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"Hey Susie, I am back home after a few days away. I wanted to let you know Leilani is doing great. She does not have the lost expression, hard look/eyes anymore. Instead she looks eager, interested, comfortable, and she does seem more assertive, but not bitchy. She is asking for scratches, she seems so much calmer and not agitated, even with the strong wind we’ve been having . . . I am so grateful! It’s hard to believe. I hesitated letting you know because I wanted to wait longer. But it’s so obvious." (Vittoria)
"I am so grateful for you! Denali looks amazing. She actually ran up a hill this morning which was unbelievable. She’s still slow and very careful but her shift has been nothing short of extraordinary! She’s also so engaged and present. I know I’m gonna want you to talk to all my animals at some point!" (Vittoria)
"Hi Susie, Just a note with good news about Banjo. He is doing really well. His walking has really improved and he is really energetic and moving around so much more. He is the best that he has been in about 18 months. I am just so happy to see him doing so well and so much more comfortable. Thank you!!!!!" (Denise)
"Hi Susie, Boogey’s session with you has definitely had a big impact on all levels. He feels lighter, happier, more stable in the hind, and overall more comfortable in his body. He still has some roaching in his back yet he has been bouncing around like a puppy. Our family is very grateful! 💜" (Erica)
"Would you mind helping Oz again? Whatever you did helped tremendously!!! He is running, chasing his ball and hiking. I have changed his diet to more that of a natural one. Pumpkin and wet food with some kibble. His tummy is constantly rumbling and I am not sure if this is his intestines or just his hunger due to new food. Thank you!!!" (Sarah)
After more healing work . . .
"You are so amazing. He did not feel well at all yesterday. Very lethargic and did not want to eat. He woke up this morning and ran around the yard and ate breakfast. We are planning on doing a nice hike with some of his friends later this afternoon. I did notice that his belly was not making some very bad sounds this morning." (Sarah)
(This dog had eaten a bone that "shattered" in his intestines. Ultimately the damage was irreparable.)