Go to the horse health page. They have set up another  equine massage (remember The Galen Academy and the lawsuits in CT) http://animaltherapyinternational.com/
Read the testimonials. They sound totally legit :eek:http://animaltherapyinternational.com/2164.html[/QUOTE]
What an entertaining site! What a melodrama!
…we were told by 3 vets - put her down…
…Jim came out at 5:30 pm and looked the horse over who had been down for 3 days. He started manual therapy and kept working until 2 am… …came back at 6 am… …At 3 pm the horse got up!
Awww! How sweet!
Wait, did she say that horse suffered for four days???
we told Jim “we can never fully re-pay you for all the hours of work and what you just did”…
I have a tear in my eye. How could they every repay him?
Wait for it… Wait for it…
“just buy me a cup of coffee - I didn’t do it for money.”
And thats’s how you end a story! Lifetime? Lifetime? I found your script! You left it lying around on the Internet.
Wait, there’s more:
The therapy he applies and teaches is a gift from God.
Yes. Of course it is.
Anytime a company uses God, Family, and/or Country as a sales pitch, I assume that company is scamming and its product is not good enough to stand on its own merits. That’s just my opinion.