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Help Your Tripawd Relax with TTouch Video-on-Demand

When a Tripawd is feeling tired and sore from surgery or cancer treatments, consider trying TTouch to help your pet relax. TTouch Therapy was developed by animal expert Linda Tellington Jones, and millions of pet pawrents use it every day to help their companion animals relax.

What it TTouch?

TTouch – the Tellington TTouch – is a method based on circular movements of the fingers and hands all over the body. The intent of the TTouch is to activate the function of the cells and awaken cellular intelligence – a little like “turning on the electric lights of the body.” Using a combination of specific touches, lifts, and movement exercises, TTouch helps to release tension and increase body awareness.

Linda’s website gives more details about this easy relaxation therapy, and she also demonstrates it here:

Like most holistic therapies, the traditional scientific community finds that there is a lack of “hard” evidence about TTouch’s effectiveness. But thousands of people around the world know that it worked on their animals, and it can work on yours too. It’s not hard to learn this drug-free method of pain management.  For $14.99, The Tellington TTouch Video on Demand can get you started on the basics, bring lasting pain relief to your Tripawd and bring the two of you closer together.

15 Responses to “Help Your Tripawd Relax with TTouch Video-on-Demand”

  1. Yes!! I have been doing Ttouch for years on my animals…started out with horses and now on my dogs! Maggie adores it!! Ahhhhh….relaxation… I did some on her last nite after her walk as she got stuck in the snow and struggled to get out again(she can’t seem to remember to stay on the trail!)….so I did ttouch and massage on her one rear leg and she was all better again 😉 No more soreness… 🙂

    Tracy, Maggie’s Mom

  2. Hey Tracy! You should post that anxiety wrap! It could do wonders for some of these guys anxious about just actually going to the vet! :-))

  3. You should post that anxiety wrap!

    Anxiety wrap?!?! Is that anything like the Calming Cap Jerry reviewed?

  4. Do you have a thundershirt? Those things look cool! Do they really work?

  5. I have a body wrap TTouch shirt – but nope, it doesn’t work for Haley, my thunderstorm fearful dog….nothing works for that!! Or at least, I haven’t found the magic cure for my noise phobic dog…

    Tracy

  6. Hmmmm…we’d love to see what that t-shirt ooks like.

    Have you tried Doggie Relaxation music?
    http://tinyurl.com/ya695u8

  7. I’ll take a picture with it on Maggie so you can see it 🙂

    No, never tried doggie relaxation music…..but way cool it worked on Wyatt! I’ll have to get some! Which one does Wyatt prefer? 😉

    Tracy

  8. Would love to see it. As for Wyatt’s musical tastes…well, he doesn’t have much of any because he’s too much of a spaz to notice. Seems like anything calming and relaxing will do. We don’t even think it’s working, until we ignore him for a bit, then turn around and see him sleeping in his crate.

  9. This is the one I’ve seen…..
    https://anxietywrap.com/Store/Product.aspx?prod=fed5cf45-df82-4250-abe0-9e418f0df139

    I have used an ace bandage wrapped around one of my reactive dogs and it really does work…..maybe it just confuses him but it does work….LOL

  10. Yep, that’s the one I have 🙂

    Tracy

  11. Neat! Does it come in faux leopard print? That would be too cool!

    Gina, what/where does the ace bandage get wrapped around? Belly?

  12. Hey Jerry, well, I have Jack Russells so the ace bandage is handy for them because it’s large enough to wrap their front ends pretty well. I start at the shoulders and criss cross my way to the torso. It’s pretty comfy material to, lots of stretch as you probably know. Maybe I’ll take a picture for you to see…….:-D

  13. For Wyatt, one ace bandage is enough to wrap his leg. Or maybe his muzzle 😉

  14. He He that would be funny Wyatt 😀

  15. FYI: Dr. Patty Kuhly is looking to interview anyone who has dealt with a tough case of “Storm Phobia”or a successfully treated their pet for thunder/noise issues. See today’s Dolittler post about noise and storm phobia in pets for details.

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