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Theo and Family Vegan Dog

About Me

It certainly feels to me that I have gone full circle from my childhood when I grew up on a farm, to now working with animals. I am very compassionate about their welfare and work as a volunteer at the National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT).

Having fed three children for the last 25 years on a vegetarian and vegan diet, I have always been interested in nutrition and natural, healthy living.

When Theo, our black Labrador, joined us at the age of one year, I started investigating vegan food for dogs. I was amazed to learn that it was not only possible but also highly beneficial to feed a dog vegan food. Theo has now been a vegan dog for five years and he is a picture of health.

His lean looks, agility and shiny coat make people think that he is still a puppy.



25 years ago I started my training in alternative therapies due mainly to the back problems I had at that time. My first qualification was in Holistic Massage from the Linda Harness School of Massage in Covent Garden, London. This was followed by three years of training in Craniosacral Therapy at the College of Craniosacral Therapy (CCST) in Primrose Hill, London which led to my qualification as a CST Therapist in 2001. Further post-graduate training has been in the biodynamic approach of CST at the Karuna Institute in Devon. I have completed Level 1 and 2 of the Bach Flower Remedies for humans and have qualified (Level 3) as Bach Flower Animal Practitioner from the Natural Animal Centre in Wales.



If I could just pass on one insight from the last 20 years of practice it would be that the deeper we can listen to our system, with all our sensory awareness, the more profound the healing will be. Now, working solely with animals I find the same holds true.

More information will be available soon on my website about Bach Flower Remedies and how they benefit the animals I am treating.