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What To Expect from Animal Naturopathy

Updated: Apr 16


In the first instance, we sill have a free 15 minute conversation on the phone or video call to let you ask questions and to see if this is the right path for you. Once you are happy to proceed then the following will happen -


  1. Questionnaire and Assessment:

  • When you reach out to me, I will send out a detailed questionnaire covering various aspects of your animal's health history, dietary habits, presenting symptoms, and behavioural patterns.

  • I am also interested in your state of mind, how present you are with your pet, and to understand what influence you and the rest of the family are having on your animal companion.

  1. Therapeutic Suggestions:

  • Based on the information gathered, I will then conduct an assessment that considers not only the animal's physical health but also its emotional and energetic state.

  • I then offer a range of therapeutic options tailored to the individual needs of the animal, which may include:

  • Energetic body assessment and realignment to address energy imbalances.

  • Flower remedy suggestions that may support their emotional well-being.

  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) for releasing emotional blockages.

  • Telepathic communication with the animal to understand its perspective and address any underlying issues.

  • Dietary changes and nutritional advice to support overall health.

  • Homeopathy suggestions for specific conditions or symptoms.

  1. Treatment Plan Discussion:

  • I will then present my recommendations to you, explaining the rationale behind each suggested therapy and how it can benefit your animal.

  • Collaborate with you to decide on the most suitable combination of treatments based on their preferences and the animal's needs.

  1. Monitoring and Follow-up:

  • As mentioned, I will encourage you to keep a health diary to track any changes or improvements observed after implementing the recommended therapies.

  • Schedule follow-up appointments either after 1 week, 2 weeks, or 1 month depending on the animals needs, to assess the progress, adjust treatments if necessary, and provide ongoing support.

  • During follow-up sessions, I will review the diary entries, discuss any changes in the animal's condition, and determine the next steps in the treatment plan.

  1. Flexibility and Communication:

  • Everything I suggest are my recommendations and it is always up to you to make the final decision. I am always open to adjusting the treatment plan based on the animal's response and your feedback.

  • We will maintain open communication with each other throughout the process, addressing any concerns or questions they may have and providing guidance and support as needed.

If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact me for clarification.




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