Reiki for Animals

If you haven't watched it already, please watch our video "Reiki Ambassador1" . It is about our two cats (now both in 'kitty heaven') showing benefits of receiving Reiki treatments. The video was published while our webpage "Reiki Spark" was active.


Animals, like people and plants, can benefit from Reiki.  You can use Reiki to help your pets and other animals.

Reiki animal healing does not involve the administration of any drug, just a gentle physical contact with the animal, even that is not necessary, so it is totally harmless.

Reiki for animals can be a wonderful complementary treatment to traditional care, whether your pet has emotional or behavioral problems, is sick, injured, or even dying.

Reiki can speed the healing process of animals, ease pain, and improve or help to continue their quality of life. Reiki can delay the onset and progression of certain diseases in animals, and can energise and revitalise older animals. For dying animals, Reiki is a powerful yet gentle way to provide comfort, relief from pain, fear, and anxiety, and to ease the transition to death.

Reiki will also help accelerate the healing process for animals who have undergone surgery.

Animals absolutely love to be treated and comforted with Reiki energy. We can hardly know what an animal experiences during a Reiki session, but their body intelligence obviously can recognise what is beneficial for them. They normally will become very still and seem to sense that something very special is taking place, and gratefully accept the energy.

The healing principles of Reiki are the same whether you are treating a person, or an animal. The Reiki energy flows just the same in all cases. From our experience the energy flow is even smoother with animals because they do not have any mental blocks, beliefs or prejudice about this type of healing.

Abused pets won't usually allow you to touch them at first. Try talking to them in a soothing voice. Use slow movements, and try beaming Reiki to the animal or perform Distant Healing so you won’t have to touch the animal at all.


If you have a pet, you can experiment with giving them Reiki. You will find that they will enjoy the loving energy of Reiki. It's also a good way to maintain your pet's health.

Reiki animal healing is now being applied to animals for disease treatment and general wellness. Reiki animal practitioners can be found in many countries now. Many veterinarians and veterinary nurses use Reiki in addition to conventional veterinary medicine. 

Reiki treatment can be calming and may help an agitated animal become a more loving and trusting pet.












Please, be aware that no other practitioner or vet can replace your loving touch in your pet's life.

Spend some time to contemplate whether you are prepared to make that small investment into a Reiki Course, if for no other reason, as an investment into your pet's health and happiness.



What other people say about benefits of Reiki treatment for a pet

(Email correspondence between the owner of Sam, the dog and a person providing distant healing to Sam

Not edited; please read chronologically, from bottom to top. Thank you)


Sent: Monday, April 19, 2010 4:46 AM

Subject: Re: Sam


Wow this is kind of unbelievable on Tuesday night the 13* she started to eat a little food scrapes then Wednesday she eat little more on Thursday for the first time in almost a month she ate some of her dog food and now she is eating a little better not totally normal but enough to keep her going. thank you and your friend this is a unbelievable thing that has happed!  i even called the vet a she has no idea why!!  this is a very interesting connection that you and i have! If it had not been for me seeing your painting and loving it more than any other painting i had even seen causing me to search you out my dog would not be around for my family! and it was funny also late last night i was laying on the floor with my dog and i told her that i was nice to have her back!




! In a message dated 4/18/2010 7:07:16 A.M. Central Daylight Time, writes:

Hi Bo, I need to explain why i asked for photos of Sam. Amongst many things I also practise reiki and with reiki you can send energy on distance. I was doing this for years for my parents. Reiki is very gentle energy and if could not help, it could not harm either. If it is Sam's destiny to go, reiki could not stop it but it might ease Sam's suffering. I am still doing it and also one of my friends who just learned this technique. So she is getting double dose of reiki full time.

ALOHA Nemesh


Sent: Mon, Apr 13, 2010 9:41 pm

Subject: Re: bad faded photo

Send me a pic of the dog and her name, please!


Sent:Tuesday, April 13, 2010 1:39 AM

Subject: Re: bad faded photo

  my 12 year old German Shepard has not eaten in three week and she will probably not live much longer and ther vets keep doing testing send me large bill's and come up with nothing and my kids keep looking to me for answers




*Bo’s place in the USA is 20 hrs behind New Zealand.

"I want both health and beauty." So, I'm getting Reiki and beauty treatment"