:: Dogs ::
is 16 and riddled with tumors. He could not stand up and eat without falling
over. His owner was going to have him put to sleep the day she wrote.
had to tell you.. Bob and Pam went for a trail ride today on their horses.
They said the strangest thing happened. Rebate went with them! He hasn't gone
with the horses in years. The tumors have made it too difficult for him
to go. It was funny, I looked at them and said "ROSEMARY!" They
said that was probably it. My sister wants you to do a session with her
Rebates Happy Owner"
it has been one year since I spoke with you and Rebate is still with us
and getting around fine, just thought you would like to know."
in Marin County, Ca. wrote about her whippet, Arielle:
"The cardiologist said
Arielle has a severe mitral valve prolapse. In the sonogram you could see
the prolapsed valve and the blood pouring back through the valve. She was
not very positive about the prognosis. She is being treated
with homeopathy, but I'm not convinced she's on the right remedy. Last night
Arielle had a bad night. Her breathing was up around 60 breaths a minute
(for dogs, 10 to 30 breaths is normal). She is on Lasix, a diuretic,
to clear the fluid out of the lungs,
but it doesn't seem to be working very well.
Her appetite is down and she is thin. I'm worried about her.
I just wanted to tell you that Arielle is doing MUCH better. She has both
her energy and her appetite back. I took Arielle and Lily (my other whippet)
to the park yesterday and Arielle actually ran and romped! She hasn't
done that in several weeks. She seems really happy and perky—the spark in
her eyes is back. Her breathing is settling into the 20's (per minute).
At one time her breathing was in the 50's, now it's in the 20's most of
the time, which is within normal range.
you, thank you, thank you for the healings and advice.
I really think it
has made a difference!
Much love and many blessings, Lisa"
UPDATE: "This is good news! Arielle is doing very well. She has gained 1.4 pounds! Her appetite is very good, and 28.4 pounds is a very normal, good weight for a whippet. Her breathing is much better. I took Arielle and her sister Lily for hikes on Saturday and Sunday, and as always, I let Arielle set the pace. Her pace was actually normal! Usually when we go for walks it is extremely slow; I have to tell myself, “This is a walking meditation,” so I don’t mind the slowness. But she was keeping a good pace this weekend. There are a couple of uphill segments on our hike, and she didn’t seem to need time to recover (although I made us stop, just in case). She seemed super happy and perky. Thank you ever so much for your help with Arielle; she really is doing well. I am very grateful. Lisa"
Barbara and LaDonna from Dallas, TX write about their dog, Rosy:
"Our Rosy has been diagnosed with mass cell tumors throughout her body and has been given approximately one week to live. We would like for you to perform a healing session for her as soon as possible. Rosy is a rescue and is approximately 7 years old. Rosy is in pain and is extremely uncomfortable. This is her 3rd bout with the tumors – has undergone 2 surgeries at two different times. We elected not to put her through a 3rd surgery. We consulted a homeopathic veterinarian about 2 months and thought the remedies were helping, but unfortunately, I don’t think we caught her in time. She has 3 major tumors on her left back hip. This morning at the vets, x-rays showed the tumors had spread to her lymph gland and were causing various blockages around her colon and pressing on her bladder. Blood work showed infection.
Thank you so much Rosemary. Barbara and LaDonna"
RESULT: "Thank you for your session yesterday. Rosy is on Tramadol, given to us by the vet on Saturday to ease her pain…so it’s hard to tell if she is in less pain due to the pills or from your session. I will say this; she seemed to rally yesterday somewhat. But, last night was not good. Breathing was shallow and we were pretty sure the end was near. Now, this morning is a different story. She seems to be more alert. Ate, with my help, eliminated in the yard and has been lying in her spot all morning. We wanted to ask you if you would be able to do another session on her “today”.
UPDATE: "Rosy is doing so much better today. She seems to be more alert, less bloated, even walks around (a little) - These last couple of days she wouldn’t even do that. Her breathing does not seem to be as shallow. Rosemary, it’s a good day for her."
UPDATE: "Let me tell you about Rosy today. I took her to our traditional vet on Thursday morning for a follow up. The vet said that our goal now was to keep her comfortable. For the last two mornings Rosy and I have gone for a little walk in the front. Yesterday morning I took Rosy in the front and she began walking the route we take to the park. She trotted on a head of me sniffing and peeing here and there. She was doing so well, I let her continue to the park, it is not too very far. She sniffed some more, greeted a dog that was in it's back yard and home we went. This morning was pretty much a replay of yesterday. She is not the sick dog I thought I was going to lose last week end. We have a room for the dogs and they have their own beds, last night was the first night she wanted to sleep in her bed and not in the bed we made for her in our room. I am cautious with her, try to not over do and at the same time give her some of her life pleasures. You are a good woman, Rosemary, blessings to you and all that you have, all that you are. Truly, Barb"
UPDATE: "Good Morning Rosemary, Rosy is doing wonderful. We have gone for our full walks these past two days. The walks are about a mile. Her energy level keeps improving, and her body functions appear to be back to normal. She is happy once again, wagging, being excited about her walks and her ears perk up when we pass other dogs in their yards. She is alert and follows me from room to room, and sleeps in her own bed. The tumors are her leg appear to have shrunk in size and she is not licking at them or seem to be as bothered by them. Her coat is the best I have seen it for a long time. We are so grateful to have our Rosy back. A few of my friends came by the house to see her when she was so sick, to say good-bye, now they come by and are amazed by her. She got her toe nails cut today, two weeks ago I did not think we would be doing any more grooming for her. Thank you for your work. She is our miracle pet.
Sheehan of Orange, CT wrote about Blackie:
"My dog (Blackie, a mixed lab, age 9 1/2) has recently been diagnosed
with anemia and lymph node cancer."
RESULT: "Blackie is more responsive. She seemed
slightly more up tonight even enciting some rough housing for the first
time in a few weeks.
I think this is a good sign."
UPDATE: "Just wanted to update you; Blackie
and I are doing good. Her energy level and appetite are still stronger than
ever, which can be something of a nuisance at times.
:-) But she's doing
quite well. Thanks again for your help!"
UPDATE: "Hello Rosemary, At the beginning of 2004, I had contacted you regarding Blackie, my black lab who had recently been diagnosed with lymph node cancer. She was put on lasix soon after and showed some improvement. I wanted to let you know how much I appreciated your assistance, and also to tell you that nearly 18 months after she was diagnosed (and given only about 3 months to live) she is still alive and well. A recent visit to the vet confirmed that the cancer seems to have pretty much disappeared from her neck, and she has no detectable lumps anywhere. While we believe the medication made a little difference, it was not a cancer therapy (according to the vet) and cannot account for this miraculous recovery. This week she will be 11 years old and I am very grateful to you for helping that to happen. I would like to make a donation to your practice for your time and efforts, Thank you again, David"
from Los Angeles writes regarding her dog Loafer:
"My purpose in contacting you is to ask you to do a healing on my dog.
His name is Loafer, a Saint Bernard, age 8. He's had arthritis in his front
elbows and ankles for about 4 years. I've noticed for the past few months
that he's had trouble getting up, but attributed that to the arthritis in
his front legs. However, this morning HE COULD NOT GET UP AT ALL! I kept
encouraging him, and he finally was able to get up, but kept shifting his
weight from one hind leg to the other and finally laid back down, whimpering.
My husband is out of town. Loafer weighs about 170 lbs. I cannot lift him
to get him into the car to take him to the vet. With my personal experience
in relief from pain using Reiki, I just know that Reiki will help him. Thank
you sooooo much for anything that you can do."
RESULT: "Rosemary, thank you so much for helping Loafer.
He was slightly better last night after your treatment. I was able to back
my car up to a ledge that I was able to walk Loafer off of directly into
the back of my car. I took him to my local vet and left him, so they could
run tests, including an x-ray and blood work, and they found that his arthritis
is progressing and is now in his spine and his hips. Since taking him to
the vet this morning, he has continued to improve, with no meds from the
vet. They said he was able to get up on his own and was walking, very stifly,
up and down the hallway. Vet wants to put him on meds tomorrow after the
blood work comes back. I'd really rather not have him on allopathic meds,
but don't want him to suffer either."
UPDATE: "Dear Rosemary, well, Saturday morning
Loafer got up in one fluid movement---slow, but fluid, and walked and then
trotted back to the barn with me. He was wagging his tail and looking ever
soooo much better. What a HUGE difference!!! You are incredible -- or Reiki
is, I should say! How can I ever thank you? By this morning he was acting
almost completely normal, jumping a little bit and barking at me as I'm
getting ready to go out to the horses. GOD BLESS YOU for what you do!! Sincerely,
thank you! ~Linda"
UPDATE:"Thank you so very much for your kind letter! Now I have tears
in my eyes. This morning Loafer actually ran back to the barn!!!! My local
vet finally called me yesterday!! to tell me the results of the blood work
and say that he wanted to put Loafer on some very strong anti-inflammatory
drugs, etc. I told him how Loafer was and what I had done and that I didn't
want to put him on drugs. He was "silent." Unbelievable!! I'm
sooo very thankful that through my disgust and utter disappointment with
conventional medicine that I have been able to find such wonderful, caring
people as yourself. God is truly GREAT! Thank you again so very much! Linda"
Megan from Littleton, CO writes for her dog, Molly:
"My little dogs name is Molly. She is a light Apricot colored tiny Toy Poodle. About 6 months ago Molly was diagnosed with a very serious heart condition called Leaky Mitral Valve. I was told there was no cure for her heart problem. She is being treated with medications one being lasix.
On Saturday she took a major turn for the worse and spent about 24 hours at an emergency having trouble breathing. She also has a collapsing trachea which adds to her breathing problems. Her little heart is so enlarged that it's pressing against her lungs and trachea making her breathing very fast and labored. The Vets say she could die at any time so I'm hoping to have a session with you as soon as possible! Thank you so much for your time and I hope to hear from you very soon!! Sincerely, Megan"
RESULT: "Hi Rosemary! I am so very thankful! Molly is doing so much better! Her breathing has steadily gotten better each day and her energy level has gone up a lot! She is playing & doing the things she loves for much longer periods of time. When I first contacted you her breathing was over 60 breaths per minute and tonight while she was sleeping I counted 26 breaths. The lowest so far! This morning it was between 35 & 40. It makes me so happy to see her enjoying life again! Last weekend she was struggling just to breathe, couldn't lay down to rest because it made it harder for her to get air and had barely any energy. We thought we were going to lose her and it broke our hearts to see her suffering! Thank you so much for helping us! Molly is our “Baby”. Thanks again! Megan, DJ & Molly"
John in Loudon, TN writes about his friend, Murphy:
"Hi Rosemary, I have a 10 and a half year old Golden Retriever named "Murphy"who had a TPLO procedure on her left hind leg in August, 2005. Basically Oct. 2, 2006 she popped the tendon that holds the top and bottom portions of her leg together, so she had an operation which reshaped her leg bone, and plates and screws were then put in to hold everything together. Lately, Murphy has been having trouble getting up and walking. I don't know if this is due to the TPLO procedure or the arthritis in her hips, but she sure could use your help. I found your web page by accident, so I consider this to be a good sign, as there are no accidents. If you could give me information about how to arrange a Reiki session for my best friend, I'd like to set up a session.
RESULT: Dear Rosemary, I just wanted to send you a follow up on my dog, Murphy. On October 2, (the day of the Reiki treatment) at about 11:00 A.M. Eastern time, Murphy fell asleep on the living room floor and stayed sound asleep for a couple of hours - very unusual for her. When she awoke from her sleep, she seemed well-rested. That night her energy levels were great, and she wanted to play. Her walking improved and she didn't seem to be in any pain. The next couple of days she seemed to increase in energy and willingness to move and take walks -- thanks a lot. John
UPDATE: Hi Rosemary, I just thought I'd write with one more follow up on my dog Murphy. She is now FULL of energy. She is walking fine - she seems to have lost most of the stiffness in her hips. She is also running in short spurts - something she hasn't done in a long time- and she seems to be pain free. Once again, thank you. John"
from Dawn from Modesto, CA for Betty Boop:
"First puppy I want to help, is a longcoated, Black and White, Chihuahua
puppy girl that I call ‘Betty Boop’. She had what I think is
a severe vaccine reaction, with status seizures and is still quite debilitated.
She is very weak and probably has some lasting seizure activity and damage."
RESULT: " She improved quite a bit last night after
you worked on her. We think the seizures are healed. She's eating and drinking
on her own, the first time in over a week. Thanks so much, Dawn"
with best friend Molly in Sebastopol, California:
"Our golden retriever, Fiona 13, has a tumor, and is scheduled for
surgery this Wednesday. The tumor is fast growing. She is in pain and the
tumor abscessed and is open. She needs help going in and outside. We have
to keep her from licking the wound with bandages or a collar. She isn't
walking around much, so her leg muscles aren't getting the exercise they
need. She is truly a sweet, loving soul, one of the few loves of my life."
RESULT: "Thank you for your quick response. Just a couple of minutes ago she
got up and walked over to me (pushed the ornament boxes aside) and wagged
her tail! I thought she was thanking me for the yummy breakfast, but maybe
she was picking up on your work and communicating to me."
UPDATE: "Just wanted to let you know that this morning,
when Fiona went outside, she came back up the stairs without help. She hasn't
done that since they took the biopsy over a week ago. My husband has been
having to hoist her up the stairs. She is doing a lot better than before."
UPDATE: "Fiona pulled through the operation
with no emergencies. They had to excise a lot, but said all her vitals were
good. They phoned and said she's sitting up already. She'll be there overnight,
then we'll bring her home. Connie"
Peter from Surrey, UK writes about the stylish dog Jasper:
"Jasper has developed what the vets have called Vestibular Syndrome
(an ear infection), which affects his balance and climbing stairs going
out in the dark for walks. Jasper also suffers from Seizures-Epilepsy, could
you help this too. He has been unwell for 3 weeks now and the vets have
given him a 6 week course of antibiotics of which he is half way through. "
"We have noticed a change in Jasper mainly in his energy levels and
character - more like his old self, he is also sleeping very calmly at night.
Now he is a bit better in the dark and he plays and eats well too.
Thank you for your help."
UPDATE: "I have paid for another session for Jasper, he
is in good spirits generally and enjoys his food and walks well in the daylight.
He is responding, we feel, to your sessions, and this time would like you
to maybe work on keeping his ear infection and balance under control.
Spike, friend of Laurie from Kenosha, WI:
“Spike has a bad limp and is in pain. He has been diagnosed with bone cancer in his right shoulder and it has spread to his lymph nodes. The vet has told us there is nothing that can be done and to give him pain pills to keep him comfortable. He doesn’t think he will live longer than 2 months. Laurie"
RESULT: "Rosemary, I’m so darn happy to let you know that Spike had no noticeable limp in his right should today!!! Tom is so guarded with what he tells me, but even he sounded optimistic. It sure seems to be a good thing. We will be looking forward to see what tomorrow brings. Bless you dear lady! Laurie"
UPDATE: Wanted to wish you a happy new year and let you know that Spike has been doing real well. There were a few days that he wasn’t feeling good but whatever it was seems to have passed. Thank God and You! XOXO Laurie"
Laurie asks for healing for her dog, Coty:
"Hi Rosemary, I had our dinner yesterday and actually it was an awful day. My little Coty, 5lb teacup poodle, had to be rushed to the animal emergency. He's still there. They think maybe he has Tylenol poisoning. I don't know if someone dropped something, or what. Can you check on Coty please? His red blood cell count has dropped very low and his blood is the color of chocolate. He's probably 1/4 larger in body size. Laurie"
RESULT: "They let me pick Coty up and bring him home last night. He got out of bed last nite to follow me into the kitchen while I warmed his dinner. Thanks for everything. Laurie & Coty"
Paul in Lincoln Park, MI writes for Buster:
"Hello, I am interested in a healing session for my dog, Buster. He is a 7 year old boxer suffering from lymphoma. We have tried conventional drugs (chemotherapy) which ultimately failed. Since then we have tried to treat him naturally, but I fear he is beginning to decline. I know there are no guarantees, but please let me know if you think you might be able to help. He is my sweet, special boy. I love him so much. Thank you, Paul"
UPDATE: "Dear Rosemary, Thank you again for your wonderful work. Buster just ate dinner, something he hasn't done in two days, so I'm very encouraged. I'll keep you updated, and I'm probably going to want to schedule more sessions. I've paid you through Paypal. I'll be in touch. Thank you, again. God bless, Paul"
Sue requested healing for her pal, Indiana:
"Indiana is experiencing weakness and pain in her hind quarters. It's becoming very difficult for her to get up unassisted and she slips if walking on tile or other hard services. In other words, carpet, grass, gravel are best for her at this point. Sue"
RESULT: "Well, we did notice some improvement in Indy last night. I had school and didn't get home until after 10PM, but she greeted me at the door with her tail wagging. She definitely seemed to be moving a bit better. And my husband noticed the difference too."
UPDATE: "we do notice improvement. She's getting up easier and is walking a bit better. Still walking with a hind leg "swagger" but she really is moving better and more, which is a good thing! Sue"
UPDATE: 03/16/05 - "Just a quick update - we took Indy to the park yesterday evening and she was able to walk around and seemed to enjoy being out."
Utaka in Los Angeles, CA writes for Oscar:
"I would like to receive the distant healing session for my pet Oscar. I have received many reiki and distant healing sessions for myself before and am pretty much comfortable with its protocol. The problem is about one of my dogs Oscar. I have two Chihuahuas, Mifi, the mother,is about 3 years and Oscar(son) is about 2 years old. Mifi is always a sweet and gentle dog. Oscar is more wild and aggressive. He is sensitive and needy. He barks unnecessarily and I am very frustrated with his behavior like messing around my bed room. I trained him in the same way I trained Mifi, but it doesn't work for him. I want him to be a more obedient and responsive dog. I hope he will change in a good way with your healing session. Utaka"
RESULT: "Hi Rosemary, I am seeing the changes in Oscar. First, He doesn't look so nervous and is showing me a lot more affection. Second, I haven't heard Oscar barking for 2 days when I was staying at home with them. I think it's working for him. I have been watching him and making sure that he is improving. Thank you so much for your work... I will update you more about Oscar. Love, Utaka"
Mary in Edisto Island, SC asks for help for both Ed and Rusty:
"My whippet Ed is between 12 and 13 years of age. He began having heart problems last May. He has lump on his hip that is growing and he has bouts of diarrhea. He does not look or act like he is 12 or 13 though since he was put on blood pressure medicine he doesn't run anymore. He had surgery for fibrosarcoma 6 years ago. I am hoping you night be able to help him.
UPDATE: "Hi Rosemary, You have worked on my whippet Ed, whose heart seems to be fine, he is very perky. Now I need your help with Rusty, our 11 year old shepherd collie mix who suddenly developed heart problems. They drew off 250 cc's of fluid from around the heart today. It may be a tumor but we don't know yet. My husband loves this dog more than anything in the world. Can you try to help? It would mean so much. Looking forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Mary"
"The Cytology report came back late yesterday. The specialist called to talk about it. It didn't necessarily help any. She said sometimes the fluid tells you what type of tumor and sometimes not, in this case not. It did rule out one kind of cancer--a really fast growing lymphoma. She still suspects it is a primary cardiac tumor. She wants him to be really quiet to keep his blood pressure down and she wants to see him Tuesday and do another ultrasound. Mary"
UPDATE: "Thank you for thinking of him and working on him. You are such a neat lady--would so love to meet you. Did you get his picture? He was sick the first night home and seems better now. Wants his food and full of love. Love, Mary"
Shelly requested a session for her friend, Whoopie:
"Whoopie is a female whippet. She's recovering from a surgery she had yesterday to remove a growth from her jawbone. Over the summer she had a canine tooth removed and the dentist put in a jawbone implant. She recently developed a growth in that area, which could be a reaction to the implant or a cancerous tumor. I would appreciate your help in making Whoopie feel better as she recovers from her surgery and deals with the infection/tumor. I love her so much. Shelly"
RESULT: "Just wanted to let you know that Whoopie is in very good spirits, and was asking for her kibble last night! It's too soon to let her eat crunchy foods, but we thought this was a very good sign! Thanks a lot for your help!! Shelly"
Michele in Soquel, CA writes about Cory:
"Hi Rosemary, I am very interested in a healing for one of my animal companions, my dog Cory. She is a black and white Cocker spaniel, born in June 1990. She is having a number of health problems -- primarily her teeth and ears, along with a few growths. The vet is recommending two surgeries -- one for her teeth and another more serious one for her ears. I am not feeling good about putting her through the surgeries, but I trust the Vet and this is a second opinion. Based on his assessment, her teeth and related infections would be the lesser of the two surgeries, and still might offer some relief, so I will schedule that one first. Cory's ears have been chronicly infected over her life (I understand it is common in Cockers) but apparently she has excessive bone which is now closing up the ear cannal, which would then trap the infection. The procedure he is recommending is called "ear ablation". I am not comfortable doing this procedure right now -- the Vet is telling me however, that in another 6 months or so, it may not be an option. My main concern is to give her the best quality of life for the time she has remaining and pain control. I would like to have help with managing her pain and getting her ready for surgery. Thanks very much for any help.Regards, Michele"
UPDATE: "Hi Rosemary, Cory had her teeth cleaning in March and they ended up not having to do any extractions. She did very well and it seems to have helped her quite a bit. I decided not to have her ears done at this point, as she seems to be doing better. Michele"
Nova in Casper, WY, asks for help for her pal, Dory:
"Dory has behavioral problem from abuse as a puppy, she gorges and then vomits. Have to feed her by hand a little at a time"
RESULT: Dory is doing better. We also got some advice to put yogurt in her dog food it helps with digestion. She's had a good week with no vomiting. I have also found the whippets have a problem with dry dog food expanding in their neck & chest (most dog food doubles in size) which also may induce vomiting. I think between your help and the yogurt she is a lot better. Thank you so much and I think we'll do another session in a week or two. Nova"
Tascha in Abbotsford, BC, Canada writes for Cedar:
"Cedar is 3 years old and male. He is a border collie x nova scotia duck tolling retriever. His right ear is in a state of chronic oozing of wax and pus. His eyes weep occasionally. He came into my care at 6 months of age. Prior to that I know he was abused and neglected. He’s my best pal and I love him dearly. I am so excited to try this method of healing. Tascha"
RESULT: "Thanks so much Rosemary and to the divine energies. I suspected you were working on Cedar this morning. He became very groggy and lethargic. A bit like he had had some anesthesia. He seems very relaxed and not as high strung as normal. He is normally a very active dog, so much so that he will literally drag me out of bed to go for a walk. Now he seems a bit more mellow which is nice because he seems less anxious. He always needs to be first out of the door, first on his walk, and that seems toned down. Of course I can’t say about the ear just yet. I will be in touch. I think I read somewhere that reiki can be performed only once with lasting effects. Do you do multiple treatments? Thanks again, I really appreciate your help! Tascha"
Tascha from Abbotsford, BC, Canada writes again for Zoie:
SUBJECT: Two years ago, you did a reiki session on my dog Cedar. Although only one session, the healing was very helpful. His once chronically oozing ear, is now fine and his temperament is much more social towards people and other dogs. He’s doing great! Now I’d like to request a reiki session on behalf of my mom, for her dog Zoie a maltese poodle. A year ago Zoie was diagnosed with Addison’s disease and is taking Prednisone and Fluoronef for the condition. Over the last year Zoie’s temperament has changed. She acts like she has ADD – no concentration, flits from one room to the other, seems anxious, and nervous. She once loved to play, and to run to anyone for love and attention, and now she rarely seems to do this. Her rear limbs shake. Her appetite remains good, although every so often she vomits.
I am very hopeful you can help her. Thanks, Tascha"
RESULT: "Rosemary, Zoie is doing really really well. Since the first treatment, a puppiness has returned to her. She enjoys playing, running, and going up to random strangers for affection. Her ADD has decreased. The aura of anxiousness around her seems gone, or almost unnoticeable. It's incredible. Yesterday, I took Cedar and her for a 6.5 km walk, and it was Zoie who was still full of energy at the end. Our entire family has been overjoyed having 'Zoie' back. Thanks so much. Tascha..."
Glenda in Redmond, WA writes about Robin:
"Hello, my Shih Tzu is starving herself. I am hoping you can help her want to eat again and to get those sad brown eyes happy and full of life. She was rescued from a breeder who was through with her, she no longer would produce enough puppies. She is a Red Black Mask Shih Tzu, born 12/4/2001. Living in Redmond Wa with another Shih Tzu who was rescued and a CHI/JRT mixture who is staying with us until his mom comes home from sea. The vet that I took her to is telling me when the results come in it could be one of three things wrong with her: IBD, Small intestinal overgrowth, or her Pancreas. I have her on an appetite stimulate, which as of this morning she had not eaten much.
She is such a loving spirit and I want to help her in any way I can. Thank you, Glenda Simpson"
RESULT: "Hi Rosemary, You did a wonderful job on Robin; last night she ate her first meal without me and the nasty syringe. Thank you so much. It looks like she is gaining weight. Now I need your assistance in healing my daughter, Patricia..."