Copper Pines is very proud to introduce a new approach to helping overcome mental and emotional trauma in dogs.
Candidates for this Trauma Clinic include dogs with:
- Suspected or known abuse
- Feelings of being abandoned when rehomed, or stress during transitions
- Being attacked by other dogs or animals
- Trauma from a natural disaster, vehicle accident, life experience
- Loss of a friend, family member or pack mate
Symptoms of mental/emotional trauma may include:
- Chronic anxiety
- Pacing, hypervigilance, sleep disturbances, easily startled
- Separation anxiety
- Digestive, skin and coat, and generalized health problems
- Unpredictable aggression or aggressive outbursts
- Avoidance of certain people, place or situations
- Extreme fear, shaking, hiding, urination and/or defection when triggered
Our Canine Emotional Trauma Clinic approaches your dog’s emotional trauma from 4 perspectives:
Physical – Dr. Danielle, owner of Prairie View Veterinary Services, offers an osteopathic approach to healing using a sympathetic overdrive protocol. This protocol uses hands-on energetic clearing to remove barriers in the adrenal and sympathetic nervous system.
Mental/Emotional – Dr. Mike, who specializes in energy work, uses a hands-off system of identifying and clearing mental and emotional barriers to healing in the body.
Cognitive – Cassie, owner of Off Leash K9 Training Central MN and Copper Pines, specializes in dog training and rehabilitation. She’ll provide personalized training exercise recommendations to build trust and confidence in the rehabilitation process, helping your dog change how they think about/react to triggers.
Supplemental – We’ll provide personalized recommendations and samples (if available) of supplemental aids to healing.
Date: November 19th, appointment times available starting at noon
Time: approximately 2 hours on site in Osakis