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TTouch® with Companion Animals with TTouch instructor Debby Potts in Rockville, Maryland October 1-3 and October 1-6

Participants new to Tellington TTouch are welcome. This training counts towards Practitioner Certification. Dog Trainers: CCPDT CEU’s available. NCBTMB members earn CE’s Reserve Your Space Today! For information about cost, registration, directions, logistics, accommodation, etc., contact local coordinator Advanced Practitioner Pam Wanveer at: 240-274-2432 From Debby: I am looking forward to teaching in Rockville. I […]

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Using the BEMER and TTouch for You and Your Animals: Listen to Our Conference Call

Replay the Conference Call! Dial: 712-775-7039 Meeting Pin: 359082# Using the BEMER and TTouch for you and your animals! Listen to the recorded conference call of Linda discussing the BEMER and TTouch for you and your animals (recorded Tuesday, June 7, 2016) BEMER: A Physical Vascular Therapy Product In just 16 minutes a day, BEMER applications boost the […]

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10 days til Earlybird Deadline for TTouch for Dogs in Maryland in March

Announcing our Tellington TTouch Introductory Two- and *Three-day Workshops with Dogs St. Michaels, Maryland March 30 & 31, and March 30 – April 1 Early bird discount until February 15 Taught by Pam Wanveer, Advanced Tellington TTouch Practitioner. Pam has been working with Tellington TTouch for twenty years and is one of our Advanced Practitioners […]

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Turtle TTouch + The Body and Head Wraps = The Gift Wrap of Comfort for Dachshund Gracie

Turtle TTouch + The Body and Head Wraps = The Gift Wrap of Comfort for Dachshund Gracie

I received this communication from Marsha T. Wallace via our Tellington Training message boards on Yahoo. She reports an interesting and effective combination of Turtle TTouches and the body wrap for her severely thunderstorm-sensitive Dachshund Gracie. If your dog suffers from the same symptoms as Gracie, consider trying what Marsha has done.

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Annual Downtime in Virginia Reveals A TTouch Success Story: Reggie the Dog

Annual Downtime in Virginia Reveals A TTouch Success Story: Reggie the Dog

The week after my May Virginia training for humans in Charlottsville, Virginia, and the weeklong TTouch training for horses with Pamela Woolley, I spent four days at the home of Pam and John Wanveer. This downtime with Pam and John has become an annual event and I have the pleasure meeting many of Pam’s regular TTouch clients with their dogs. I took this photo of Pam doing a Heart Hug on Reggie with Mike getting ready to practice, and am pleased to share Mike’s remarkable story of how Pam and TTouch made such a difference to Reggie.

Reggie’s Story

by Mike Hummel

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In September of 2007 Reggie, our eight-and-a-half-year-old blue merle Australian Shepherd mix, tore a ligament in her back left leg and had surgery. Needless to say, the surgery took its toll on our formerly high energy, active pup, and her recovery was a slow arduous process filled with physical therapy at home and at the vet. Two months after surgery, right around Thanksgiving, the vet pronounced her sufficiently healed that she could resume most of her normal activities with the caveat that she still needed to build strength and stamina. We took her to one more physical therapy visit after that and looked forward to continued improvement.

We owe Pam a lot for saving Reggie’s other leg, helping rehab the damaged one, and also giving us back the Reggie we had when she was young. More affectionate, more confident, more fun than she has been in years! And Reggie loves Pam—the mere mention of her name makes both of Reggie’s floppy ears stand straight up!

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