Sheila  Wideman and Coal

 Sheila Wideman has acquired several clients across the US. As her career evolved from many years as a veterinary technician to a certified animal sports massage therapist. The veterinary background accompanied by the soft tissue knowledge and gentle approach is a good combination to be successful in helping many animals she has worked on. Some of Sheila's clients consist of US World Team competitors, AKC national agility finalists, USDAA agility finalist. Sheila has spoken at several Canine Clubs as well as performed demonstrations and has been interviewed & featured on local radio stations. She travels to many agility trials in various states including GA, AL, MS, SC, NC, KY, VA, & TN and was invited by Purina to be the exclusive CMT for the 2012  National Incredible Dog Challenge at Purina Farms in Gray Summit, MO which will be televised in January 2013.  Sheila also work's with many challenging pets that others have given up on & has offered her time and therapies to many that were in need. Sheila's passion and greatest love are the animals, she has never turned one away, including rabbits, cats, ferrets, sheep, goats, aggressive dogs, horses, and a little lamb. Her main objective is to continue to try to make a difference one creature at a time.......

Hi, My name is Sheila Wideman and I have had an unexplainable connection to animals all my life. Some say I have magic hands, others call me a true dog or horse whisperer, still others think I am an animal communicator. What I know is that I have been given a gift to help heal through touch, connecting with energy and focus to help balance the body, mind and spirit. I am only a vessel and I rely on the guidance from my higher power.  Massage Therapy is a complementary form of health care, and is not intended to diagnose or prescribe. It is not a substitute for regular or urgent Veterinary care.