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Dottie's Corner
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May 24, 2019

Dottie's Corner
Animals housed in an animal shelter are exposed to a very stressful environment. They are in a new, noisy place following routines very different from what they are used to, and they are separated from families they grew close to. Not strutting their stuff in a positive manner can cost them big time when it comes to impressing a possible new human family. Suncoast Humane Society’s dedicated team of staff and volunteers are always thinking outside of the box to provide comfort to the animals and keep them ready for a new home. Their latest animal enrichment programs include “Healing Touch for Animals,” “Reiki” and a very special “live cello” performance. Joyce volunteers her talents at Suncoast Humane Society providing healing through Reiki, on a weekly basis. Reiki is commonly known as a technique of relaxation and harmony through the power of the human touch. Joyce currently provides enrichment to the small animals in the shelter, like bunnies, recovering from medical treatment, or those who may be shy or scared. Cindy Baker donates her time to enrich the shelter animals’ lives with her Healing Touch for Animals program, a holistic therapy technique in which she uses her hands to clear, energize and balance the pet’s energy fields. Cellist Natalie Helm, a Principal Cello at the Sarasota Orchestra, visits Suncoast Humane Society to play for the shelter animals. Music has a powerful effect on humans and animals. Natalie’s performance was well received by her audience – some barked with enthusiasm, while others just vegged, getting as comfortable as they could, enjoying the soothing sounds of Bach’s Prelude. Shown here, Natalie Helm is playing for a dog. 

Animals housed in an animal shelter are exposed to a very stressful environment. They are in a new, noisy place following routines very different from what they are used to, and they are separated from families they grew close to. Not strutting their stuff in a positive manner can cost them big time when it comes to impressing a possible new human family. Suncoast Humane Society’s dedicated team of staff and volunteers are always thinking outside of the box to provide comfort to the animals and keep them ready for a new home. Their latest animal enrichment programs include “Healing Touch for Animals,” “Reiki” and a very special “live cello” performance. Joyce volunteers her talents at Suncoast Humane Society providing healing through Reiki, on a weekly basis. Reiki is commonly known as a technique of relaxation and harmony through the power of the human touch. Joyce currently provides enrichment to the small animals in the shelter, like bunnies, recovering from medical treatment, or those who may be shy or scared. Cindy Baker donates her time to enrich the shelter animals’ lives with her Healing Touch for Animals program, a holistic therapy technique in which she uses her hands to clear, energize and balance the pet’s energy fields. Cellist Natalie Helm, a Principal Cello at the Sarasota Orchestra, visits Suncoast Humane Society to play for the shelter animals. Music has a powerful effect on humans and animals. Natalie’s performance was well received by her audience – some barked with enthusiasm, while others just vegged, getting as comfortable as they could, enjoying the soothing sounds of Bach’s Prelude. Shown here, Natalie Helm is playing for a dog. 

Lots happening at the Suncoast Humane Society...
Thursday, May 23, 2019


Dottie's Corner
Lots happening at the Suncoast Humane Society...
Thursday, May 23, 2019

Dottie's Corner
Jewelry to the Rescue, Winn-Dixie’s Community Bag Program,ReptiDay and Crittter Classic Round-up...
Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Dottie's Corner

Farlow’s Party For A Cause Helps Suncoast Humane Society...


Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Dear Dottie
Heartworm Awareness, Suncoast HS Fundraiser and Pet Theft...
Friday, April 12, 2019

Dottie's Corner
SHS Fundraiser at Farlow's and Critter Classic Sponsors Needed...
Thursday, March 28, 2019

Dottie's Corner
SHS Thrift Stores Sale,Poison Prevention, and "Calling all Yogis!"
Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Dottie's Corner
Pets for the Elderly,SHS Adoption Special,Venice Wildlife Open House, andLagers for Labs...
Thursday, February 28, 2019





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