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I can't tell you the number of times that I thought she was out there in left field only to find that she was dead right. So now no matter how wild her statements are, I never doubt her! She is such an amazing healer and a wonderful friend.
- Julie Dickey -
I want to thank you again for your input and communications with Gunner. I can't explain it... but after our meeting, we went out to the barn that night to visit him... his eyes seemed to continue our conversation from earlier! It was like he was trying to tell us more. Thanks again, Toni! You have a wonderful gift... a TRUE gift! Thank you for sharing it with us! We will be forever grateful to you.
- Kym -
"Thank you" just doesn't seem powerful enough for what you have done for us. These three horses were very ill when we started. As of their last blood work they are all back within a normal range. The horses we lost were not only part of our family, but they touched so many lives in their therapy work. Thanks to you, we plan to be up and running again come springtime. God Bless.
- Patti Gillham, Owner Green Acres Therapeutic Riding Center -
My stallion's face began to atrophy for no apparent reason on the right side. We had owned him less than a year when I began to notice a problem. I called Toni and through her, he told us he had an untreated ear infection that had made a "hole" in his bone and damaged the "yellow" nerve in his face. The vet said an ear infection had been untreated for years. It had eaten a hole in the bone in his face and caused nerve damage. His face may never be back totally normal but the
- Vicki Boots -
I think of you often, and I tell everyone I wouldn't be here if it weren't for you. You helped me through a pretty rocky road. Today I am stronger than I have been in since I can't remember when, and when I laugh, it's for real now. I am riding my horse again....so glad I didn't sell them while dealing with my problems. Looking back I still remember the feelings I felt and how horrible I felt, I still stumble every now and then, but I usually steady myself pretty quickly; I f