Michael Haxeltine, last year’s Chair of Waverley Dowsers recounts his third case relating to healing a dog.
The dog in questions was being retired from active duty with a police and was due to be rehomed many miles away from her duty area. This made a follow up difficult. However, now some months after she had been rehomed I received positive feedback to the effect that she had little trouble with previous stiffness.
My opportunity to dowse came about because of casual conversation with the handler. It transpired that the dog had a condition known as Grasilus muscle contractor; basically stiffness in the legs.
I offered my services to see if I could help the dog and showed the handlers how she could also do what I what I was doing.
It is difficult to get feedback about working with animals and I only had a few days before the dog left the area.
I obtained dowsing access to this normally very active dog and dowsed the dog in her kennel with the Handler present. The handler told me later that she was amazed that the dog was not phased by me.
Thus the dog was going to a family who did not know its history so a follow up was unlikely. I made a plan of action and formulated my intent.
The dog at most times was full of beans but had a muscle problem in a leg after activity. I assessed her against my gigahertz’s scale which indicated a problem.
Of course it is difficult to measure ones effectiveness when dowsing an animal but I used two means a] the Gigahertz scale template and b] an aura assessment with a dowsing rods. The later had the caveat that the dog did not perceive the rod as a weapon
The dog, a public order trained dog, had seen me on many occasions but never in her kennel space so it was a matter of concern for the dog, the Handler and myself as to how she would react. This is what happened on Visit one.
I did an aura check before starting to dowse and found it to be approx. 14” with one dowsing rod. The dog accepted me doing this and seemingly not perceiving this to be weapon. The Handler was gently holding this normally boisterous dogs head.
The Dog was calm and receptive; much to the surprise of the handler. I dowsed for the location of dowsing need and found a strong reaction on one side. Then I took the handler through a very quick exercise to feel for a problem.
Then I start to pendulum dowse. For nearly ten minutes I obtained both positive and negative gyrations whilst holding my hand over the area for dowsing. I then checked to see if I should continue with dowsing.
I then dowsed for her physical aura and that had increased to approx. 20”. I then dowse for the time interval between this and session Two.
Session Two was a repeat of Visit One and dowsing in the same location. There was a greater amount of positive gyrations than in the previous dowsing.
The Dog was quite stiff after the session but seem to loosen up quicker
On Visit Three the Dog was very active, although visibly distressed after the activity; she still allowed me into her space to treat her.
The Handler, much to her surprised observed the Dog was quicker to loosening up which freed her hind movement better.
I dowse again to assess if there was any other place I should be dowsing.
Dowsing was called for in two places left and right of body and over the site of the first there was “calling” for both positive and negative gyrations. The dog by this time had really accepted me. The feedback was that the dog appeared to be walking a little better but still tired after exertion.
My aura check had not dropped from approximately 20”. The Gigahertz reading had also increased – I cannot find my note to say how much!
I took the Dog Handler through what I was aiming for and how I was doing it. Fifteen days after the first dowsing treatment I noticed (in my own home) that on my *Gigahertz’s scale the levels had risen above what I rated as a danger level.
I enclose the photograph of the dog for you to dowse and make your own assessment of my dowsing assessment which would make very interesting feedback for me. (Mike)
I did not carry out dowsing protection for myself on the first visit but did so for the Handler. An oversight I suggest that you do not repeat.
Now some months afterwards the feedback is good with the dog showing only occasional stiffness. This could also be due to the removal of stress from this working dog and the love of the family she is with.
For obvious reason I have not mentioned the Police Force nor the Handler by name. I believe that I have given her confidence to help another animal and I have gained confidence in the application of a Bovis type scale in the service of the community.