Holistic Solutions & Behaviour Advice

Before the treatment starts free consultation takes place with the owner that includes the behaviour assessment (filling up a questionnaire with general questions) and a friendly chat where owners can advise us about the issue/s (no physical contact required).

Animals often become stressed in unknown environments; therefore, we offer sessions in the animal’s natural surroundings where they feel familiar and safe. They are also likely to settle down more quickly at home, and this is convenient to owners too.


Sessions including a behaviour advice part and a healing treatment. Treatment plan will be provided which will be discussed, agreed and reviewed as necessary and always subject to the preferences of the animal’s owner or carer, with the option to change it at any time according to progress.

Ongoing support is provided by phone, email or in person (3 or 5 sessions packages).


Behaviour advice may help with:

  • Stress

  • Fears

  • Phobias (thunderstorms, firework, etc.)

  • Reactivity (responsiveness to bikes, cars, runners, people in uniform, other animals, etc.)

  • Separation-related issues (stress upon owners departure and excitement when the owner returns)

  • Hyperactivity (cannot achieve calmness)

  • House soiling (inappropriate urination)

  • Excessive barking (barking too much or often)

  • Repetitive behaviour (monotonous movement without goal or function)

  • Strengthening the bond between owners and their animals

  • Preparing pets for your baby's arrival

  • Day to day pet ownership (guide for you to have a better relationship with your animals)

Holistic approach characterized by the treatment of the whole individual, taking into account mental and social factors, rather than just the symptoms of a disease, therefore we offer energy healing as well.

Animals are very sensitive to energy. If their owners or carers are stressed or anxious, their animals pick up on this and it can lead to emotional and behavioural issues. As a result, there is a need to sometimes work with both the owner and the animal to help resolve an animal’s issue.


Energy healing:

This is a unique approach, can cause no harm, it stimulates the body’s natural healing abilities.

All animals benefit from it, helps them physically, emotionally and psychologically. Animals respond well to the energy they even show us where they need healing. Sometimes they communicate with the healer during the energy healing treatment. This is a direct two-way exchange of information to connect with thoughts feelings and opinions of an animal. They can relay messages through the communicator about what they need and this may strengthen the relationship between owner and their pets.

Benefits for pets may include:

  • Alleviating anxiety, stress, nervousness and producing a state of calm

  • Increasing energy levels and overall well-being

  • Supplementing medical treatments

  • Helping to heal after surgery, injury or trauma and speed up recovery

  • Lessen severe reactions and side effects after radiation and chemotherapy treatments for animals with cancer

  • Relieving aches, pains, strains, and allergies (skin problems, itching)

  • Addressing issues with the coat, skin or feathers

  • Reduces behaviour problems and aggression

  • Heals trust issues and shifts relationship with a human companion

  • Helps abused animals heal from past mental/physical trauma

  • Getting pets through depression or bereavement (changes in ownership, death in the family)

  • Strengthens the bond between you and your pet 


Used along with conventional medicine, it can result in a speedier recovery and saves owners considerable cost and anxiety.

Energy healing is non-diagnostic, non-interventionist, non-manipulative and no pressure is applied.

Sometimes a single treatment is all that is needed whilst for others, 2 or 3 or a series may be required to completely heal the issue they are experiencing.


Please note that Animal Behaviour Counsellors and Animal Healers do not diagnose or advise on veterinary treatments. Sessions are not an alternative to conventional medicine but can work wonderfully alongside it. A Veterinary Practitioner should be consulted for diagnosis prior to seeking Animal Healing or Behaviour Advice for your animal.

A very satisfied client :)