Pawprint-25px Suggested Treatment Programs

 

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Although sometimes healing can be seen in one or two treatments, for continued health and well-being, all animals benefit most from a regularly scheduled program of Reiki. Kathleen encourages her clients’ people to learn Reiki themselves to ensure this continuity of treatment. Below are listed the programs that Kathleen has found most beneficial for her horse, cat, dog, small animal, and bird clients. Note: While Reiki is a powerful healing system on its own, it is also a wonderful complement to other therapies that may be helping the animal recover. It is not meant as a substitute for veterinary care. Always consult your veterinarian about the best course of medical treatment for your animal.

Equine, Canine and Feline Reiki:

  • For horses in full training (endurance, dressage, etc.), working, agility, or show dogs, and show cats: Begin with a series of four treatments on consecutive days, then once a week or every other week for maintenance. Daily treatments suggested on the most demanding of days.
  • For horses in rehab and dogs and cats recovering from injury/illness: Begin with a series of at least four treatments on consecutive days, followed by once or twice a week until recovery.
  • For horses in retirement, and senior dogs and cats: Begin with a series of four treatments on consecutive days, followed by once a week or every other week for maintenance.
  • For horses, dogs, and cats nearing their transition: Begin with a series of treatments on consecutive days, followed by a few times a week or as needed for support in this process.

Small Animal/Avian Reiki:

  • Health Maintenance: Begin with a series of four treatments on consecutive days, followed by once a week or every other week for maintenance.
  • Recovery from illness/injury: Daily treatment or as often as needed until recovery.
  • Senior animals: Begin with a series of four treatments on consecutive days, followed by once a week or as needed for maintenance.
  • Nearing their transition: Daily treatments or as needed for support with this process.