Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Puppy Awareness Week: is your dog barking for Bowen?

It’s currently Puppy Awareness Week, which ironically creates the acronym PAW.

This week aims to celebrate the joy that puppies bring to our lives while also informing potential puppy owners about the responsible way to buy and care for them.

They may look cute, but puppies can be very hyperactive and hard to control.

Behavioural problems can include biting, barking, jumping and urinating.

Sometimes it’s hard to know how to calm them down.

Why not try Bowen!
 
 
That’s right; the work of Tom Bowen has been developed in a number of ways to apply to animals.
 
 
Dogs and horses respond particularly well to the treatment, aiding any muscular or seasonal problems they may have.
 
 
However, it also works wonderfully in helping animals relax and can just be a nice calming treat for them.
 
 
We’re finding that people who have never had a Bowen treatment themselves are bringing their pets to try the technique.
 
 
Thepractitioner makes small, rolling movements over muscles, tendons, ligaments and soft tissue at precise points, using only the amount of pressure appropriate for the animal.

 
No hard-tissue manipulation or force is needed or used.




Between each set of moves, your pet can rest for a few minutes, to allow them to absorb the information they have received and initiate any healing or calming processes.





If you want to see if Bowen could help your pet, get in touch with the European Guild of Canine Bowen Therapists on 01728 621 488 or info@caninebowentechnique.com.You can also visit www.caninebowentechnique.com


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