This book is dedicated to my two doggie friends, without whom I may have never discovered thepower of EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques). When first introduced to EFT, I was a realsceptic. I thought it was a strangely mechanical method unlikely to be of much use. When Irediscovered EFT a couple of years later, I was still very sceptical. I decided to put it to the test.Flop and Tuft were abandoned at around 4 months old. When I came to live with their adoptiveDad, they were terrified of going in the car. I wondered whether perhaps it was because they had been thrown out of a car when abandoned. I didn’t really expect it to work, but decided to usewhat I’d read about EFT for animals, to try to cure their fear of going in the car.Tuft became my first of what is known in EFT circles as a “One Minute Wonder”. After tworounds of tapping, I jokingly opened the back of the car and asked him if he’d like to go for adrive. He jumped in and, wagging his tail furiously, looked at me as if to say, “Well what are youwaiting for?”Flop became my introduction to the world of aspects, and how it’s not all about one minutewonders. After a couple of weeks of tapping, clearing all the issues that I could think of, Flopstarted happily joining us on our adventures in the car.I will be forever grateful to my two doggies pals for opening my mind to the power of EFT. Andto their Dad for introducing me to it (and them!).