What is TTouch?Dogs/ Cats / Rabbits etc. - Companion AnimalsHorses - TTeamArticlesPractitionersWorkshopsResources
  home
contact us
site map

JOIN MAILING LIST  
  links newsletter photos testimonials fun & inspiration SHOP  
What is TTouch? Body Work Groundwork TTouch & Vets
Dogs Cats Birds Rabbits/ other Practitioner Training How to do the Touches
Horses - TTeam Playground of Higer Learning Practitioner Training
TTouch TTouch & Vets Puppies Clicker Training
What is Clicker Training Clicker for Shelters Articles Workshops
Practitioners in your Area How to Become a Practitioner Level Explanation
Complimentary Practitioners Products that help Healing Kennels & Catteries Pawtraits Where to buy Books & Products
DOGS      - Workshops      - Client Mornings      - Practitioner Training for
         Companion Animals
     - Lectures/Demos      - Clicker Training      - Puppy Classes CATS HORSES      - Workshops      - Practitioner Training      - Lectures/Demos/Client
         Mornings
HUMANS
 
        e-mail this page       print this page  
    ARTICLES - QUICK LINKS  
   
TTOUCH
TTOUCH & VETS
PUPPIES
CLICKER TRAINING
 
JOIN MAILING LIST
 YOU ARE HERE:
 TESTIMONIALS > Ttouch Helps Save A New Born Puppy
 
   Testimonial:
  TTOUCH HELPS SAVE A NEW BORN PUPPY
Publish Date: 2001-10-01

Eugenie
I have something I must share with you.
As you know my bitch had two puppies on Thursday, a boy and a girl. They were really doing well. However on Sunday afternoon, the bitch looked as though she were fading. I thought that the other one was just a lot bigger and did not take too much notice. By Monday, she was not well and was dehydrated. At about 15h00 I started supplement feeding. I battled through Monday night and Tuesday.

By last night I was stressed out completely. I had been trying all day to revive this little one - but she did not seem interested at all. When I got home yesterday I went and lit some candles on my altar, said a few prayers. I was sitting on my own at about 08.00 and I thought I should try some T-Touch. So I gently worked on her, just rubbing her ears, her nose area and working over her whole body. I just watched the telly and worked. Her next feed was at 10.00. I was really ready to give up.

She ate with long teeth! Anyway, I carried on doing T-Touch and eventually went to bed at around 11.00. Her next feed was due at 2.00am. I made her bottle, did all the necessary cleaning of her and then set about the task of feeding her. Well, she drank as if there was not going to be a tomorrow. It seemed as though she had decided she wanted to live after all. And she has been drinking like this ever since. I am still doing T-Touch, but not so long - just short bursts. Needless to say, I am absolutely thrilled (and exhausted). As I said, it seems as she has now got the will to live. God bless her soul.

Regards
Shanti

© 2006 TTouch - eugenie@ttouch.co.za.   All Rights Reserved.
 

Top