How to Train Deep Pressure Therapy || Service Dog Training



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A quick how-to for teaching DPT!

*** I am NOT a professional. There are many ways to teach this and this is just what worked for me.

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Free Guide! Food Hacks for Pet Health – TCVM Veterinary Food Therapy



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If you’re interested in Eastern food therapy and what it has to offer, then I’ve got great news for you. If you want to learn about warming foods and cooling foods and neutral foods and how to combine foods so that you can create energetic balance for your pet, then I’ve got a simple solution for you. We’ve got this book called the Pet Owners Guide to Eastern Food Therapy and Your Pet.

You can download it now and learn all those things and more. You can learn how to feed your pet when they have a hot disease like a dog that itches with allergies. That’s heat. What do we do? We want to balance that pet so we feed energetically cooling foods.

It’s a pretty simple concept. It’s the same reason why when you eat a jalapeno pepper and you get that burning sensation inside you. We have cucumbers in our water because they’re cooling.

Download our free ebook, Eastern Food Therapy for the Busy Pet Owner so that you can learn and empower yourself to use the energetics of foods to help your pet.

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Miniature Horses Are New Type Of Therapy Animal



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We have all heard of therapy animals such as dogs or bunnies; but what about horses? This new kind of therapy animal brings magic to whoever it visits. Gentle Carousel Miniature Therapy Horses is an all volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity. The team of tiny horses visits over 45,000 adults and children each year inside hospitals, hospice programs, police stations, fire stations and visit with children who have experienced traumatic events.

From the school children and first responders of Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT to the tornado survivors of Moore, OK, child trafficking victims in Washington D.C. and even children living in orphanages in Greece, these tiny horses bring their special love where it is needed most.

Gentle Carousel’s award winning literacy program, Reading Is Magic, also brings real horses inside schools, at risk youth programs and libraries to inspire young readers and “bring books to life”.  These ‘tiny’ heroes are bringing HUGE love to the world!

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Baby Otters Receive Physical Therapy from Colorado State University Veterinarians



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Colorado State University veterinarians and animal rehabilitation specialists provided physical therapy and a diet plan for two five-month-old otters, Emilia and Olivia, who were abandoned in Alaska and came to the Downtown Aquarium in Denver with weak bones from lack of adequate nutrition.

Therapy Dogs Help Patients Reach Their Goals



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Rutgers students are learning that dogs can play an important role in occupational therapy. Watch our video to see how the natural bond between humans and dogs motivates patients to accomplish important day-to-day tasks.

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Music Therapy for Dogs: The BEST Music to Chill Your Dog this Halloween!



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Music Therapy for Dogs: The BEST Music to Chill Your Dog this Halloween! – Desensitise your dog this Halloween with our soothing music for dogs! Watch as your pooch instantly falls in to deep relaxation with our calming music. Made by our in-house dog experts, our music will help your anxious, stressed, depressed, aggressive or tired dog relax during the spooky season! Special melodies and frequencies will help your canine chill out in seconds!
With bonfire night just round the corner, prevent barking with our firework therapy music.

Calm Your Dog have created unique and useful music designed to help dogs and puppies with anxiety and sleep problems. The music uses different techniques to calm your dog or puppy and help to reduce anxiety. It is helpful in combatting behavioural issues that can lead to dogs being destructive in the home, this includes separation anxiety.

You can leave the music playing when you leave the house to keep your dog calm and stress-free, use it for crate training, house training and other types of training, along with introducing your dog to other dogs or animals. Calm Your Dog’s music covers a range of different types of problems that new and seasoned dog owners might encounter.

Texas Children’s Therapy Dog Program



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Meet Elsa, Texas Children’s new therapy dog. Elsa is part of the hospital’s newly launched facility dog program that uses animal-assisted therapy to enhance the emotional well-being of patients who are having trouble coping with hospital stays, a new diagnosis or other traumatic experiences.

Horse Therapy ~ Peyo The Love Stallion Visits Sick People



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Heartwarming – Horse Brings Joy To Hospital Patients. Peyo is a therapy horse who brings smiles and encouragement to those who need it most. They think he has a sixth sense because he decides which rooms he wants to enter, and it’s always someone who needs him most. In this video, Peyo insists on entering a room of a young man who does not have long to live. The connection the two make will bring you to tears. This unusual therapist, known for his amazing aptitude towards humans, helps to boost morale and bring smiles to those who need it most. Routine contact with Peyo is improving patients’ mood.

Hassen Bouchakour, Peyo’s trainer from the Les Sabots du Coeur Association, says: “It is one of the most pure, honest, and sweet things.”

“They like each other very much without asking for anything else.”

Peyo meets patients and residents from pediatrics and palliative care unit, psychiatry and Alzheimer’s services. He also visits the elderly and end-of-life children at homes.

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Therapy Dogs Lend Helping Paw to Patients



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From tail wags and sloppy kisses to ear scratches and many cuddles, certified therapy dogs brighten the day of UC San Diego Health patients through the Tender Loving Canine Program. Watch how these furry friends lift the spirits of a young man battling heart failure.

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What Is Therapy Dog Training? | Dog Training



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Lots of people are interested in therapy dog training. Largely because they love their dog so much and get so much joy out of having them that they want to share that joy with others. For most organizations there’s about four steps that you need to keep in mind to prepare yourself for therapy dog training. The first is the human end of the leash needs to be trained. You can take an in home study course or workshop from any of the organizations that offer a pet partners team. And that will prepare both you and your dog for an evaluation. Secondly you need to have a health check for your dog. Most hospitals require that your dog within a year has received a full exam and health check, that they are up to date on whatever vaccines you veterinarian requires and of course most states require the rabies vaccine. We also have to make sure that therapy dogs are free of parasites and other diseases because they will be exposed to people that may be in jeopardy or sensitive to such things. When you’re ready you’re gonna take your evaluation. Keep in mind it’s not just your dog that’s being evaluated. It’s your skills and interfacing with the various clients and the various facilities that you’re interested in visiting. As much as many people want their dog to do therapy dog work, what you do wanna consider is whether that’s the right thing for your dog. Dogs that do well with this type of work are dogs that are extremely friendly and love interacting not only with you but with strangers. They also need to be comfortable in a variety of strange environments and not be easily spooked by odd movements, loud noises or unusual sounds. If you and your dog want to embark on being a pet partners team the best thing to do is to get them socialized early on when they’re puppies and to continue that training so that your dog is extremely mannerly, under your control at all times and is having a good time on his visits.