care Products

Large Lavender Waterless Shampoo

A great solution for dogs that don't like baths or a quick way to freshen up your dog before company comes! Keep your dog smelling fantastic with this all natural waterless shampoo. Made of glass with a rotating top to open and sprinkle.

Directions: Part fur, sprinkle waterless shampoo on skin and rub. Remove excess with a towel or hair dryer.

Ingredients: Tapioca Flour, Baking Soda, Lavender Essential Oil.

CAUTION: Do not use on cats.

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Small Lavender Waterless Shampoo

 A great solution for dogs that don't like baths or a quick way to freshen up your dog before company comes! Keep your dog smelling fantastic with this all natural waterless shampoo.

Directions: Part fur, sprinkle waterless shampoo on skin and rub. Remove excess with a towel or hair dryer.

Ingredients: Tapioca Flour, Baking Soda, Lavender Essential Oil.

CAUTION: Do not use on cats.

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Anti-Itch Spray
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Anti-Itch Spray

This is a great way to help dogs with itchy skin! For dogs with grass and pollen allergies, spray their feet and wipe dry after being outside. Spray itchy skin areas on other areas of the body avoiding any open wounds, the face and genitals.

CAUTION: Do not use on cats.

Ingredients: Distilled Water, Green Tea, Apple Cider Vinegar, Essential Oils: Citronella, Rosemary, Lemongrass, Tea Tree, Lavandin, Myrtle.

One 16 ounce bottle.

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Salt Soak

A great solution for itchy dogs with allergies! One bag is used for a standard size tub for soaking large dogs. For small dogs, divide the salt and use for multiple soaks.

Directions: After shampooing and rinsing the dog to remove allergens from the skin, add salt soak to warm water and dissolve. Soak the dog in the warm salt water for 15 minutes, pouring the salt water over their neck and back. Drain the salt soak and thoroughly rinse all salt from the skin and fur.

CAUTION: Do not use on cats. Do not use if a dog has open wounds or is pregnant. Do not allow the dog to drink the salt water. Consult with your veterinarian before using a salt soak.

Ingredients: Epsom Salt, Lavender Essential Oil.

Two cup in one bag. 

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Wellness SEssions

Wellness sessions are a great way to support your animal’s healing process from injury, disease or behavioral issues. I work in conjunction with your veterinarian’s recommendations and diagnosis to provide additional support and insight creating a holistic healing system for your animal. A first time session is 90 minutes long, giving us the time needed for evaluation and treatment Follow up sessions are 60 minutes long. A session treatment plan is based on the current need of the animal and is comprised of Healing Touch for Animals techniques, massage techniques, Lymphatic Drainage techniques and the use of Young Living essential oils.

First time session

We will arrange a time for me to come see your animal for the session at your location. You will fill out a paper with general information, pay for the session and we will talk about what is happening with your animal. Based on that conversation and evaluation of the animal, I will then use techniques that I think will best support the animal in its recovery process. Small animal sessions are done sitting on the floor or in a chair/couch, depending on what is most comfortable for the animal. The needed session environment is one without distraction and low noise level so that the animal feels free to relax and receive the work.

  • Outcalls are limited to a service radius of 10 miles and include the cities of Colleyville, Bedford, Hurst, North Richland Hills, Euless, Keller, Watauga.
  • Phone consults are also an option. With the help of Skype, we can talk about what is happening with your animal and I can give you some recommendations.
  • 90 minute first time sessions are $90
  • 60 minute follow up sessions are $70

If you are interested in a session for your pet, please use the Contact page to send me a message and we can talk on the phone about what your pet needs.


Healing Touch for Animals

is an energy field therapy that promotes self-healing. HTA techniques use light touch or near body touch to clear, balance and stabilize the animal’s energy system to promote healing. HTA is used in veterinary hospitals, training facilities, shelters and homes to assist animals in their healing process and well being through each stage of their life. Healing Touch for Animals can assist with:

  • Pain control

  • Trauma
  • Anxiety and stress reduction
  • Grief
  • Separation issues
  • Competition performance
  • Behavior modification
  • Healing from accidents and injuries
  • Overall well-being
  • Health issues
  • Disease prevention
  • Training focus
  • Deepen animal/human bond
  • Ease the dying process & support during euthanasia

The self-healing physical responses are the building blocks that the body uses to create healing. These responses include regulating the immune system, building enzymes, regulating hormones, releasing toxins, healthy cell growth, release of endorphins, relaxing muscles, increasing circulation, elevating oxygen, absorption of nutrients, relaxing the body and promoting healing.

Lymphatic Drainage Therapy

A gentle, light touch, noninvasive technique that reduces inflammation, pain, discomfort, and promotes detoxification through fluid and blood flow. Clearing lymph nodes of congestion and increasing lymph flow throughout the body supports the body in its healing process.

Massage Therapy

This can help relax muscle tissue, reduce pain, improve circulation, detoxify the body, release nerve impingement and improve blood and lymphatic flow.

Young Living Essential Oils

Support the body’s health and wellness through each plant’s molecular properties, called constituents, which activate the body’s natural health. Oils provide balancing through the sense of smell by working directly with the Limbic system of the body that activates olfactory responses. Stimulating the olfactory responses send signals to the brain pertaining to the individual oil, while the physiological response of the body taps into the constituents of the plant. This process connects with the physiological functions and supports the body. Essential oils are not a prescription but a suggestion to the owner about how essential oils may be of benefit. My role as a practitioner regarding the use of essential oils is to offer information about the oils and allow the care person to make the decision of actual usage. The integrity and quality of essential oils is important when using them to support health so I have chosen to use Young Living products.

The use and application of essential oils are suggestions offered from personal experience and study of the essential oil properties. Refer to a licensed medical or veterinary professional for medical care.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Canine Water Therapy

Water therapy uses the properties of water (buoyancy, viscosity, resistance and hydrostatic pressure) to enable a dog to move its joints without fighting gravity. The benefits include:

  • Enhance range of motion/ flexibility
  • Strengthen muscles
  • Relieve muscle spasm
  • Maintain and/or improve mobility
  • Reduce weight bearing stresses on painful joints
  • Improves respitory and cardiovascular function
  • Alleviate pain
  • Promote well-being
  • Assist in weight loss and management
  • Promote general fitness

This option is only available if you have your own pool or want to pay for the use of the canine therapy pool in Lewisville, Texas.