah xxx .Deal.

Over the years my ‘human’ clients have asked if I’ll help their animals to improve their health, try and sort out what the underlying problem is with unacceptable behaviour, ‘ease’ the last moments of their lives here on earth, find missing pets, and generally give practical advice with problems. I gladly do so whenever I can and make no charge for this. I work strictly within the guidelines in the Veterinary Surgeon’s Act of 1966 & ask clients and their Vets whenever possible to discuss any treatments I recommend. More and more people are accepting that complementary health approaches are a valid and effective way to help an animal that’s unwell.

I hope this blog it will encourage more animal lovers to look at other possibilities in making their animal’s worlds an even better place to live in.