Here are the team that make Two Happy Tails what it is today…
Skye, green collar, born in 2011, a relaxed and friendly girlie who loves the sofa, tennis balls, a good chew on a bone. Oh, and she thinks she’s a parrot – she loves to sit on your shoulder!
Zen, red collar, born in 2012, a very loving girl who is on the autistic spectrum, with symptoms a bit like Asperger’s. She finds new things and new people challenging but she is so much more relaxed these days. She loves squeaky balls, a good neck massage and sniffing things out.
Me, a besotted pet-parent who, after losing my first Rottie, Calli, to cancer and the tender age of seven, and then watching Zen become autistic and highly reactive overnight after a vaccine reaction, became increasing interested in ways to help our pets stay healthy naturally, and find ways to support them through the traumas of living with us humans.
I spent a few years learning my skills as a dog trainer, and apply these skills today as a volunteer trainer for Dog A.I.D. (Assistance in Disability), helping people with physical disabilities to train their pet dogs to become fully qualified assistance dogs, on a level par with a guide dog.
My research has led me to read a lot of scientific papers on the impact of diet and flea/worming treatments on our dogs health, and what I discovered shocked me to the core.
Now I have the opportunity to share what I have learned about herbal self-selection, photo-therapy, exercise, energy and the bond between dogs and their humans with my clients.
The opportunity to share this with you and your dog too would bring me so much joy.