LENS for Animals...
Dancer was a mare that hooked a 350lb harrow in her lip and drug it 1/3 of the way into her pen. She was found braced and terrified, resulting in a change in personality from confident to an anxiety ridden, disconnected, spooky horse. She also had a tumor over her right eye that was drained 4 times and finally had surgery to remove it. Other modalities have all helped: Raindrop Therapy, Equine Stress Control, chiropractic, acupuncture, massage, dental, regular vet exam, and Access Consciousness Body Processes. They have all contributed to her recovery, but problems remained. I decided to try LENS.
She started out completely shut down, and is now close to recovery. This is what her (and others) LENS treatment looks like: I told her what I was going to do, what I thought it might do for her, what it might feel like. She gave her permission to proceed. By the third site, she gave me a lick and chew (a sign of relaxation). She started to turn her head to assist in sensor placement. Her head was lower, licking and chewing, and yawning (ultimate relaxation). As her treatments progressed, her fence walking lessened, she is more responsive to her person, and is safer to ride.
Areas LENS can help your horse include various behaviors such as fence walking, show anxiety, and aggressive herd behavior.
Many horses have been helped with body pain issues with Body LENS. One owner was told her horse would never be ridden again due to a back injury, but over the course of 6 weeks her back inproved and she was gradually able to return to work. I have treated TMJ, neck pain, hip and hock pain. The Photonic Stimulator also aids in healing and can penetrate up to 8" into the body.
Mr. B. and Mr. H, French Bull Dog brothers, had a tendency to fight on occasion, which distressed their human. One treatment and they have not fought again to date!
Miss M, a Cocker Spaniel, had a tendency to be anxious, nervous, and a bit hyper. One LENS treatment and she was 40-50% better.
Clouseau, Beagle rescue: incredibly anxious, unadoptable, house toilet training absymal. One treatment anxiety down by 70%, less barking and able to get along with the cats. Toilet habits greatly improved. Second treatment allowed the fostering of a third dog to go smoothly and easily.
Shona, a feral dog until about 6 m with agression issues improved alot with each session. She is able to visit the dog park for short visits now, is less hypervigilant and and her separation anxiety is much less.
Tucker was a mostly wild cat whose owner hoped would settle some with treatment. Approaching cautiously and carefully, one treatment improved his fearful behavior by about 20%. He will, at times, cuddle with his person but is still intolerant of changes in his environment. The higher functioning the individual was before the triggering event, the higher the chances are of return to the previous levels of functioning. LENS can help with a variety of cat behaviors. However, cats are not particularly fond of LENS being done to them with the goop and attachments!
How might a session help your companion today?