An animal in a communication session may indicate they wish to receive a specific healing modality. Over the years of collaborating with several animal practitioners, I have come to trust and hold high regard for the following persons:
Debbie Moses (VN C-SQP)
Debbie started her career in 2003 and have always had a strong passion and love for animals and always had them from a young age. She became a C-SQP in 2015 to further her learning, and to date undergoes regular personal development to continue with her learning and passion for animals. During her years working within a veterinary practice she had fostered and hand reared many abandoned animals. Debbie gets great satisfaction out of caring and providing fantastic nursing care to all animals as well as reassuring pet guardians and providing a personal, friendly service and helping with any questions or queries.
Dr Isla Fishburn (BSc Zoology and MBiolSci and PhD in Conservation Biology)
Canine wellness practitioner, Applied Zoopharmacognosy, zoologist and conservation biologist. Isla also teaches Canine Wellness and runs retreats.
Rachel Windsor-Knott (Applied Zoopharmacognosy)
Optimising the health and well-being of your animal. supplier of high quality natural remedies for animals.
Jane Jeffrey (Canine Massage Therapist)
Tyneside Canine Massage offers therapeutic massage for dogs to help them recover from injury, or to support arthritis or other orthopaedic conditions such as hip dysplasia.