In 2007 my dog Toast (see picture) was hit by a car going at quite a high speed in San Francisco. I closed my eyes expecting to see him in pieces, but to my surprise he rolled under the car and got up running. Clocked at 25 mph, I was not able to keep up and within a few seconds he was gone. Many people attempted to help, including the police who were there, and the SPCA later, but no Toast. I was sending the thought for him to go home, and instead of going towards where we were staying in SF, he apparently was heading home, to the North Bay. At 5am, approximately 12 hours after the accident, the SPCA said someone had spotted a white dog on Geary Blvd, but that they assumed it wasn’t Toast since that was almost 5 miles from where he had been hit in Noe Valley. I couldn’t sleep and went to that neighborhood to put up fliers. At approximately 9am, a woman called saying she had Toast. She had seen him from the bus on her way to work, and once there, couldn’t stand it, so she walked all the way back and he was still there waiting on Geary Blvd. He walked back to work with her and she called and to
my incredible joy, reunited us.Toast was always a very gentle dog. He was enrolled in Canine Citizenship and was also being used in a Canine Massage class as a practice dog. After the accident we had to withdraw from both of those
activities. He had become distrustful and unsound. He would not allow the chiropractor or acupuncturist to treat him, though he had trusted them both before. He became aggressive towards our cat, and I feared that I may have to find another home for him or worse. I decided to return to the veterinary clinic
to have him examined again, as something physical MUST be wrong. There the Vet asked me if she could try something new on Toast. “Anything!”, was my answer. I returned to her office after 2hours and there was my old Toast, waiting to greet me. He was much calmer and happier, and began to let me massage
him and touch him, and seemed like his personality had returned to what it was before the accident. I called and made another appointment, saying that this time I was coming along to see what she did. After having studied Reiki as well as other modalities of energy healing, as soon as I encountered Bioresonance Therapy, I understood that this was changing the pattern of energy in my dog’s body,
returning it to a normal, relaxed state. That the shock from the accident and subsequent time being lost had stayed in his body on a cellular level, leaving his nerves shattered and each touch a potential attack. There was no outward injury to treat. Other than being sore, which the Bioresonance addressed as well,
the main issue was shock, or in humans we might say PTSD. He literally was not in his “right mind”, so his behavior was animalistic and defensive. He was a danger to himself and others in that state and probably would have not been acceptable as a pet again.