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Animals

Dogs

An amazing recovery for a tiny dog after a pit bull attack

EFt Tapping Outdated ImageNote: This is one of 3,000 articles written prior to the updated Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tapping Tutorial™. As a result, it is likely outdated. It provides practical uses for EFT Tapping but you should also explore our newest advancement, Optimal EFT, by reading our free e-book, The Unseen Therapist™, and/or get help from a Certified EFT Practitioner.

Note: This article assumes you have a working knowledge of EFT. Newcomers can still learn from it but are advised to peruse our Free Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tutorial™ for a more complete understanding.

Hi Everyone,

Bring this article by Patricia Hodge to the attention of your veterinarians. They frequently see badly injured animals and would appreciate knowing about EFT. Notice the time delay in this case. This is to be expected from time to time.

Hugs, Gary


By Patricia Hodge

Woody is a 4 pound Papillon breed dog who was attacked in his own yard by 2 pit bull mix intruders that had been running loose in the neighborhood. He was found by one of his young housemates, dying from blood loss and shock. He was rushed to a veterinarian who found two puncture wounds, a cracked rib and a collapsed lung. The vet thought he had been shot, but found no exit wounds or foreign objects on the x-ray. He was kept by the vet for supportive treatment, but would not eat.

He was brought home, but recovery was slow. He was badly bruised throughout his underside. His lung did not re-inflate. He trembled around strangers. He refused to go past the point in the yard where he had been attacked.

It was almost a week after the incident when his owner spoke with me on the phone. She agreed that tapping couldn't hurt. We tapped for her guilt for not minding him while he was in the yard, her sadness for his suffering, her anxiety about his wellbeing, her anger that the fence had not been mended in time to protect the dog. We tapped for the child who found Woody. Then we tapped for Woody.

Even though it's hard to breathe... I have so much pain... they were so big... I couldn't get away... I did my best to warn my family... they could have hurt my boys... I am truly a big brave dog... I protected my family... I'm much bigger and braver than people know... They can't hurt me anymore... This is my yard... I'm safe now..."

Woody showed no major changes until 24 hours later when his energy returned in full force and he reclaimed his space. At the follow up visit to the vet his owner was told by the vet that Woody had an "amazing recovery." His owner reports "He behaves as if it never happened."

Patty Hodge

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