Model A is being used effectively with many of our four-legged friends. Here are just a few examples from our customers:
Vivian is using her model A to help a rescue kitty. Found in a parking lot of a shabby strip mall, this little one was named “Marlowe” for Philip Marlow, the detective. This intrepid feline was on the hunt for scraps. Vivian says that most red tabby cats are male, so she was surprised to discover otherwise. The name stuck.
It appears that she was rescued just in time, as she has heart worm and feline HIV. She has demonstrated such an affinity for the Model A that she actually kneads the electrode patches placed on her pads. Since this photo, the suspicious black spot on her nose has disappeared. We have high hopes for full recovery, and we laud another of our “angels” out there who so freely give of hearts and time to these otherwise bereft creatures.
PS….Vivian called recently to let us know that Marlowe no longer has HIV. She is convinced that the machine made the difference.
Since 2004, Mona has been using her Model A with confidence. Here, she shares her just a part of her story. (Notice that the session draws the attention of the entire pet family.)
I started using the [Model A] Rife machine some years ago and John has been so helpful in coaching me to address different things: Colds, Flu, Sinus problems, Cellulitis infections in my legs, liver, HPC, gall bladder, intestinal flare-ups, and more. I recently had my blood work done and everything looks great – even my cholesterol is great.
My results have been so good that I wanted to use the machine on my dogs. In fact, I have been using it on them for a long time. I place the electrode wires on my hands and hold them over the affected area, getting the contacts as close to the skin as possible, given the fur.
My routine has been to consult with John about how to do a human treatment, and then we tweak it for the animals. We have had good results.
A little Yorkie was having seizures about once a week. I started using various protocols, with particular attention to the duration of the session and the placement of my fingers on the dog.
I watched carefully to see if our four-legged friend was in discomfort. We had to build up her tolerance to the sessions. We could not go full force. Important to pay attention to the size of the animal and the overall health of the animal. I made sure she had plenty of water before and after her sessions. Often followed up with chicken broth (no bullion). With the sessions, her seizures have been much less frequent – about seven weeks apart.
On my collie I have used the liver treatment, as his liver is in trouble. I use the detox treatment for maintenance. It’s helpful to do sessions when your little friend is tired, perhaps after a walk or a good play session. I have found that this ensures that they lie patiently, soaking up the attention. They really love it when I move my (wired) hands around slowly.
My cat, Samantha, is 11 years old, and she picks her own treatment. She often comes and lies down on my chest for the duration of my own personal treatment. Also, my Maltese Beshion will lie on my lap or across my feet while I use the machine. They usually have to go the bathroom when the session is over.
Needless to say, the Model A has made a difference to everyone in our family!
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