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Distance Reiki Treatment for Pets & Small Animals

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15 minute Distance Reiki Session for Pets and Smaller Animals - for cats, dogs, small pets, birds, reptiles, rodents & more!

Reiki is a beautiful and powerful energy that brings healing, relaxation and rejuvenation to the body, mind and spirit.

This listing is for a 15 minute Distance Reiki Session which is most suitable for smaller pets.. Smaller animals generally don't need a very long Reiki session, so this is a cost-effective shorter treatment for pets and smaller animals.

For larger animals including horses, livestock, large zoo animals please see my Reiki for Horses listing.

A distance Reiki session is ideal to comfort and assist a pet who is unwell or recovery from illness or injury. This gentle technique it sent from a distance so will not disturb your pet or animal friend. No need for them to travel or have a stranger in their home!

Once you have booked, I will confirm when the energies will be sent to your or to your pet. Please provide the animal's name, species or a photo for me to focus on.

Please also tell me if the animal has any illness or injuries you'd like my Reiki guides to look at.

This is suitable for any smaller animal, and is completely safe and with no contraindications. 

The Reiki energies are guided by their own god-consciousness and they will do whatever the animal recipient needs most at that time.

Everybody's experience of Reiki is unique, but many people report that they feel generally more relaxed, sleep better or perhaps find that they recover faster from injury or illness.

There are no guarantees of course, and this is not intended to replace traditional medical treatment, nor do we claim to offer any "cures" but we know from the teachings of Dr Mikao Usui that each person will get what their soul needs at exactly at that moment in time.


Legal Disclaimer:

Reiki is a complementary therapy and is intended to work alongside any other treatment you are receiving, not replace it.

If you think your pet is ill or injured, then you must still contact your vet or a suitable qualified medical practitioner for animals.