Sue London


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A story of healing through the power of pet therapy.....


    When I was asked by very dear friends to give a one-year old shih tzu a home, I had no idea what impact this would have on my life. In 1987 Rocky became part of our family.

     As soon as I heard of the possibility that this dog would be put to sleep for not having a home, there was no question in my heart that I had to adopt him. It was love at first sight between us. When I first laid eyes on him, I immediately picked him up. He put his head on my shoulder, and placed his paws around my neck as if he was giving me a hug. At the time, I had no idea how much he would mean to me.

     Later in that year, I discovered I was going to have my first child. This would be the first significant challenge in my life. In the seventh month of my pregnancy I started having complications. Rocky was there with me every step of the way. He would constantly lick me and look into my eyes. I sensed he was trying to tell me all would be okay. March of 1988 I delivered a wonderful baby girl.

     Months later I began to quickly lose a lot of weight. Soon after I was diagnosed as having Crohn's disease. This came as a huge blow.  Once again, Rocky was there for me. I would spend hours at a time in the washroom. Every time Rocky would scurry to be there with me before I shut the door. He would sit and lick my legs, cry and sense the pain that I felt. It was so comforting to have him there beside me. I found him to be therapeutic for me. When I would experience the severe pain that can accompany Crohn's Disease, Rocky would move toward me, and breathe very heavily into my ear. It was as if he wanted me to focus on his breathing and not my pain. His presence taught me that by breathing very deeply, I could handle the pain better.

     Time passed. The baby got bigger and the Crohn's disease was in remission. I was pregnant with another child. Because I had Crohn's Disease, this became a high-risk pregnancy. I spent approximately 2 months in the hospital fighting to stay alive. My weight was down to 80 pounds.

     One day my family brought me a wonderful surprise. They told me that to see this surprise, I had to get up and walk down the hall.  I found the strength and walked down the hall and out onto the patio. Instantly I started to cry. There was my furry friend wagging his tail. It was wonderful to see him. It was not long after that visit that I recovered and was on my way home again. Months later I delivered a beautiful healthy baby girl. The strength, the courage, and the determination Rocky gave me were priceless.

           Three years later my marriage ended. This dog became my rock! When things became very stressful my 4-legged friend would be right there licking me and giving me love. That was his way of saying all would be okay. He was right. Many people would say to me, "You are going through all of this for a reason". Years later I can see that, but at the time I didn't believe them.

     In life everything happens for a reason. In my life I was given a dog named Rocky to get me through some very difficult days. On December 3, 2001 at 9:40 am in our home, Rocky died peacefully in my arms. We will all miss Rocky so much, but I thank God for all the time I have had with my magnificent friend. I feel that my friend knows that I will be okay without him. Just before he passed on, a wonderful new man came into my life to take his place. Rocky’s memory will live with me eternally.

 Now I inspire audiences and readers of all ages to do the things that they’ve postponed for too long. I encourage people to adopt a positive attitude and stay true to their dreams – (Continued at right)

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as I have personally done so successfully in my own life. 

Now as an international radio host I inspire audiences. I has regained my health and I am enjoying life in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, where I teach others how to heal themselves, their loved ones, and their pets; I coach people to make positive life changes; operate an intuitive healing practice with people and animals; writes books; speaks professionally, and works in the community to share my passion of helping others GET INSPIRED.

My accomplishments include being nominated for HALTON WOMAN OF THE YEAR 2004, and awarded the BUSINESS MASTERY AWARD 2007 by John Assaraf, star of the major motion picture/ and book, THE SECRET. I have been featured in over 50 magazines around the world. I has been interviewed on over 300 + international radio shows. I am being featured in an upcoming book in 2011 called, “AMAZING WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD”.  I am being featured in an upcoming book in summer of 2011 called, “A Doctor's Guide to Dog Therapy and Healing. The Power of Wagging Tails”. I am being featured in Jack Canfield’s upcoming book “PEOPLE WHO SUCCEED” .Recently I was featured on Cable television on the Pet Network. The segment was such a success and I was brought back to do 3 more segments. My television career is now beginning to unfold!

   The next time you see an animal give it some love. I am sure it will have a wonderful affect on you!

 Copyright Sue London 2011.  All rights reserved.  Sue is the Author of “Soar Above It All”, “Rocky’s Trip To The Hospital” and “Rocky’s Positive Thoughts Coloring Book”. Contact Sue London by email

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