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Post by Sole_Purpose » Thu Feb 02, 2006 1:46 pm

www.animalreikisource.com/ (Animal Reiki Source - info on Reiki for animals)
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AHVMA

Post by Sole_Purpose » Thu Feb 02, 2006 1:50 pm

www.AHVMA.org (American Holistic Veternary Medical Association - lists holistic vets)

www.holistichorsekeeping.com/ (Holistic Horsekeeping - publication...info and newsletters)

www.naturalhorsetalk.com (Natural Horse Talk - wealth of info on natural horse care via different mediums)

www.equestriansedge.com (Equestrian's Edge - book club offering many great resources for natural and alternative horse care, as well as books authored by different practitioners on equine massage therapy)
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IAATH

Post by Sole_Purpose » Thu Feb 02, 2006 2:15 pm

Texas-gal wrote:This is a bit encompassing, but may be of use:

International Alliance for Animal Therapy and Healing (IAATH)
http://www.iaath.com/

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Bach Flower Remedies

Post by Sole_Purpose » Fri Feb 03, 2006 1:44 pm

www.bachcentre.com/centre/bfrani.htm (Bach Flower Remedies - offering remedies for animals...list of animal practitioners, and offer specialist animal course in Wales)

Quote from website regarding their book: Bach Flower Remedies for Animals by Stefan Ball and Judy Howard - this illustrated book draws on insights from animal behaviourists and vets to produce the most authoritative guide to using the remedies for animals yet produced. Includes many real-life case studies.

www.bachflower.com/Pets.htm (another link for more info regarding Bach's pet remedies, including the well-known "Rescue Remedy")

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AMTIL

Post by Sole_Purpose » Tue Feb 07, 2006 5:50 am

www.amtil.com/index.html (Animal Massage & Therapies - wealth of info, resources, organizations, and schools)

Quote from website: AMTIL (Animal Massage & Therapies) was founded in 1998 for the purpose of making the benefits of massage and other holistic approaches to animal health available to companion animals. As part of this commitment, AMTIL, in conjunction with IAATH (International Alliance for Animal Therapy and Healing) is providing listings and website links for Animal Massage Therapists and Practitioners of Acupressure, Energy Work, Herbal Therapy, Magnet Therapy, Aromatherapy, Color Therapy, Animal Communication, and Homeopathy, as well as consultation and products relative to many of these approaches. Listing and link is also available to schools and instructors in these modalities and to organizations dedicated to animal health and well-being.

www.healthboard.com/websites/Animal/index.html (HealthBoard - online health community...listings)

http://www.massagetherapy.com/articles/ ... cle_id/409 (articles on animal massage/therapies and list of practitioners)

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IEBWA

Post by Sole_Purpose » Fri Mar 17, 2006 12:20 pm

IEBWA - International Equine Body Worker Association

Quote from website: The International Equine Body Worker Association, or IEBWA, was founded to serve as a central and focal point for both student and graduate students practicing equine bodywork. We have members from around the world with divisions in the UK, US, Canada, South Africa, Brazil and Australia. IEBWA membership is only considered if the member carries full indemnity insurance and has completed the required number of educational hours as well as the continuing annual education hours. These requirements benefit the horse, the client, the Body Worker and they protect the profession as a whole.

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Re: More Resources

Post by pueppi » Fri Mar 30, 2012 2:07 pm

Adding this to a few threads here. I found a nice 'pdf' file which outlines the Bach Flower remedies for animals... which you can actually copy and then... "laminate". That's what I am doing, at least. :)

Here's the link: http://www.holisticpettherapy.com/Bach% ... 0Chart.pdf

And, from the Bach Flower Remedy website:
Bach Flower Remedies® and Animals

Animals have emotions too. They feel fear, anger, jealousy, and depression just like us.
The Bach® Flower Remedies® are able to help our Animals when they have negative emotions just as they help us when we are emotionally out of balance. Unfortunately, we are not able to ask our pet why it acts depressed, but we do know if it misses a friend or gets overly excited around new people.

The Bach® Flower Remedies & Rescue Remedy® has been used around the world for more than 80 years and are 100% safe for both Animals and Humans

Directions: Add 2 drops of the individual Bach Flower Remedies® or 4 drops of Rescue® Remedy to your pet's drinking water. Your pet will drink as often as needed.
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Re: More Resources

Post by pueppi » Fri Mar 30, 2012 2:14 pm

I also found these link which may be helpful...
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