We offer all the same wonderful services for your animal companions as we do for YOU! Just like humans, animals feel emotions. Your pets suffer from all the same stressors and challenges that cause you to feel anxiety and stress .... moving to a new home or family, introduction of a new pet or family member, fear of thunderstorms or fireworks, learning new skills, the loss of a companion or loved one ... insecurity and loneliness. Stress and anxiety in an animal can cause annoying or destructive behaviours, loss of appetite or sleep, whining or barking, vices, neediness, and separation anxiety
One of the most important things you can do for your pets is to take steps to ensure their emotional health. Emotional wellbeing is as important as physical health. It is particularly important if you want your pet to be well behaved and free of health issues. Bad behavior and many health issues result from emotional imbalances and unhappiness
Dogs and horses are social animals. They live within groups and learn from one another. All social animals have more evolved or complex emotions because they must bond with one another in order to care for each other, depend on one another, trust each other, and work together to ensure their survival
So, when you bring a pet into your life to love and care for it, the animal will quickly learn about emotions and interaction from you. That means if you aren't in balance, your pet won't be either. Learn more ....
That's why we can help! We offer safe, gentle, effective living flower essence fusions especially created for animals!
Science has verified that animals feel all the same emotions that people feel! Research has identified the limbic region as the 'feeling' and sensory part of the brain. All mammals possess a limbic brain. But, the 'feeling' part also extends far beyond the brain
We now understand that every CELL is also imbued with 'feeling' and releases neuropeptides in response to the frequencies of those feelings. In 2006 we were able to prove that the presence of neuropeptides is what determines sentience ... not brain function as conventionally believed. In fact, even a single celled organism experiences fear and pleasure
This means that all mammals and birds are sentient beings, with a full range of emotions and reactions to experiences. In fact, since the limbic region is one of the most primitive parts of the brain, we now know that humans and animals have ALWAYS possessed emotions. Feelings are an innate part of our sensory system. Many social animals, such as apes, elephants, and whales also possess spindle cells, which help to process complex or higher emotions. These special cells are found in social or pack animals and are linked with social organization, learning from one another, empathy and intuition. ...
Animals are actually more emotional than people ...
Where humans tend to rely on logic and language to interpret the world around them, animals rely on their senses to survive. They 'feel' their way through the world, sniffing, seeing, tasting, touching, feeling, listening. To communicate, they use subtle body language instead of voice, because in the wilds your voice gives away your location, and that makes you a target for predators
The limbic brain governs how we relate and interact with our world by extrapolating information via our senses--taste, touch, smell, hearing, sight and feeling. It also governs related faculties such as emotions, learning, memories and our spiritual connection to something larger than ourselves. In fact, emotions are really our 7th sense ...
The limbic brain is much more powerful than the rational (cortical) brain. It actually dictates 97% of your behaviour! As an example, in humans, the limbic brain processes about 1200 thoughts per second, compared to the rational mind at 100 thoughts per second
That means animals are not just 'feeling' beings. They are much more so than humans, who tend to over-ride 'feeling' with logic!
Our Human-Animal Bond ...
Animals survive by using all seven senses to identify subtle nuances in their environment. This includes body language within their own species, as well as the body language of other species. Interpreting body language helps them to know how to act or react to you ... as friend, prey, boss, or predator. In this way, pets can often interpret the thoughts and feelings of their owners, simply by using their senses
Animals that naturally live in social groups, such as dogs and horses, tend to adopt complex human emotions more readily because they learn cues for proper social behaviour from their peers--their 'pack' or 'herd' members. When people comprise their social group, humans become their role models
Animals that spend a lot of time with humans are even more likely to develop complex emotions, since we learn the higher emotions such as compassion and altruism by example from others. As a result, pets often begin to act a lot like their owners!
A sensitive, nurturing animal will also tend to energetically absorb the emotions of humans with whom it is interacting. It will actually feel what you feel
Hence, you often find many domestic animals mirror some of the subtle body language, feelings, and behaviors of their owners or caregivers. That can make them change behavior, develop health issues and vices, or become depressed or neurotic
Learn how emotional and behaviour issues can cause health problems
You don't need to neglect or abuse your pet to make it become sick or neurotic. You just need to neglect or abuse YOURSELF or choose not to heal your own emotional issues! Pets often become a mirror or catalyst for you to see what is out of balance within YOU
It's no accident that you have chosen a particular animal to become your companion. Humans seek to validate their feelings, and therefore will generally choose human and animal companions that mirror their points of view. Your animal's personality plays an important role in teaching you lessons that may seem too threatening when presented by a human companion. It is a gentle but firm prodding on a day to day basis that creates the opportunity for change. Animals also help you to become aware of your priorities and motivations
How can you can help your animal to become happy and stress-free? ...
For the love of your pet .... Our astonishing living flower frequencies offer a gentle, profoundly effective way to restore optimal performance and joy to your dog, cat or horse. And that will make YOU happy, too!
Whether you want a prepared remedy or a custom testing and formula to ensure we get to the root of your pet's problem, we can easily release trauma, stress, long-standing health problems and emotional issues, while enhancing attitude, behavior, performance and well-being
You simply give a few drops of living flower essences to the animal daily for 3-21 days. You'll see changes almost immediately!
Here's some of the ways our living flower essences can help your dog, cat or horse...
eliminate 'bad' behaviours
improve attitude, enhance performance, and increase calm confidence
balance the psyche of abused, injured, or rescued animals (including wild animals) to restore healthy behaviour
stop separation anxiety
overcome panicked fear responses from fireworks or gunshots
promote stress-free weaning
rapid recovery from shock or trauma
help animals cope with stress and change with travel, a new home, the introduction of a new animal, person or baby, or visits to the vet
eliminate aggressive behaviour
promote deeper bonding and understanding between pet and owner
lift depression and improve overall happiness, wellbeing and sense of security
help shy animals gain more confidence and social skills
Before and after photos of a client
Before testing, Clarke (photo left) was highly aggressive and needed to be muzzled when around people, especially men. He couldn't be trusted. His vet wanted to give him sedatives. But, that really wouldn't change Clarke's trust issues
After 3 weeks....Note the relaxed happy demeanour of Clarke after completing his custom essence remedy. His eyes are bright and shining. Clarke no longer has to wear a muzzle. Life is so much happier now for both pet and owner!