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Animals

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EFT for a pet

EFt Tapping Outdated ImageNote: This is one of 3,000 articles written prior to the updated Gold Standard (Official) EFT Tapping Tutorial™. As a result, it is likely outdated.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.

Hi Everyone,

Snake bites are fairly rare but their consequences can be severe. Note how Paula Fiedler uses EFT to speed the recovery process on her dog. Note also that the same process can be applied to people.

Hugs, Gary


By Paula Fiedler

I am writing to share my experience with using EFT on my dog after he was bitten by a snake late one night.  He had gone outside for his relief and came back in limping and bleeding from his right foot.  We found the wounds and took immediate action with Benadryl, ice and trying to squeeze out some of the venom.  His foot and leg began to swell and he was in great pain.  He is a small terrier type dog and is 14 years old.  We were in a remote area and unable to access emergency vet care, so I spent the night up with him.

His foot and leg began to swell to almost 4 times its normal size and he was very miserable.  I remembered one of the stories about a horse with a leg injury and using EFT successfully with the horse.  I began gently tapping along his spine for the pain, swelling and poison. [GC COMMENT: The meridians are all accessible from both sides of the spine.]

Soon he was able settle down and get some rest.  By the morning, I had him loaded and was on my way home where I knew I had meds and additional treatment options available for him.  The swelling in his foot and leg was beginning to decrease and he seemed not to be in so much distress. 

I continued with the EFT throughout that day and took him to the vet the following morning.  The vet didn't think it was a snakebite because the swelling was by then very minimal.  When he shaved his foot he found the fang marks and gave us antibiotics and cream.  My dog couldn't walk on the foot for a couple of days, but with the EFT and meds, he is now doing great.  Thank YOU EFT for helping with my beloved animal.

Sincerely,

Paula Fiedler

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