A wild bird was found alongside an open sewer by a traveling photographer. The bird was injured and unable to fly and was brought to me for treatment.
After 2 months of care, the bird flew to freedom.
While working with a veterinarian in Mykonos, Delos was brought in. He was a Three-month old puppy, who could not walk properly.
Today, Delos is a bundle of pure joy who bounds across yards and up hills.
Prisca was a horse, who at the age of 27 had developed terrible problems in her legs. She was going to be put to sleep.
After healing treatments, a careful exercise program, and special horseshoes designed by a farrier, Prisca prospered for an additional 3 years
Zan was a skinny Greek cat from Mykonos. He survived on leftovers and drank water from the swimming pools. Like all stray cats, he was at risk of being poisoned or run over by a car at the end of the summer season. As a result of the neglect, he was asocial and violent
Now Zan is a happy, healthy, balanced cat.
When I was at a stable to treat a horse it was brought to my attention that there was a cat who had eyes oozing with herpes that was causing her to go blind.
Today, the cat is a wild, healthy princess.
Pasquale was a case from Caserta in Southern Italy. He was going to be put down, because he was in such a desperate state.
This is Pasquale today. He is proof of how a dying animal can flourish. His protocol included veterinary treatment, flower remedies, and energy work that released the physical and emotional trauma from his body.2
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My method is always different, depending on what is happening with the animal. If it is possible, I go to the home. Home territory is very important to an animal, and it allows me to get a lot of information.
I observe the animal, connect with them, and in this way, and from what the owner has told me, I learn what needs to be healed. A lot of it is about timing. There is a way of holding a space and waiting, and then what is needed shows itself.
My treatments utilize flower essences, herbal poultices, and hands-on healing. Often, I work as well with a veterinarian who combines traditional medicine with homeopathy.
Sometimes, I guide owners to make adjustments in their relationships with the animals. Animals are here to help and serve their owners, so small things that we do can have large effects on our animals’ health and balance.