Asentia Animal Healing Testimonials
Gill, Julia and Ruby (Horsham, West Sussex)
We contacted Emily at Asentia Animal Healing to help us with our 20 month old terrier cross, Ruby. Ruby was increasingly dominating the household, destroying things when left alone, jumping up at visitors, pulling on the lead, barking at other dogs and not coming back when called. Although she is dead cute and great fun to be with, she was getting the upper hand far too often.
We had two sessions with Emily and in that time we were given the knowledge and equipped with various techniques to manage Ruby. Emily came to see us at our home and our first session was really about teaching us to become more of the pack leaders, she also gave us some simple techniques to use straight away. Within 1 minute of walking into the house Emily started to work on Ruby and would not tolerate the jumping up or persistent 'I want to play' tactics. Ruby's behaviour changed immediately and it was very apparent that she had been lacking direction from her owners. You could see Ruby thinking, "what the hell is all this about", but we have to say the response was remarkable. From that day on we have been consistent in our behaviour and commands with Ruby and her demands have become very few and far between, it is always on our terms now.
We had a very sulky dog initially, but now Ruby knows exactly where her position is in the household and seems much more contented with it. There are a couple of things that are still a work in progress, but the main thing is we are much more confident in dealing with these when they crop up and Ruby has much more respect for us as well. Thank you Emily, we should have contacted you 12 months earlier. We were not only impressed with the way you handled Ruby and what you have taught us, but you are also genuinely a really nice person with great understanding and attitude, you clearly enjoy what you are doing. Thank you.
Vicky and Travis (Lincoln)
Our dog Travis is a typical Jack Russell, which in comparison to our lazy Greyhound is very different. We have worked on his many issues over the years, but when it came to taking him out for a walk he was just horrible. He was totally uncontrollable, did not listen to anything we said and would scream so loud it was embarrassing. We had tried many techniques, but nothing seemed to get through to him. Emily witnessed how Travis began to behave when we were getting ready to take him out and immediately took charge of the situation. In a very short space of time Travis was listening to Emily and was under control, something we have never managed to accomplish. On the walk Emily showed Travis how to heel and what was expected of him (which he picked up very quickly) and she then spent time talking both myself and my partner through the method so we could take control.
In the week after Emily visited we saw a massive improvement in Travis when he was out on the walk. He is now listening to our commands and we are not playing the game of tug of war. This has also improved his response to other dogs, and although he is still heightened by another dogs presence, he is calmer, rather than barking and trying to launch himself towards them. We are so thankful that Emily has shown us that Travis can be trained to walk properly, which has made outings much more pleasurable. It is going to take a lot of work to get him to be perfect, but we finally have a way to move forward and can see improvements every day. Thank you Emily, you were amazing.
Jerry and Poppy (Steyning, West Sussex)
Our dog Poppy, aged just under 14, had surgery earlier this year to remove 2 malignant tumours from her front legs. The first tumour removed had good clearance and a good prognosis. Sadly the second tumour was embedded too deep. The vet did all she could to remove as much as possible, with a very poor prognosis. Poppy became listless, appeared very depressed and was reluctant to even go for a short walk.
We felt there was more we could do and, as we have had success with one of our children receiving healing in the past, it only seemed natural to take that course of action with Poppy. Our main aim was to improve her quality of life for how ever long we have left with her. We discussed this with our vet who supported the idea in a very positive manner.
Since Poppy's visits with Sue she has discovered a new zest for life. She is still an old 'lady' and will have the occasional quiet day, but even friends and family have commented about how well she looks. She is bright eyed, up for walks again and seems to have been lifted by the whole experience. We are very happy to see her with such a return to a good quality of life once more.
Katie and Arnie (Plumpton, East Sussex)
I want to say a huge thank you to Emily for helping Arnie over the past month. The healing he has received has given him a new lease of life at the ripe old age of 13, just when I was beginning to think his life was going to be a struggle of stiffness, pain and unhappiness. Arnie has cardiomyopathy and chronic arthritis which are being treated medically, but over a period of time I have noticed Arnie getting slower and older. In his youth he was such a bouncy, happy and vivacious little dog, and it was so sad to see him not being able to do the things he wanted to. I was beginning to think the worst, and that the time was coming where I would have to start considering his quality of life. When Emily said she could give Arnie animal healing I felt reassured that this could possibly help him in some way.
Following the first session Arnie was extremely tired and did not want to do much that evening, but by the next morning he did appear more perky. After the second and third sessions I began noticing that Arnie was able to better support his weight in his hips when going to the toilet and he seemed more confident in himself. My little poppet was back! Although he is no spring chicken, on the whole it has been incredible to see him improve so much. I feel that the healing you have given him alongside his medication has helped enormously in enhancing his quality of life.
John and Merlin (Horsham, West Sussex)
About nine months ago (April 2009), Merlin had an operation to remove a benign cyst, following which he developed a problem with his lower sacrum. In the mornings Merlin would be unable to get out of his basket, he was clearly in severe pain, but strangely once he started walking around the pain would leave him and his back seemed to free-up. At his worst point Merlin could barely walk, the pain persisting, so we took him to the vet where he had a scan which (as I predicted) revealed nothing! The vets had no diagnosis which we found extraordinary. They recommended an MRI scan which we were reluctant to proceed with as it would mean yet another anaesthetic for Merlin.
We were introduced to Emily of Asentia Animal Healing; a renowned dog and animal healer who reaches beyond the known medical practice. She came to our house on a number of occasions and gave Merlin her method of treatment. Then several months ago, as if some miracle had occurred, Merlin was suddenly fit and well, jumping out of his basket in the morning with all the joy in the world! Thank you Emily!
Liz and Oscar (Plumpton, East Sussex)
I contacted Emily at Asentia Animal Healing, as Oscar our 9 month old Jack Russell was very dominant towards our smaller dog and was rapidly wrecking our home. He had chewed through a number of expensive items in the house including a brand new mobile phone, cushions and even our digital camera. We were at our wits end and the next move was to rehome him.
Emily came to see us and instantly made some suggestions to help us become more of a pack leader with Oscar. She gave us simple natural techniques to use which began to work straight away and his behaviour changed even while she was there! During the sessions Emily also gave Oscar healing which helped to release some past trauma in his system, and within a month Oscar had not chewed anything further. It was very helpful to have Emily there observing Oscar so that she could give us advice on how to handle each situation when it occurred. He has greatly improved and continues to develop into a nice family dog with Emily's regular input.
Alison and Ruby (Ifold, West Sussex)
My pure bred Irish Draught filly, Ruby, was diagnosed as a "wobbler" when she was a yearling in August 2005. She had an operation in September 2005 to fuse 2 vertebrae in her neck and then spent 3 months on box rest, and the last month walking out in hand every day. She had a check up in December 2005 by the Vet that operated on her who was pleased with the overall result.
She was then turned out in a restricted paddock in January 2006 and was progressing well until she had a couple of falls out in the field during February. I found her one day unable to reach the grass to graze as her neck was so painful. She became very uncoordinated in her movement, and if I asked her to back up would lean back on her front legs as if unable to move - I was devastated.
Sue treated Ruby regularly from April 2006 through to early 2007 and the results were quite incredible. Treatments generally took place out in the field, and during 4 of the first 5 treatments, Ruby amazed us both by approaching Sue, circling once or twice and then laying down at our feet!
Ruby definitely showed a significant improvement over this period, to the point she would show off her paces round the field. My vet agreed that she was so improved that you would have a hard time diagnosing her condition. I genuinely believe Sue helped Ruby recover from all her problems and thank her for all her time and advice. I have now successfully backed Ruby and taken her to some in-hand shows where we have been placed with no comments made on her movement at all.
Amanda and Hudson (Rudgwick, West Sussex)
Hudson came from a rescue centre when he was about 18 months old, and is now approximately 13 years of age. Two and a half years ago he had to have his spleen removed due to a tumourous growth over 12" long, and about 6 months after the surgery Emily started treating Hudson with healing on a weekly basis. We noticed an immediate improvement in his behaviour; he was more youthful and his mobility and energy were better.
For a short while Hudson had an infestation of mites which meant that Emily had to give him Distant Healing. This practice has continued, and Hudson now has a Distant Treatment every month to boost his immune system and give him some extra energy as he gets older! Every month we make an appointment with Emily at a designated time and Hudson often goes into a deep sleep, sometimes jerking his limbs. It has been fascinating hearing Emily's reports after each treatment as the feedback she gives often coincides with my observations of him. The healing has really helped Hudson in his old age as he suffers with poor hip confirmation and arthritis, and the sessions have helped to release some of the traumas in his system as well as reducing the inflammation in his joints.
I do think Emily has a powerful talent for healing animals and I am very grateful that Hudson has been helped so much by her.