Stress Relief for Cats, Dogs
and Small Animals
Is your animal displaying any
of these symptoms of stress?
Management for animals addresses your
pet's physical and emotional stress and create an effective
treatment plan that will help you manage
is achieved through the
situational stress assessments, environmental
recommendations, Therapeutic Touch© treatments, and
owner home care. Referrals may be made to other
practitioners i.e. massage therapist, chiropractor,
acupuncturist, veterinarian or hydrotherapy clinic.
and treatment plans
are done on location. They involve collecting
and analyzing information about physical conditions,
environmental factors and emotional influences that may be
contributing to the animal's current symptoms, illness or
appointments are scheduled to monitor and re-assess the
continued effectiveness of the plans and progress of the horse.
involve environment changes, physical activity, diet and feeding schedule changes
and behavioural supports.
B.M.E. Stress Management Assessments and treatment plans are available to
manage chronic stress conditions in Highly Sensitive Animals.
We provide in-home or hospital
stress management for patients and their families to help
manage the stress of medical procedures and pain management,
emotional stress, cancer treatment, grief and loss, chronic pain
Martha Hoey is a B.M.E.
Stress Management Specialist.
She works with owners and
their small animals to help them
manage the stress caused by
She also works
with highly sensitive people
Martha Hoey, B. Ed., B.F.A., R.T.T.P.T., Equine Health and
Disease Prevention, University of Guelph
"My dog was highly sensitive to
new people on the property. He was very protective of his
home and aggressive. His potential for biting was
increasing and I was concerned that visitors would be bitten.
Martha's treatment helped him to release his fears of not
feeling safe. She was also able to give me homeopathic and
Bach Flower remedies that would help him to be more confident
with strangers." L. S.
"My cat's time for passing had
finally come. He was diagnosed with cancer and was feeling
very lost and alone. Martha's Therapeutic Touch session
helped him pass on peacefully." M. R.
Touch is a treatment that
release the stressful energy
of tension and shock that can cause
are available to prepare an animal for a new situation as well as
to assist their recovery from a stressful experience.
Touch is a stress management healing
practice commonly used in hospitals and hospices to help
alleviate the on-set of stress and pain associated with many
standard treatments and procedures. It
is used at Columbia University Hospital in heart surgery, to
relieve pre and post operative stress, thereby significantly
improving recovery time.