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  BODY WRAPS & TTOUCH HELP DURING THUNDER STORMS AND FIREWORKS
Testimonial By: Debby Bullivant        Publish Date: 2004-02-01

We would like to thank you for teaching us the skills to assist us to help our dog, Tammy get through the thunder storms and fireworks.
 
In our area, the fireworks must have been on special. They ranged from small nuisance crackers to large bombs that started in the morning of New Years Eve and finished around 5 am New Years Day.
 
With the aid of the half body wrap that was used on her for about 30 minutes each day over the previous two weeks together with ear work, Tammy was able to stay fairly calm until about 10 pm New Years Eve. There after we decided switch the TV off and play classical music to try and drown out the fireworks. Tammy was able to have short naps in between the very loud bangs. All these factors helped Tammy tremendously.
 
This behaviour was much improved to the previous year, Tammy used to want to climb into us for protection!

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