If you have pets, you are probably like me. They are part of the family and their health is as important as your own. Well my daughter Miranda, who owns 2 cats and a horse is no different.
Four years ago, my daughter and I were Facebook chatting while I was on vacation in the Dominican Republic. She was very excited because she had been given a foal in exchange for some photography work. I did try to remind her that she did live in an apartment and that horses cost money; but I knew she had always wanted a horse that she could raise and put the work in right from birth. I knew I was fighting a losing battle. The horse is 4 years old and is having a few issues, probably related to the long cold winter we had.
Horses like people need a healthy gut for everything else to work properly. Everyone thinks that gas is normal, but gas is a sign that your gut is out of balance. After the winter we’ve had, it’s not surprising that Mae’s gut was a little out of sorts. Horses are grazers by nature. Their gut works best if they graze and are eating fresh hay/grass. When they eat 2 meals a day and their exercise is not as frequent (because of weather) the gut becomes unbalanced. When this happens, the bacteria in the gut is higher and can cause gastric ulcers as well as anemia , arthritis etc.
Miranda has always been diligent about taking care of her pets and diet is a huge factor with pet health. She has taught me a lot about healthy pet diets. One of the biggest things to remember is a lot of pet foods are filled with additives and grains, etc. that your pet should not be eating and that they can’t digest properly. A good healthy food usually costs more; but the animal eats less of it. Go to a pet store where they have had some education on healthy pet diets.
Because I am a good mom, I packed up my Bioresonance Machine and equipment and off I trotted to the barn to work on Mae West. Now did I mention horses scare me and I have been avoiding working on horses for years? I have always said that God has a sense of humor because my daughter is a horse fanatic, and when she was growing up I spent hours at the barn while she rode. Also, I was concerned how the horse would react because the machine is very costly. I have worked on dogs and cats with no problems. When I am working on smaller animals, they seem to understand I am there to help and once they lay on the blanket we use that is hooked up to the machine, they relax. When they are feeling better, which usually coincides with when I am just ending the session, they get fidgety.
I got the machine out and left it out for her to see, while I examined her hocks and saw they were inflamed. When I did some touch healing on her gut, I noticed it was not right (as I suspected). The great thing about working on animals is they don’t judge when I do my thing. The most difficult par; was going to be hooking up the leather straps to her hocks, but if we could only do the blanket; that would be okay as well. The treatment would just take a little longer.
Miranda let Mae work off some steam before we started. Then it was my turn. To paint a picture, Mae West is a 16.1 hand Hanoverian/Thoroughbred/Percheron Cross or as a non-horse person says.. HUGE!
I put the blanket on her and started punching frequencies into the machine to test her and see what we were up against. As the machine started, Mae did just as the dogs and cats do, she just relaxed. In fact, she fell asleep. She was calm and relaxed the whole time until as I was finishing up and double checking a few things. Then she got fidgety. When we had finished, her one hock was significantly less swollen and she seemed happier; as we all do when are stomachs are working properly. Now with a little cold/heat therapy’ cold to bring down inflammation and heat to bring the blood to the area to help heal, rest from strenuous jumping(good luck with that one Miranda) and a follow-up treatment. all is looking good.
I am very glad I stepped outside my comfort zone and into the barn. I look forward to working on more animals in the future! They deserve natural treatments just like humans.
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