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 TESTIMONIALS > A 30 Minute Session Saves A Dog’s Life
 
   Testimonial:
  A 30 MINUTE SESSION SAVES A DOG’S LIFE
Testimonial By: Linda Tellington-Jones        Publish Date: 2001-11-01

"I want to share an inspiring TTouch story that I heard this morning while attending the annual Hawaii Island Humane Society Dog Walk with our West Highland terrier, Raynee.

"We sometimes hear the comment that TTEAM and the TTouch takes time, and with all of our busy schedules, who has extra time? This is a story of a 10-minute wonder.
Niki, a humane society volunteer employee, had attended an evening TTouch seminar that we gave during the Companion Animal Advanced Training here in February. Since that evening she has been using TTouch regularly in the shelter.

"Several weeks ago a German Shepard I shall call ’Shep’, to make the story more poignant, was turned into the shelter on the day that dogs are euthanased. Shep sat, dejected and unresponsive, in the back of the kennel. "The vet assistant thought the dog looked like she might be sick with the debilitating disease, Parvo, and put her on the list for euthanasia. Niki asked if she could have a chance to use TTouch and was told, ’Ok, go ahead. but you have only 30 minutes before I’m going to put the dog down.’

"Niki said she worked the ears, and did a little TTouch all over the body, certainly not more than 10 minutes. At the end of the short session Shep perked up, followed Niki to the kennel door wagging her tail, and was given a reprieve.

"Four days later she was adopted!
"That’s the kind of story that keeps me and Robyn and all our practitioners juiced and enthusiastic to share this work."

Linda Tellington-Jones

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