Galen Canine Myotherapist
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I am Aubrey Chu. I am so lucky to meet my mentor Anne Lill Kvam, who is my first canine related teacher. She taught me that the most important things to your dog are relief from pain and give them choices. What I was wondering, things like my dog, which can not be approached by the stranger easily, and afraid of hands. How can I help him. Then, Anne Lill introduce me to Galen Myotherapy.
As the learning goes on, I observed that nearly 90% of dogs in Taiwan do not have a proper gait. They must have suffered in pain for a lot of time, however, this is something that the owner neglect easily, the soft tissue damage. As most owners in Taiwan are taught to throw your dog a ball, tell them to sit and wait, run with other dogs, etc. As I noticed these things, I realized that no wonder why so many dogs look sorrow in their eye brow. They need some helps. After giving my dog massage every day, you can always see him smile on its face. Now, he is really happy.
As a Myotherapist, our job is not just offering massage, we also need to give a full picture of how your dog exercises, how should they live, what kind of life style should they be. Empowering the owners to take good cares of their own lovely. Dogs can not talk, dogs can not ask for help, the only one they could count on is the owner. That is why the owner relationship become so important. You are their health protector. I would like to teach teach the owner about observation and simple house-hold massage, which is really beneficial to build the relationship between the owner and the pet.
Besides Galen Myotherapist, I am also qualified as canine behavior consultant from Anne Lill Kvam International Dog Trainer Education. The faith of IDTE is “Always give your dog choices.” Choice is more than just offering something to your dog, but a way to communicate to your dog. I like to be touched here, I am not comfortable in this situation, etc. That is the magic of the choice. I believe I could give your dog a satisfied consultation with its owner.