Oompah is sitting comfortably now and not needing to side saddle to get her head looking up!! After looking after me through this current stressful period, Oompah deserved some much needed healing herself. Donna you were amazing, calming and so great with her and got straight to the cause of Oompahs issues (her hips!! We were just thinking it was her neck!) Oompah is now sooooo relaxed. I’ll be definitely recommending you
Here’s Oompah after a short walk after your session, out like a light, and I haven’t seen her sleep in this straight out position for ages ❤️
-- Claire & Oompah
Thanks for treating Harry today Donna. He’s a different dog this afternoon following your gentle session. His back and hips were sensitive to touch before you massaged your magic. Thanks also for the tips and recommendations to keep him on track as he hits his twilight years. For those considering taking your furry friend to Donna - you won’t be disappointed. 🐶
-- Lindsay & Harry
Well, today has been busy for the humans, but since her Bowen treatment with Donna, Diamond prefers to chillax.
It’s nice to see her ‘roach’ and sleep on her back again, a favorite greyhound sleeping state (which was getting too hard for her before her treatment).
Thank you again!! 💖🐾 and Diamond says hi and kisses!
-- Vanessa & Diamond
Vader is a seven year old Great Dane. His humans have been told he had hip issues and had been unable to find any real relief, whereas I found tension in his midback. He was short stepping with his front legs, his back legs were held stiff and his tail only moved a few centimetres to each side. After working on his hips and lower back, the tail was swinging out around 20 centimetres each side and the boy would not stop bounding around! After the treatment we checked his gait, he was a very happy boy who had a much more Great Dane walk instead of a horsey gait, he had a great turning circle due to increased flexibility in his spine and muscles, his back legs were much looser and he could sit well, instead of slowly and a little splayed. Big changes for a big boy!
-- John & Vader
24 hours post treatment for post surgery muscle spasm and general discomfort after two month of being injured. What a difference a day makes. No shaking on the injured leg and freer movement. Thank you so much Donna for you care and attention to my Sheldon. He’s smiling brighter today too. Physical and alternative therapy is just as important for animals as it is for humans. We really are grateful for what you do.
-- Gemma & Sheldon
This is before i had no idea what to do with his face-vets were unsure what was wrong with it and prescribed antibiotics so the next day it was twice as large and his eye was swollen shut and i called them again to which they said come in and we'll try something else. a few hours after seeing donna and her doing some of her hands on work with him his face was so much better!! There is still today fluid leaking out (1 day later) but i will definitely run problems by her first next time with the furry babies/old men ..love 18 year old Toby 🙂
-- Celeste & Toby
It has now been around a year since I treated Toby. His humans have let me know that these abscesses used to be a recurring issue, but he's had none since his treatment. Celeste probably would not have been as scared while looking after her parent's dog had she known they were a common issue, but this is just one of the lymphatic benefits of the work I do 🙂
Yasi is a nine year old former racing whippet, who is 14 months post FCE (spinal stroke). He suffered from paralysis in both hind limbs. Although he has regained use of his limbs and bladder control, he has an abnormal stance and is not comfortable running or walking-he is very careful about how he moves. His human had tried rehab elsewhere with no real results. Halfway through the treatment he was holding his head high again, had better control of his back legs with a completely different gait and was back in a normal whippet stance. He also went from being nervous around me to running to me at every opportunity and climbing into my lap which according to his human is very unlike him!
-- Evelyn & Cyclone Yasi
Rudy loves to follow his human around while walking and jumping on his back legs, which concerns her he may injure himself. He also has a luxating patella that his human pops back in for him. He seems in good condition all over, other than one spot on his inner back right leg that made his leg collapse. I worked on and around that spot, which led to him crying and pulling his leg away from me, and with some more work we got rid of his reactions to that spot. His human had not been aware there was any issue there, let alone a spot that when lightly palpated would cause that leg to collapse.
-- Dianne & Rudolph
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