Harry had been with his new owners for 6 months when I began working with him. He was over 11 years old, a Border x Airedale Terrier who had had a really unsettled unhappy life. His owner described Harry as being a sweet boy at heart, overly affectionate, sometimes a bit of a bully and suffering from rage syndrome and a skin condition.
I dowsed for Harry and sent his owner a bottle of Crying Heart essence. This essence works well to allow pain and trauma to be released and works to heal grief and sadness that an animal may be carrying due to its past. Harry’s owner noticed a change in the first week of taking this essence. They didn’t see an attack of rage syndrome for 3 days. “If anything upsets Harry now he takes it out on his bedding by giving it a good shake, a great improvement on nipping”.
Harry was very aware that he was being helped; and to quote his owner “as I was cleaning the water bowls and adding his drops, I felt I was being watched, I was! Harry was standing at the kitchen door watching intently. I put the bowls down and only one bowl had the precise amount of drops. Harry drank from the one with the 6 drops straight away”.
His skin began to improve and his coat was feeling and looking comfortable and healthy. He began to sleep better and spent less time following his owners about. In July after the initial period of taking the essence, I dowsed again for Harry and changed the number of drops that were being added to his drinking water.
The expression on his face became much softer, and he began to eat more slowly too. He became less adamant about demanding attention and his whole demeanour appeared more relaxed.
Last time Harry visited the vets he bit the vet. When Harry returned for dental exploration he was very quiet in the car, he normally barks and needs restraining but was well behaved and safe. With trepidation Harry’s owners entered the vet’s surgery, placed Harry on the examination table and he wagged his tail. Harry sat very patiently during the examination and when it was over Harry could get down but not before the vet had a friendly chat with him! He was also behaved on the way home.
“He is making a tremendous recovery and seems very comfortable and was thrilled to be back home, the enthusiastic welcome I got from him at the vets was very touching. When he is happy he tries to throw his lead in the air!
He is a much happier dog, his skin problems have really minimised, his coat is now very fluffy looking and full, its texture is good and it shines. In the past his faeces were always broken and small, they seem to be coming more normal. His rage syndrome has really calmed down, very few episode and recovery is quick too.”
Harry continued to improve and would remain quiet at home when his owners were out, as when he arrived they had real problems leaving him even to go shopping. He became much more sociable especially towards humans and even has some friends with two legs.
“The changes in him have been remarkable, he is now a happy chappy, no rage syndrome, has relaxed and is more confident, more laid back and has become one of the dogs. He has stopped biting and event he vet is amazed at his progress and how calm he is when he visits. I’m so happy that Harry has released what was troubling him and that he is now a happy and content little dog. Well done Harry!
Update from Harry’s owner August 2007
“Harry now plays with dogs, hasn’t nipped a human, his skin and coat problems are things of the past and he is in excellent health and voice".