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Update: July 6, 2022

Big Celebrations and Loud Noises

What's fun for people can be horrible for animals.

The next three days will be filled with the loud cracks, bangs and flashes of fireworks across the U.S. For our animal companions — dog, cat, iguana, you name it! — those loud noises can trigger anxiety and stress, and be harmful to their health.

Nature Healing Process Paper

In the Nature Healing Process for Companion Animals you work with nature to support your companion animals' health.

When it comes to their health issues, nature is the best and most efficient healing assistant. This is for any companion animal — cat, dog, ferret, hamster, parakeet, box turtle, horse, pot-belly pig, mouse . . . If it's your "pet" and it needs help for any illness, chronic fear or injury and trips to the vet, use this process.

ETS for Humans

Important: In addition to the instructions, you will need ETS for Humans to maintain your balance while working with the process.

dog hiding

If the family dog trembles uncontrollably or tries to hide in that 1-inch gap between your couch and the wall when fireworks are going off (and sometimes for days afterward), you can address the issue with the Nature Healing Process for Companion Animals. Make this holiday or any similar stressful event easier on them.

Note: If more than one animal companion is having trouble, you will need to do a separate process for each of them.

You ma y already have the instructions, or need an update. The Nature Healing Process for Companion Animals was published in 2013. It improved on and replaced the Nature Healing Coning for Animals, which had been helping folks work with nature to assist their animals since the early 1990s. If you own a copy of MAP, look up Chapter 11 in your book. If it says, "Nature Healing Coning for Animals," you need to replace it with this new process.

 

The Emergency Solution for Animals

ETS for Animals

A dose of ETS for Animals can make all the difference. It is for all animals, not just dogs and cats. In an emergency, injury or trauma you will administer one dose every five minutes for twenty minutes.

ETS for Animals is not required for the Nature Healing Process.

scaredy cat

If you know the day ahead will be difficult for your furry friend, give them a dose (12 drops) of ETS for Animals at the start of the day to shore them up before the potentially challenging situation or event happens. This includes thunderstorms, visits to the vet, house construction, house guests and fireworks. Then, when the stressful event starts, give them a dose. If needed, continue the doses every five minutes for twenty minutes.

A lot of times an animal will learn to willingly take their Solution dosage if you work with them a little and encourage them a lot. Machaelle gives several tips for safely giving the drops to finicky cats and dogs here.