Holistic care for your pet.
What is Holistic care and is it suitable for my pet?
Holistic means ‘Whole’ so in terms of treatment this suggests to treat the whole of something or someone rather than the conventional westernised treatment of simply treating a part or symptom.
I have found a tremendous advantage using a holistic care approach over the scripted conventional practice often taught through classrooms and textbooks.
There is more and more research coming out everyday from biologist, scientists, biochemists, horticulturists and researchers discovering how tissues and cells are intimately connected through previously undiscovered pathways so it makes sense that everything physical, nutritional, emotional, is connected and must be treated as one or holistically.
At Holistic Pet Therapy i treat your pet Holistically, literally from head to tail. Despite your pet have knee pain you will find me starting at your pets neck and working down through the body. Of coarse i may end up working predominantly on a certain area but i believe that the body is interconnected and works as one.
Nutritionally we would look into species specific diets and see whats right for your pet and/or if any supplements could be beneficial.
Emotionally we would look into what could be triggering your pet or how you could best support them. Very often i have found that the Human emotions are picked up by your deeply connected pet and we may need to bring awareness to that.
A general treatment lasts between 45-60mins but this is really governed by your pet. I work very intuitively by watching, listening and feeling your pet rather than just force myself onto them. Some treatments are very accepted by your pet whilst others can be so anxious or in pain that only a few minutes of hands on work can be achieved at any one time until we can build enough trust or reduce the pain to be able to do a full treatment.
Please feel free to send an email enquiry to see if Holistic Pet Therapy could be beneficial for your pet by clicking here https://holisticpettherapy.com.au/contact-holistic-pet-therapy/