massage therapy treatments from Pawsitive Touch relieved my
Golden, Cassie, of chronic stiffness in her rear legs which
caused an awkward gait and hindered her ability to get up from a
laying position without pain. As a bonus, she is now more
energetic and interactive with her siblings, and a perpetual
goofy grin is back on her beautiful face! Thanks for
helping my girl enjoy life again!
do I begin to thank you for the healing and joy that you have
brought into my and my sweet dog Belle’s lives. Belle
has been my best friend and traveling companion for over 12
years now, but this past year she had to stop traveling with me
because I could see how uncomfortable she was – age was
catching up with her. She had been diagnosed with fairly
advanced arthritis in her right front and back legs plus had
very serious muscle spasms in her lower back from a previous
back injury. And if that weren’t bad enough, she was
also diagnosed with Cushing’s disease (over production of
adrenalin) – I was not willing to put my 12 year old
sweetheart on chemotherapy. So in searching out
alternative health solutions, I was blessed to find you.
And though people may at first be skeptical about Reiki, massage
and essential oils, you just can’t argue with the results –
after just a few treatments with you, Belle seemed 5 years
younger – in fact friends in the neighborhood who had no idea
that Belle was getting treatments just could not believe
Belle’s agility and energy level – you have helped to
restore her physical body to match the spirit in her little
soul. Thank you so much for sharing your gift with us.
all our gratitude, Kerry and Belle
Lexie is a 6 year old standard size Yorkshire Terrier that was
adopted from the Arizona Humane Society at the age of one. Lexie
suffers from separation anxiety and respiratory problems.
Undiagnosed bronchitis a few years ago has resulted in an
enlarged heart and liver. To complicate matters, Lexie is
carrying a few extra pounds, which affects her enlarged heart
and makes breathing problems even more complex during asthma
Grace was consulted in
an attempt to assist Lexie's breathing problems though
aromatherapy (to open her airways) and through massage therapy
(to stimulate Lexie's organs and help release the toxic buildup
in her body). Both treatments have been beneficial and after a
session, Lexie seems much more comfortable physically and her
breathing is more even and not as wheezy.
In addition, Grace has
been extremely helpful in directing us with regard to dietary
changes, recommending a holistic vet and with techniques to
assist Lexie's condition.
approach to eliminating the problems in lieu of covering them up
with toxic medications has been helpful to Lexie. She is
breathing much better, enjoys more stamina, is more relaxed and
some of the excess weight is sliding off...finally!
Grace's knowledge and
treatments have assisted us in the road to Lexie's recovery and
Grace has shown us the way to a healthier lifestyle for Lexie.
Humans benefit from
massage and aroma therapy....why can't dogs? I highly recommend
non-believers giving it a try!
Lexie, enjoying her session.
April of this year, my family was blessed with Grace Granatelli.
In particular, our baby Moxie, an Old English Sheepdog, has
benefited from Grace's special skills. Moxie is 11.5 years old,
which is a miracle in itself. From her first year, she has bad
health issues. starting with hip dysplasia. When she was four,
her tear duct system shut down. When she was 7.5, her immune
system went berserk. Last November she was diagnosed with
squamous cell carcinoma in her right eye. Fortunately, with good
doctors. most of these issues have been handIed. The one issue
that the medical community could not handle, because of the
medications needed to keep her immune system in check, was her
is the sweetest, best -tempered dog in the whole wide world. She
has a tremendous sense of humor and is a bona fide Princess. Of
course I can say these things because I am her mother. It is the
truth. Watching her become increasingly uncomfortable was very
difficult. As already stated, because of the medications needed
to keep her alive, no further pain relief was available through
the medical system. My two-legged family is ridden with
arthritis, so I have heard how painful and debilitating it is.
Watching my little (100 pound) baby suffer was excruciating.
the stars lined up and a wonderful friend put us in touch with
Grace. Life has been much easier since. On Grace's first visit
to our home, Moxie was her old lickety face self. That had been
her mode of operation from Day One, but had slowly subsided over
the past several months. Actually, both of our dog babies
couldn't stay away from Grace and wanted to give many hugs and
kisses. After Grace did her hands on -therapy for Mox, it was a
wait and see situation. It didn't take long to see that Moxie
had more energy and enthusiasm for being involved in day-to-day
therapy session has brought additional energy. Sometimes we
would like to know where the "off" switch might be.
Not seriously, but the change is remarkable. It is still
difficult for Moxie to get up and down, but she does so more
often and wants to be more involved with the family and play
more. The "rain drop" therapy was the most effective
and longest lasting. We are looking forward to more fun with
our last treatment, Casey~ our Golden Retriever, got some
therapy on his knees, recently diagnosed with ACL issues. After
Grace left and I went back in the house, I was greeted with a
Casey smiling from ear to ear; he was so happy to have
experience her magical touch.
Grace, for making all our lives better by using your special
This is Moxie --
look at that smile!
This is Casey, Moxie's brother.