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Treatment of domestic and farm animals


Here we describe and show examples for our *animal balancing" product.


Our pets are our constant companions, they are always there for us. They give us so much love, caring, fun, closeness, intimacy and much more and they do it naturally out of love and affection. However, our faithful darlings also have sensors and sensations that we humans are not yet used to and in some cases do not yet have access to. Dogs, cats and horses in particular feel earth rays much more strongly than we humans do, and the animals also feel energetic imbalances much more intensively than we humans do. They just feel you, not like us humans, who have to first cognitively match every sensation we don't know so we can process what's happening. The fine sensory system and sensing through anatomically and energetically developed senses makes animals much more sensitive than we assume.




In the change of adaptation to the human environment, pets have adapted strongly to humans in evolution. They accompany us and are always where we are. Here, too, living together at home requires compromises and training. Which can affect the natural behavior of animals. Here, too, an evolution is underway and pets are increasingly adapting to humans.

You cannot tell us if you are unwell or starting to become ill, it is always up to the animal keepers to recognize what is going on with the animals. Usually we only notice things when they are already advanced and are becoming more and more difficult to treat. Even then, it is often difficult to treat the animals. We can provide you with excellent medical treatment through veterinarians, but this often solves existing problems only with difficulty or temporarily.

Our treatments can provide preventive, acute and long-term support. You enjoy the advantage that you do not have to visit us in person, but can stay comfortably at home and thus do not have to put your animals under any additional stress.



The presence of vibrations and the exchange of information is ubiquitous. Both animals and humans are part of this vibrational field and are constantly communicating with each other.



We can treat your animals on several levels. Below, we describe just a few of the issues that our treatments can help with.



Environment of the animals:


  • e-smog

  • earth rays

  • Space clearing house / barn

  • create a place of power

  • well-being in the environment

Finding the cause


What environmental influences affect health and animal health?

Pollutants in the air, in (animal food, chemicals, artificial radiation fields, artificial fertilizers or noise burden their organs and quality of life.

Fertilizer from fields, because the dogs/cats are always close, with snouts and noses.


We show the causes and effects of the blockages.

If you recognize the sources through a good optimization with our treatment, you can prevent and restore vitality.



Animal allergies


Many health problems are caused by allergies.


As with us humans, the number of allergy sufferers in our pets and large animals has increased significantly in recent years. As with humans, the causes for this are environmental pollution, allergy-causing substances in animal feed and medicines, chemicals in cleaning and detergents, E-smog and much more. In general, any substance can be an allergy trigger. Allergic reactions in allergy sufferers are triggered by substances in the environment that do not cause a reaction in non-allergy sufferers, i.e. healthy animals.


Like us humans, animals can also develop food intolerances or allergies. The symptoms are similar, affecting dogs, cats or horses, for example, but mainly gastrointestinal problems and the complexion.



Causes of allergies:


Allergies are an overreaction of your own immune system to certain and normally harmless environmental substances (allergens).

Incompatibilities - recurrent disease symptoms of one or more

Organ symptoms associated with environmental toxins

is likely. Parameters for allergic reactions are not available.


The most common allergies in our animals include:

  • dust mite allergy

  • food mite allergy

  • Food allergies / intolerances

  • flea saliva allergy

  • dermatitis (eczema)


Symptoms:

  • Overstimulation of individual organs or organ systems

  • Skin: neurodermatitis, contact dermatitis, urticaria, atopic dermatitis

  • Mucous membranes: allergic rhinitis, sneezing attacks, pollinosis, conjunctivitis,

  • Swelling of the oral mucosa

  • Gastrointestinal tract: vomiting, diarrhea, celiac disease, colitis

  • Respiratory tract: allergic bronchial asthma

  • Emergency: anaphylaxis, anaphylactic shock.

  • Skin problems

  • Therapy-resistant ear infections

  • stomach diseases

  • intestinal diseases

  • vomiting, diarrhea and flatulence

  • unresolved bronchitis

  • and much more.





The Gut


The intestine protects the organism from pathogens and degenerated cells.


The intestinal flora gets out of balance due to bacteria, poor nutrition, toxins, medicines or wormers. Good germs are damaged and bad ones spread. Pollutants can no longer be adequately repelled. The intestinal wall becomes permeable and inflammatory changes and toxic metabolic products occur. Bloating, belching, intestinal cramps and foul-smelling, greasy stools develop. These are the first signs of a weakened and disturbed intestinal flora. If the intestine is weakened, the immune system loses strength and different defense reactions occur, i.e. allergies. Then it means avoiding the allergen if possible, but this is usually not possible.




Electrosmog exposure


Electrosmog is omnipresent these days. Most people are aware of the potential risks of this radiation, but what about our pets? They, too, can be affected by electrosmog without us noticing. In this context, there are many questions and uncertainties about how to minimize the risk for our furry friends. We keep ignoring the fact that the sensory system of animals may be many times more sensitive than that of us humans, but the animals cannot tell us when they feel this.


Causes of stress:


Electrosmog from electrical devices, power cables, lighting, heating mats or rods

(aquariums and terrariums),

High-voltage lines, transmission masts, mobile phones (horse owners: in the stable and

while riding), telephones with handsets, WLAN, household appliances and much more.



Symptoms that can result from this:


Hormonal disorders (especially the pineal hormone melatonin and neurotransmitters),

increased permeability around the blood-brain barrier for foreign substances, increased release of stress hormones, stress, restlessness,

Increased risk of cancer, infertility, nervousness, insecurity, fear,

Aggression, headache, body aches, sleep disorders, tiredness, depression, lack of concentration, limited performance,

Change in biorhythm, weakening of the immune system, clouding of the lens,

Chromosomal aberrations, strand and double strand breaks, reduced milk yield.




Blockages in the musculoskeletal system


Blockages in the musculoskeletal system can be very painful and disabling for pets. A blockage in the musculoskeletal system means that a joint or spine is no longer functioning smoothly, which can lead to restricted movement and pain. These blockages can be caused by various factors, such as overexertion, injuries or age-related wear and tear. Although musculoskeletal blockages can occur in all pets, older animals or those with a history of injury or poor posture are particularly at risk. It is therefore important that pet owners recognize the symptoms of blocked movement in their animals and seek veterinary advice in order to receive appropriate treatment and improve the quality of life of their furry friends.

Here we can continue to support wonderfully. In this area, we always achieve amazing success and are always happy and positive about the amazing results that we can achieve for the animals.


The musculoskeletal system is made up of

  • Bones

  • Joints

  • Muscles

  • Ribbons and

  • Tendons

Movement means getting ahead, discovering “new things”, freedom and

advancement.


The movement promotes blood circulation, metabolism and

stimulates digestion and keeps the lymph flowing.




Range of motion pain


The most common blockages of the spine in dogs are:

  • spondylosis

  • disc prolapse


Spondylosis is a bridge-like formation of muscles Bone substance (exostoses) with degenerative processes in the Intervertebral (discus). These occur mainly on the neck and

lumbar spine area. Trauma is the cause of Inflammation and mesenchymal damage (damage to the embryonic connective tissue) in question. It happens when there is a herniated disc

either to a prolapse of the hardened intervertebral column in the spinal canal. Or to a leakage of the nucleus mass (nuclear mass) into the spinal canal. This leads to compression (contusion) of the spinal cord, with signs of paralysis and/or pains.






Joint diseases and. co


It often occurs as a result of blockages in the large joints such as


  • hip dysplasia,

  • Elbow dysplasia or

  • Osteochondrosis at an increased

  • Muscle breakdown (muscle atrophy)

  • Spondylosis

  • Arthrosis

  • Arthritis

  • Signs of paralysis/

  • Pains

  • Disc prolapse

  • Muscular atrophy



Arthritis/arthrosis


In the course of development, the housing conditions for our pets have changed

changes. Did the cat used to have the task of catching mice and could follow

Scattering heart's content through meadows and fields are due to a large proportion of cats

changed living conditions today house animals.


Many dogs lead life as couch potatoes, walks are often turned into rushes

done after work. During Bello all day on this experience

waited for, master wants the walk after a long day at work

finish as soon as possible.


So it's not surprising if the dog sometimes doesn't feel this "pressure" anymore

can withstand. Due to the relatively early restriction of freedom of movement and

changed environmental conditions, diseases of the

musculoskeletal system and unfortunately much more that the pet owners often ignore or do not notice.


The most important diseases include joint blockages, the

Spinal diseases, arthritis, arthrosis, type I and II diabetes, heart diseases

and cancer.




Diabetes


Dogs usually develop type I, but also type II diabetes.

Affected animals suffer from a lack of insulin, which is produced in the pancreas. Due to the lack of this hormone, the cells do not get enough energy, although there is enough sugar in the blood.


The body tries to compensate for the lack of energy in the cells by breaking down body fat and muscles (protein). This leads to an accumulation of toxic metabolic products in the excretory organs.

In spite of an appetite, the affected animals show emaciation, weakness, poor wound healing and progressive clouding of the lens


Most cats develop type II diabetes. Type II diabetes is caused by obesity and a chronic lack of exercise.

Most cat foods are high in carbohydrates, leading to obesity and

diabetes are required.


After feeding, the sugar level rises too quickly and more insulin is released from the pancreas. The cells try to protect themselves from being overfed with sugar and only let as much sugar into the cells as protection against cell damage, even though there is enough insulin in the blood.



Feline diabetes


Cats usually develop type II diabetes. Type II diabetes is caused by obesity and a chronic lack of exercise.

Most cat foods are high in carbohydrates, leading to obesity and diabetes.

After feeding, the sugar level rises too quickly and more insulin is released from the pancreas. The cells try to protect themselves from being overfed with sugar and only let as much sugar into the cells as protection against cell damage, even though there is enough insulin in the blood.


If the amount of glucose absorbed is higher than required by the organism, the residual glucose is converted into fat cells in the liver and stored as fat in the liver and later as body fat. Diabetic cats suffer from a strong appetite, listlessness and are prone to infectious diseases and bladder infections. Typical sequelae

of the cat are vascular calcification, circulatory disorders and chronic kidney failure.

Therapy includes a consistent change in diet.

Like the cat, the horse also suffers from type II diabetes.

In addition to being overweight and lack of exercise, the cause for the horse is this

Equine Cushing's Syndrome in Bracht.

One of the most common symptoms of equine metabolic syndrome is the

laminitis


Diabetes also in horses

Like the cat, the horse also suffers from type II diabetes.

In addition to being overweight and lack of exercise, the cause of the horse is the equine

Cushing's syndrome too.


One of the most common symptoms of equine metabolic syndrome is the

laminitis.


In times of lack of vitality, we can successfully accompany the four-legged friends (horse, dog and cat) and also support them with the following means:


  • Bach flowers

  • Homeopathy

  • precious stones

  • Antiallergenic

  • Medicinal mushrooms

  • Biochemistry (Schuessler salts)

  • Organ test (to determine organs with no energy)




Aura of animals


The aura in animals, especially dogs, cats, and horses, is a topic that is receiving increasing attention in scientific animal research. An animal's aura is an energy field that surrounds the body and can be perceived as an electromagnetic field. There is evidence that an animal's aura contains information about its emotional, physical, and spiritual state.

Research also shows that there may be a connection between an animal's aura and their state of health. Although the aura in animals has not been fully understood and more research is needed, there are many ways to treat the aura and chakras of your pets to promote their health and well-being. In this context, it is important to understand the meaning of an animal's aura and how it can be scientifically researched and treated.


The aura and related chakras are often a core issue in dogs, cats and horses. We are specialized in the energetic alignment of the energy field and can treat the underlying problems well.



More


We have only highlighted a few subject areas here. In everyday life there are countless possibilities for disorders and a diverse range of treatments for every animal.


What has become well established with us is the automatic balancing of your animal. We take a monthly look at how your animal is doing and what support it needs.






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