Healing Animals OrganisationTM
Helping Animals To Heal Themselves
© Elizabeth Whiter MHAO MNFSH IIZ ITEC Dip.WSA
Working in association with the following animal charities
AIMS & OBJECTIVES OF THE HEALING ANIMALS ORGANISATION
The Healing Animals Organisation has been set up to help animals in need. One very important function is to provide a register of graduate, fully insured animal healers click here who have successfully completed the Diploma in Animal Healing with Elizabeth Whiter. This register will be made available to members of the public, animal rescue centres, charities and vets via the website. Read More…
Dr Rohini Sathish BVSC & AH MSC MRCVS MHAO MCVIT is the Chief Veterinary Consultant and media spokesperson on veterinary related matters for the Healing Animals Organisation. Dr Rohini is a holistic integrative vet with more than 20 yrs of experience in conventional veterinary medicine and surgery. She is a graduate of the Diploma in Animal Healing with Elizabeth Whiter and has trained in Veterinary Acupuncture and herbal medicine.
Testimonial from Dr Rohini Sathish after completing the Diploma in Animal Healing :
“Everything happens for a reason and I have no doubt that meeting Elizabeth was no accident. I have been a successful conventional vet for 20years but have always known that there is more to veterinary medicine. It is not just a physical medicine there is a need to heal the spirit, a need to develop a spiritual understanding with my animal patient. Therefore, learning Animal Healing from Elizabeth Whiter has been an amazing transformational journey and I now believe I am a complete Veterinarian.
Elizabeth’s passion, compassion and her dedication to animal well being is infectious and so genuine, that I feel tremendous respect for her work and feel greatly privileged to be working alongside her on our mission to better the lives of animals and their guardians worldwide.” Dr Rohini Sathish
Vision, Mission and Values
To co-create a caring world where all animals are respected and treated with compassion.
To raise awareness of animal healing and its contribution to animal wellbeing through a framework of globally recognised, unique, professional, vocational qualifications.
To provide hands-on training and education that empowers others to bring about change to prevent cruelty and suffering and promote kindness to animals.
To work hand in hand with like-minded national and international charities and organisations.
To apply our knowledge, skills, experience and passion to inspire others.
- We work as one team, respecting the role and contribution of everyone and supporting each other to deliver our mission.
- We are passionate about maintaining the integrity and relevance of our qualifications to build confidence and empower practice.
- We take great pride in nurturing students to graduation and continuing their professional development through a framework of workshops and opportunities to practice.
- We treat everyone we come into contact with compassion and without judgement.
- We aim to provide a centre of excellence in animal healing and holistic health and wellbeing that respects all aspects of all animals.
- We aim to provide an excellent service to animal guardians, animal rescue centres worldwide and the veterinary fraternity, going beyond what is expected of us when we can.
- We lead by example, promoting animal welfare in everything we do, and educating to protect animals for future generations.
ACE Animal Care Egypt
Healing Animals Organisation (HAO) is supporting a project at ACE to provide subsidised neutering for pets of Egyptian owners in Luxor. The current cat and dog population is a great problem in the city. By providing locals access to neutering for their pets we can work towards decreasing the number of unwanted kittens and puppies and can help educate owners on how to care for their animals.
The Donkey Sanctuary is situated on the Algarve. The sanctuary hosts about 20 donkeys, 5 mules, 1 horse and about 94 dogs. All dogs are neutered or spayed. The Sanctuary’s goal is to home as many dogs as possible in Portugal itself. The Portuguese do not take puppies older then 3 or 4 months, so older dogs sometimes fly to Germany or Holland as they have a better chance of adoption over there. Read More…
” The Acorn Project “
Animal Rescue | Education | Therapy
Initially set up in Somerset in 2004 by Steve Shore , the acorn project is now based in Lincolnshire and takes in animals from across the UK . We provide quality care for all our animals and take on the more time-consuming cases such as orphan rearing, unusual, older or difficult animals who need specialist care, plenty of TLC or training. Read More…
View HAO fundraising activities here
Animal Sanctuary Testimonials
Elizabeth Whiter and her students from the Healing Animals Organisation have been visiting and helping the homeless animals at the RSPCA Brighton centre for many years. The time, love, healing and treatments that have been given have helped in so many ways, improving the animals chances of finding permanent loving homes. We would also like to say a big THANK YOU for all the fundraising Elizabeth and her students has done for us. RSPCA Brighton. Read More…
The events leading up to our meeting with Liz, our wonderful friend and healer… thank you Liz!
My beautiful boxer, Woody, has always been exceptionally fit and healthy, lively and full of beans as Boxers are reknowned! Last Christmas he began to favour one leg when standing and on a couple of occasions was unable to clear a fence that he usually flew over. Read More…