H elp Us Grow with a review! Kindly take a few moments to share your experience and please share us with your vet, friends & social media, so we can help more animal companions & their people! Call or Text To Schedule & Inquire: 214-334-8517 firstname.lastname@example.org See My Training! Movement is Life. Food & environment (lifestyle) can be the most potent, safe form of healing medicine OR the slowest, deadliest form of poison. SERVICES & OFFERINGS Animal massage with a focus on Canine therapy, CBD Balms & Tinctures, Organic Essential Oils, Light Therapy Devices, PEMF, Vibration Plates, Nutrition Guidance & Consulting, Holistic Treats, Food & Herbals, Florals, Alkalizing Greens, Supplements, & Superfoods, Organic & wild-crafted skincare, Homecare, Personal Care Member of IAAMB/ACWT – Certified Animal Massage Therapist trained in the following Modalities: CMFT (Canine Myo-Manipulative Functional Therapy, Acupressure & Laser Acupuncture, Reiki Master, T Touch, Craniosacral Therapy, ANMR – Neuro-Myofascial Release, Kinesiology Taping, Aromatherapy, Florals, PBM/Cold Light, Vibration & Sound Therapy RATES – Phone Consults – $25.00 – Great for out-of-area clients looking for nutritional or at-home therapy tool guidance. Animal Massage – $85 per therapy session. This includes any & all modalities, such as PBM (cold laser or LED), Reiki, florals, aromatherapy, used in the session. This makes it easy for the pet parent with one flat cost as each session is tailored to the individual dog (or cat). A session is typically between 30-45 minutes with the first session usually taking a bit longer. $225.00/3 session package – Great to save for a chronic condition (most dogs require at least 3 sessions to see enough progress to know this is really helping! $325.00/5 session package – Great for Chronic conditions or Foster/Rescue, purchase a block of therapy to be used within the year and save! Bodywork is a VERY good value! Veterinary offices charge as much as $85.00 for a laser session and $65-$95 for a 30-minute office visit. PureTemple therapy sessions provide quality hands-on time with the animal, including various massage & therapeutic modalities tailored to your fur child that really make a healing difference in your pet. The difference between pharmaceuticals (pain meds, steroids & bodywork is that pain meds will block the symptoms (pain & discomfort, inflammation) temporarily, as a mask, whereas therapy resolves the imbalance. Products I Sell/Market on my Website – For any questions you have on the products I promote, there is no charge to explain them to you and answer any questions. SCAN HERE TO SCHEDULE ONLINE – If you are a new client, complete the new patient form and bring with you to your appointment. While it is not necessary, I encourage new clients to also submit the veterinary form for referral by their primary vet in order to build a partnership and best wellness plan for your companion animal. My Story: At 9 1/2 my 110lb Doberman suddenly had neurological issues from spinal trauma. He could barely stand and kept falling down. The emergency vet recommended putting him down if he wasn’t better in a few days or do a 10k MRI and surgery, with zero guarantees this would help my boy. I found a holistic way to completely heal my boy that cost a lot less, was non-invasive and pleasurable for Rhett. It was seeing the miracles happen right in front of me while hearing of other pets put down way before their time that informed my career shift. Regular maintenance, such as Chiropractic and massage, and acupressure extended his quality of life massively. See for yourself! All non-invasive therapy, 3 months of bi-weekly and weekly treatments gradually tapering off to monthly maintenance to keep him balanced. Rhett Before Treatment, sudden onset Spinal Trauma Artemis Lillith Puppy Massage Training Rhett AFTER Treatment Rhett enjoying a brief massage with a walk-on appearance from Loki Buck Getting some ANMR Massage Therapy WHEN SHOULD MY DOG GET A MASSAGE? ♥ Before Vet visits to calm and relax ♥Prior to Acupuncture so treatment will be the most effective ♥ Before Animal Chiropractic so treatment will be the most effective ♥Monthly or quarterly as maintenance ♥To remedy muscle and tendon imbalances, aches & arthritis, spinal & neurological trauma ♥ Ahead and after sporting events to improve performance and reduce the potential of injury ♥ Hospice care and comfort WHAT SHOULD I DO BEFORE MY DOG’S THERAPEUTIC SESSION? ♥ Schedule for a time when your dog is normally relaxed, not during or immediately after eating ♥Groom or brush your pup will help minimize shedding and aid in palpation ♥Evacuate/Go Potty before the therapy session ♥Providing a CBD treat is optional to help your dog relax ♥ Let them know where they are going. I see many clients weekly and monthly. The dogs learn fast where they are going and look forward to it! ♥ My dog may bite or be aggressive: My hands are my livelihood and with them, I provide a space for healing many fur kids. Please muzzle your dog with a basket muzzle before the session if you are unsure whether your dog will be able to relax and not be a bite risk. ♥☻♥ ♥Sanitization Practices; a safe stabilized oxygen sanitizer spray is employed as well as fresh linens. Many times, the clients are down on the mat holding their dog or just enjoying the PEMF/Far/Near-Infrared energy while I work. I believe that by healing our fur kids, we also gain healing too and it is a calming influence for the dogs to have their humans there and participating. ♥Cancellation – Your session time is reserved for you. Last-minute cancellations mean we lose the opportunity to help another animal. Should you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please provide at least a 24-hour notice to avoid an appointment charge. Location – We are located just down from the Dallas Arboretum. People comment on the peaceful Spa atmosphere. I’ve even had people fall asleep. Rather than a clinical atmosphere, the setting is calming, homey for the client and patient. The air and any water used are purified. The materials used are natural non-toxic fibers. If your pet is infirm, house calls may be scheduled at an additional charge, please inquire. What’s involved in a therapy session? – Sessions include an experience tailored to the individual dog, (and occasionally a kitty), pulling from various methods. I utilize tools, oils, light therapy, laser acupuncture, PEMF, a far and near-infrared crystal healing mat, vibration plate, sound therapy, Kinesiology Taping, LED & laser tools, and a release tool as part of ANMR, and use the combination of modalities best suited for your pup. ANMR is a technique that addresses any muscular hypo or hypertonicities by re-establishing proper neurological input and directly releasing the spasms or trigger points in the muscles. This technique is a cornerstone of my practice and allows the body to align itself rather than providing specific force to the bones to change their position (chiropractic) ANMR is a great adjunctive, along with general massage, to chiropractic work. Do you diagnose injury or illness? As a wellness partner to your veterinarian, my practice focuses on holistic therapy, pain mediation, nutritional guidance, and disease prevention. Only a licensed veterinarian can provide you a diagnosis. That stated, if I see anything that I believe to be suspect, I will bring it to your attention and suggest you see your veterinarian. Session length is dependent upon the dog, with most sessions being 30-45 minutes. Massage therapy goes so much deeper than just petting, it is energy work and while it can be delightful for the pup, it is also a lot to process. Significant detoxification takes place with bodywork as well as healing. They tell me when their session is through. Beyond getting in my acupoints and any ANMR & PEMF therapy, I honor when the dog is ready to go. HOW To Schedule – Via veterinary referral or you may contact us directly to schedule your appointment and bring the completed new patient forms (see download docs below) with you to your first appointment. Please and particularly if your pup has experienced major trauma or illness, take the paperwork to your veterinarian to get a referral so we may work together as wellness partners for you and your pup. – Massage is not a replacement for appropriate wellness checks and veterinary care. While Animal Legislation laws do not currently specify veterinary approval for massage, we want to rule out anything serious such as broken bones, cancer, or any issue that would be contraindicated for bodywork. If your dog is undergoing any standard treatments, surgeries, etc it is important to know so that we can partner together to speed healing, such as with light therapy and kinesiology taping pre and post CCL surgery. Why is a Veterinary Signature Requested? Please download and complete the two forms below and bring them with you to your scheduled appointment. I look forward to being a wellness partner and helping your furkid feel and function better. ♥ Healing Expectations – Your pup will most likely need a few weekly (or twice weekly) sessions, not just one appointment. Therapy is not a magic pill. If you have ever recovered from an injury, required chiropractic work, acupuncture, massage or physical therapy, how long did it take for you to begin to feel and function better? In most cases, just like with any therapy you may have gone through yourself, results are individual, cumulative over time, and require you to adhere to the treatment plan suggested. Although this does happen, it is rare to have a situation where one session results in 100% cure. Many people find me after their pet has been in pain and imbalance a long time and may have also gone to other places and not found relief. I understand the time, expense, and frustration involved in this but ask that you come prepared to allow this therapy to work. It is common for me to see patients twice a week, or weekly for several sessions (typically 4-5 treatments) to get to a place of healing, improvement, and stability that we can then build on with a maintenance plan. Better Doesn’t Mean Stop Treatment! I have folks who bring their dog once and already the spine is no longer as roached, they feel better so the dog begins playing again with toys or is otherwise showing joy. The pet parent can sometimes interpret this as ‘Oh, great, we are done with therapy!’ They speak in their language and are telling you “thank you!” They DO feel much better but this doesn’t mean they are 100% and ready to stop treatments. Please adhere to the treatment plan and derive full benefits for you and your pup! ♥ Whether the imbalance is sudden (acute) or chronic conditions, those situations where the dog has been limping, stutter walking, moving with a hunched or roached spine, or what have you for months or even years, allow time for the treatments to create a space for wellness. Older dogs and those with arthritis, hip dysplasia, spinal trauma, or other longer-term complaints may require weekly or bi-weekly therapy for some time to regain mobility before migrating to a maintenance plan and there are elders that see me regularly and need that tune-up to keep them going! Obviously, anything broken, torn most likely requires surgery. So far, every individual who’s followed the treatment plan provided has seen great improvements in their beastie & is off all pain medication but we must honor each animal as an individual, consider the condition and then honor the healing process. I wish everyone the healing they wish for but also the grace and patience to receive it. Vitality begins with our lifestyle choices . How we live affects our entire family, including our fur kids. Trained in Functional Medicine through Hippocrates Health Institute, certified in animal massage & nutrition through Holistic Animal Studies, we provide canine therapy, nutritional/supplement guidance & offer wellness products & tools to empower people & their fur kids. From clean, organic personal care products to mobility tools, supplements & CBD that can help the entire family. Not to be missed is our Dr. Harvey’s holistic food and supplements for the four-leggeds in your life. ♥ Just like MDs, veterinarians are not taught nutrition in vet school. Like me, they must take additional studies to provide nutritional assistance. If you are seeking quality meals for your furkid, in addition to amazing therapeutic animal massage, you will find great information here! – Share us WIth Your Vet! DFW is growing in holistic awareness & Pet Parents are seeking these therapies out! Best life quality is achieved with a complimentary mix of holistic and allopathic wellness. Sharing your story and experience helps grow awareness within the veterinary community. By sharing us, you are helping other pet parents and literally save animals by giving your veterinarian a place they can refer their clients to so that together, we can be wellness partners, providing every pet with the best care plan. For veterinarians in the DFW market who are unfamiliar with small animal therapy, we’re happy to work with and partner with you and share what we offer. For those needing veterinary recommendations, please see my ‘recommended page for veterinarians I work with who can also get your veterinary form signed as well.
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