Heather Wallace is a Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist (ESMT) and Certified Canine Massage Therapist (CCMT) located in Monmouth County, New Jersey. An overachiever by nature, Heather is always seeking to help animals of all kinds through natural and alternative therapies.

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Providing exceptional quality and specializing in sensitive animals, Heather uses massage and aromatherapy to provide holistic wellness to relieve: inflammation, pain, anxiety and increase: flexibility, mobility, and speed healing.  

Heather is also the Content Manager for EquineInfoExchange.com and a regular writer for a number of publications including Sidelines Magazine, and Holistic Horse Magazine. Her first book, Equestrian Handbook of Excuses, was a 2017 Literary Selection for the Equus Film Festival. Available for preorder now is her second book, Confessions of a Timid Rider, which details her insights about being an anxiety-ridden but passionate equestrian. In her spare time, of which she has little, she spends her time with her husband, three children, two dogs, and pony. You can follow her on social media @bridleandbone or at bridleandbone.com.

 

 


Interviews

Interested in contacting Heather for an interview regarding animal massage therapy for your blog, newspaper, magazine or podcast? Send her an email.

 


Bridle & Bone: Horses, Dogs, and Holistic Wellness


  • Finalist 2018 BlogPaws “Best Beyond Paws” Pet Blog.
  • Ranked #25 in Top 100 Equestrian Blogs by Feedspot.
  • Top 100 Pet Blog by Feedspot.
  • Blogger Recognition Award 2017.
  • Haynet Equestrian Blogger of the Year 2017 Nominee.
  • 2017 Dog Writer’s Association Nominee.
  • 2017 BlogPaws Nose-to-Nose Nominee: Best Unconventional Pet Blog, Best New Pet Blog, Best Pet Blog Design, Best Written Blog Post.

 

Praise for Bridle & Bone

“Your post is brilliant I love it, you’re such a talented writer I love the way you write, very informative but easy reading.” Danielle Reynolds, DVR Equestrian.

“Heather’s knowledge, writing skills and professional approach to her blog and site make her an absolute joy to work with.”  – Jodi Ziskin, Director of Communications, Treatibles.

Heather’s blog is a little broader than just equestrian, covering our other four legged furry friends too – dogs. Heather’s blog content speaks for herself, however her strong passion for driving a blogging community and supporting others in the blogosphere shouldn’t go unrecognised, especially while managing a busy family life.” – Sophie Tunnah, Team Tunnah Eventing.

“I admire your courage and honesty about your fears and the fact that you are overcoming them so publicly everyday. I do think you, your blog, and your writing were put here for a reason; to inspire and help others and as a model for your sweet children.” Stephanie Seger, Big Dog Mom.

“Im so glad you decided to start blogging! I don’t ride and I’ll never own a horse, but I like your writing and storytelling. I love this line so much: “The words simply poured out of me like racehorses at the gate just waiting to be unleashed.” You have a good voice and I’m glad you’ve opened the gates!” Debbie Bailey, Life with Mutts.

“I absolutely love getting to know about horses and you through this blog and by connecting via BlogPaws. So happy to have you in the community. You are providing a valuable blog that many learn from, so thank you!” Carol Bryant, Fidose of Reality and BlogPaws Team.

“I think your writing has a lot of information and a lot of heart! That’s a wonderful combination. Your passion, along with your triumphs as well as struggles shine through. It’s very real and I think people really respond to that. I’m so glad you started your blog and that you’re a part of the BlogPaws community as well!!” Cathy Armato, Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them and BlogPaws Ambassador.