Rates for Pet & Animal Services
amount of time spent in a session is determined by the animal and the investment made by the animal’s caretaker. Some
animals (like people) are not in the mood for a healing session. They may be distracted by something and can't do the work
until that 'thing' is taken care of. Sabrina generally takes her cue from the animal. When they are ready to stop the session,
they will either get up and walk away or give her some other indication. Usually the animal accepts the energy quite
willingly, however there are those few that simply do not want it, and it is their right to refuse it.
The following factors are considered in determining rates for pets
- investment made the animal's caretaker
(as mentioned above)
willingness to participate (as mentioned above)
- size of animal
- for example, the time spent working with a hamster would likely
be less than that spent working with a horse
animal's health condition
- specific issue being targted (if something specific
requested by the animal's caretaker)
- location of animal (home,
kennel, veterinarian's office, shelter, zoo, etc)
- types of services,
methods employed during treatment
- method of delivery (remote, outcall)
Service fees for average household pets, such as
cats, dogs, larger-sized birds (i.e., cockatiels and parrots), and other similarly sized animals are generally the same rates
as for humans.
For the security, comfort and safety of your pets, all treatments are done in the animal’s home
environment. Potentially dangerous animals, venomous animals, and those with a history of biting or nipping are treated with
either the distant or beaming technique or both.
If agreeable with your pet’s veterinarian, Sabrina will
also treat pets that are undergoing care or surgery at the veterinarian office, and will also visit your pet while boarded
in a kennel.
She is available for treating animals in zoos, pounds, and shelters as well.
Services and courses offered through Reiki & Bio-Balancing Therapies are not meant as replacements for regular
veterinarian care, rather they are a wonderful adjunct to it; continue to follow all advice and administer all prescriptions
as directed by your pet's veterinarian.