Select Page

09-03-18  Dancing With Your Dogs!

Once again, Dr. Judy’s sister, Sally Morgan, PT, CST, renowned specialist in holistic physical therapy for pets, will guest host the Naturally Healthy Pets radio show this week.  Sally is a pioneer in Craniosacral therapy for animals, an advanced Tellington TTouch practitioner, Reiki master, Vibrational healer, manual therapy expert and bestselling author of Dances of the Heart–Connecting With Animals and the accompanying Animal Connection cards. She travels to teach and lives in Massachusetts with her corgi Trystan. Visit her at www.SallyMorganPT.com, on Facebook at Sally Morgan PT CST, and on YouTube at Conversations With A Corgi.

This week, Sally welcomes her multi-talented friend and lifelong animal lover, Caryn Tindal, coming to us from New York state, where she lives with her husband Brian.  A former Jersey Girl, Caryn and Brian moved upstate in 1979 where they briefly operated a 360 acre Holstein dairy farm that they were forced to give up in the ‘80s due to a “milk surplus”.  She has also owned and shown her beloved Arabian horses. Shamah and Liza, for over 30 years.   After leaving the dairy farm, Caryn, a ballet, point and jazz dancer from 4 to 18 years of age, caught the agility bug and she started training Winston, her Pembroke Welsh Corgi and first agility dog, to perform.  After two years during which they earned several impressive awards, Caryn took Winston to a 2-day freestyle dance seminar.  This eventually led her to training him and her current 8 freestyle dancing dogs, as well as several students, to learn this fun and awesome method to train and bond with their dogs. Today, Caryn is the proud owner of The Dazzle Dogs, who have been performing their creative tricks and dance moves for over 12 years, with TV appearances that include Animal Planet’s Dogs 101 and a recent audition for America’s Got Talent / Season 12.  This show is going to be a lot of fun so mark your calendar and tune in to hear Sally and Caryn talk about her experiences and  adventures as well as the love, trust, and respect gained between her and her dogs,  that brought them all to the wonderful place they are today.

Pin It on Pinterest

Shares
Share This