my other good friend, Rose, and got her answering machine.
I figured if I had to take Bernie to the vets, I would need
help – someone to hold him and someone to drive.
and did Tellington Touches on Bernie. I put a body wrap on
him so that when he did try to move, he would have more support
in his hips. The wrap also helps connect the whole body and
provides comfort (like a whole body hug). At one point, Bernie
tried to stand up and I thought maybe his front legs were
okay but they were not. He didn’t make it even with me supporting under
his chest and belly.
about 20 minutes, Joan came by and we put the ROSHI on for
Bernie. We place the goggles so that the lights will flash
near his eyes and head area. We put a 2nd set of Magstim
goggles on the back of his neck. These work to balance the
pineal gland. By placing the goggles near his head, he can
turn away if it’s too much. This night he kept his
eyes pointed at the goggles.
then, I’d spoken both with Dr Tony and
Dr Bob, Bernie’s
vets. As long as Bernie was alert, able to eat and breathing
all right, there is nothing they can do. Unlike people,
they did say most dogs will gradually resolve the immobility
the vital functions are in order. They advised me to
see how he was by the next morning and that I could bring
him in if
I needed to then, especially if vital functions had changed
arrived shortly after Joan and suggested I give Bernie some
Rescue Remedy (Bach flower essence) and Calms Forte (homeopathy
that is calming) and to take some myself – good advice.
She also suggested I use my EM (Electro Magnetic) Pulse device
at the base of Bernie’s skull.
45”, Bernie was able to get up on his feet
and stumble backwards about 6 more feet before he collapsed.
He did not like it if I left his side and would stretch his
neck and look in my direction if I did even for a moment.
By 90”, Bernie could walk wobbly around the house. He
was able to go outside to the bathroom and eat. The first thing
he did when he could move about was to check Fluffcat’s
dish for scraps. The vets said to let Bernie call the shots
as far as how much activity he did. For 2 days, we just took
short walks around the block. By the third day, his eyes looked
more normal to me and he was up early, perky and ready for
our usual 45” run/walk.
had 2 more “mini-strokes” after 12/7, on
January 10 and January 22, 2006. They were both less severe
than the first one with quicker recovery time. At both times,
all four legs were affected but he was able to get up on his
feet and walk much more quickly, less than an hour.
12/7, stroke, we used the ROSHI at night flashing on the
ceiling of my bedroom for a week. I returned the unit
to Joan to use on someone else in need (this was her loaner
unit) but continued using the EM Pulse on Bernie. After the
1/10 stroke, I purchased my own P-ROSHI. The P-ROSHI is what
I’d been using for Bernie and it is a smaller, treatment
only unit. (A larger ROSHI unit is computerized, involves electrodes
and can do printouts of all the brain-wave patterns.)
did go to see Dr Bob on 1/11/06 for a checkup and rabies
shot. He got the “picture of health” comment
from the vet.
so hard for me to believe that my 8-year-old medium sized
dog that was really healthy could be having strokes.
I didn’t expect any health problems for 5-6 more years.
Bernie gets homemade food, plenty of exercise and is very pampered
I asked my Divine Guides why this was happening and the response
I got was so Bernie and I could develop a protocol for other
dogs that are having strokes. When Bernie did see Dr Bob, he
said that whatever I have been doing is way better than anything
they can offer and that Bernie was having a much more rapid
recovery time than what they are used to.
the EM Pulse, ROSHI and Tellington Touches, the other ways
I have treated Bernie’s strokes are:
weighs 55 pounds. The homeopathy is updated every 4-6 weeks.
Bernie gets 2-4 Vitalzym’s and 1-2 Enzo’s
a day (initially more and now less). The Vitalzym’s also
helped resolve Bernie’s allergies in 2004 (after great
results for my own, I tried them on Bernie with the same success).
5-6 times a week, I wait until Bernie’s in bed for
the night and then I flash the ROSHI goggles on the ceiling
the bedroom for 30-40 minutes. There are different colored
light goggles that come with the P-ROSHI unit. I use the
red/blue lights for Bernie turned up almost full when they
at the ceiling.
I stopped using the EM Pulse after January, except for a sore
shoulder occasionally. If Bernie plays too hard his right front
shoulder is sore for a day or two, a problem he’s had
since his younger years.
the causes that Helena got when she did Bernie’s
initial homeopathy assessment was concussion. I did recall
Bernie hitting his head on the windshield of my car in the
fall and this could have caused it. Bernie now wears a seatbelt
harness and can no longer jump from back to front seat at will…
had done a previous study using the ROSHI to treat an Old
English Sheepdog, Chad, which had severe impairments
from a major stroke. Chad was paralyzed on his left side and
incontinent of bowel and bladder when Joan first saw him several
weeks after onset. The vets had recommended that Chad’s
owner get a cart for him or put him down, as they did not feel
he’d improve. Chad had good results after even his first
ROSHI treatment, with improved bladder control and able to
wag his tail and walk a bit better.
try to keep the site updated with Bernie’s treatment
protocols and successes. The plan is to eventually submit
our protocol to canine and veterinary publications so that
other dogs can be helped.
more information on any of the treatment protocols, please
contact Bonnie at Health Harmony Vistas via email firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-385-5111.
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