Animal Healing & Reviews

I became an animal healer because my beloved cat, Gannet, got cancer and kidney failure many years ago.  I studied Reiki in order to help her and it ended up helping me – and many of my human clients too. Then I did a Diploma in Animal Healing which uses Spiritual Healing. In order to do the case studies for the diploma, I asked could I volunteer as an animal healer in Dog’s Aid animal sanctuary in Ballymun, Dublin. That was eight years ago and I still volunteer there as an animal healer. I feel lucky to do so. Maggie, who runs Dog’s Aid, is amazing. I don’t know how she keeps going. But she does. There are cats there too, and I have also worked on the odd bat, seagull and parrot. Recently, I qualified in another form of energy healing called Magnified Healing, and the animals are lapping it up. I am getting good results with it. To clarify – the animals I have used it with are showing signs of improvement. Of course, when it is time to pass over, it is time to pass over. But dying can be peaceful and calm. The healing helps both the animal and their human in that situation. I have grieved many animals in my lifetime so my heart goes out to someone losing their animal friend.

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Beautiful Merlin who died 3 years ago in Dog’s Aid

 

Animals are my passion and I work as a dog walker and pet-sitter too. I offer healing to the animals in my care and it helps them to feel safe and comfortable while their humans are away. I just love animals. Anything I can do to help your animal, let me know and I will do my best. I live in Dublin but I offer distant healing for animals and it works very well. Email me at maresehickey@outlook.com or ring on 00 353 87 274 68 93 (Also on What’s App.)

Reviews about Animal Healing with Marese Hickey

Kim Juno review

Jennifer Sweeney Muffin review from Fbk

About Dessie, a gorgeous lurcher

“I brought Dessie, a very nervous lurcher who I was fostering, to see Marese to help calm him down and enable him to relax. Being a rescue dog and in new surroundings, he was quite timid and sometimes restless. The minute we went into Marese’s house he seemed to completely change – he happily flopped on the floor and stayed there for the entire appointment. Marese petted him and spoke to him and he loved it. He totally gelled with her and for the hour was completely at ease. Marese gave me some tips and techniques – just small things – on how to help him relax afterwards and they helped hugely – it was as though he remembered that Marese had done these to him and that they made him relax before. It was fascinating. The day before he was due to go to his, “Forever home,” I brought him to see Marese again. He was a mixture of energetic and relaxed this time; maybe he knew something exciting was happening the following day! But AFTER the appointment, I brought him to choir practice with me (I teach choirs). The choir had met him before, a few weeks previously. They said that it was like a completely different dog. I don’t know what affect Marese had on him, but he spent the ENTIRE rehearsal asleep on his bed. That had never happened before – either he had spent some of it on his bed or he had run around the rehearsal room, curious and sometimes agitated. This time, he completely zonked. It was great to see; whatever tension he had had in him obviously just faded away and he completely surrendered to tiredness; his body; nature; whatever was in him that needed such a rest. It reminded me of my mother; when she comes back from regular Reiki appointments that she goes to, she conks. Dogs aren’t that different from us! Marese really worked her magic on him. She also said that she’d send distance healing to him in his new home. Apparently he’s settling in fabulously. She’s working her magic from afar too!”  LF, February 2014

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Simba the Maine Coon receiving healing as he recovers from major surgery. Thank you to all the Facebook and Go Fund Me supporters who helped pay for his operations.