What is Animal Welfare

Animal welfare is making sure your animals are well fed, watered, comfortable and happy. Here, I'm primarily concerned about the animal's happiness. Happy animals are healthy and productive animals.

Yes, energy therapy works on pets and livestock and it works surprisingly well. Our pets have the same spectrum of feelings that we have. Though they are on a simpler level, they clearly feel sadness, fear, love, joy, fun anger and even indifference.

Some pets can be empaths and some are able to see ghosts while their masters wonder why the dog is barking at the living room wall. Some dogs just seem to know when their master is coming home. 

Pets have less complicated baggage than most people and this is why they respond so readily.

Pets love us dearly and in their love and sympathy they can take on our illnesses.

This actually makes the illness lighter for us. It is common that when the master gets sick, so does the pet. 

I have seen a few cats being diagnosed with diabetes just a few weeks after their master was thus diagnosed.

I have seen arthritic dogs with arthritic masters. Nasty people tend to have nasty pets. One of the signs of a sociopath or narcissist is a lack of affection for their pets.

The way we do energy therapy on pets is through simple surrogate work.    

Case histories:

Dog, 6 months old, knew nothing but a 3 foot chain. She was outside tied to a tree in both rain and shine. Being fed was a hit or miss and often she suffered most of the day without water.

She was afraid of her own shadow and had patches of fur missing on her back and top of her head. She really looked terrible. There was some discussion to put her down. But she was adopted from a dog rescue by owners that understood how to do Inner Influencing surrogate work.

The owners treated her for feelings of neglect, abandonment and not being wanted. She was treated for feelings of fear, powerlessness and despair. She wanted to be owned and loved by somebody, she craved freedom from her chain.

The next day after the surrogate work, her attitude was completely different and the patches of missing fur remarkably were already half filled in. She is now a happy, playful and loving dog.

Dachshund, 3 years old, he had lived with 3 prior owners, he lived isolated, neglected also on a short chain his entire life. He had an attitude, grumpy, ill tempered and had bitten 4 people, 2 of which required emergency room visits.

There is evidence of severe beatings as he aggressively freaked out at the sight of a belt. He had serious trust issues. He seemed to expect the worst whenever people were around him.

The new owners were aware of his attitude but wanted the challenge and to see the dog become loved and appreciated. The lady knew how to do Inner Influencing surrogate work and began working on him before he arrived.

When he arrived he had to be kept on a chain because he was unusually aggressive toward the other pets and his new owners. He was treated for the trauma of the beatings, neglect, lack of love and support.

He was treated for feelings of not belonging and being unwanted. He was treated for feeling unworthy of love and affection.

He was also “stared down” during this time to show him who was boss as he was showing strong tendencies to be the head of the pack. You should never allow a dog to be your pack leader, this will always lead to unpleasantness, you are the boss here.

After 3 days he was carefully allowed off of his chain. He was now much friendlier.

He showed submission by rolling over to get his tummy rubbed.

He began to play for the first time in his life with his new yard mates. His attitude changed wonderfully.

He will no longer be imprisoned on a chain. At first walking around the block was almost too arduous for him. He would have to rest every few yards.

Now he can wander freely in a yard and loves going for walks with his new owners every morning.

He still as a lot to learn due to living in isolation his entire life, but he is now happy for the first time.

Surrogate work also is good for plants. Plants also respond, but on a much slower level. But you also have to take into account the soil the plants are in. No matter how much love you give a plant if the soil is sick,  the plant will not respond.

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