I wanted to share what happened to my 10 year old Lab/Australian dog name Deva. I noticed that she was beginning to limp holding her left leg up a lot. Upon checking her leg out I found her knee just did not feel right. I knew she had sprained her leg running hard and tripping in a hole in the yard about 4 months earlier. So I called Ann Lally to have her "take a look". I also told Ann Deva was not wanting to eat for the past 3 days and didn't seem very happy. Deva is a love and is always happy! Ann offered to do medical intuit work on Deva and Scaler Wave. I jumped at the chance, as she had helped my 18 year old kitty gain quality of life as she passed a few years back. The next day Deva ate willingly and had a bounce to her step. Her attitude was so much better that I would say she was smiling!! And her limp was about half of what it had been.
I was very delighted and it was obvious that so was Deva. I will continue to have Ann check in on Deva and all of my other wonderful pets to help keep them healthy and happy! -- Jenn
----- I called Ann because my dog was fence fighting every time we went for a walk and it was making me very anxious. Ann talked with Sunny and and did some tapping on both myself and Sunny. We were both so relaxed after the tapping! Anyway, the next day I took Sunny for a walk... no fence fighting! None. We had a free and easy walk. I was, frankly, astonished because the problem seemed so out of control, but the solution was really very simple. -- Stephen
----- I adopted a new dog; shortly after she arrived she started digging in the backyard. Both my dog and I talked with Ann and after only a couple of sessions tapping she patrols for rats rather than digging, a wonderful improvment! -- Becky
----- I adopted a new cat who was extremely unhappy about being in a new home; he peed outside the litter box, hid under the bed and hissed whenever one of us would go near him. I emailed Ann in a near panic. Ann worked with us a few times and soon Stewie was a loving, well-behaved member of the family. The effect wasn't instantaneous, but it was profound. -- Cameron