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Use this hair strand test to zero in on environmental factors that may be causing your dog or cat to excessively chew and lick their paws, have gas or hot spots on their skin. Reactions to environmental sensitivities can take hours or weeks to appear, making it difficult to pinpoint the trigger. Use this hair strand test to get answers!
Does Your Pet Have A Runny Nose Or Gas? It Could Be An Intolerance
Just like people, dogs and cats can be sensitive to their environment. Pollen, mold and grasses are a few of natural environmental elements that can trigger non-immunoglobulin E (IgE)-mediated reactions, known as sensitivities.
No matter where you live or how often you let your dog or cat out, there's a good chance more than a few environmental factors are causing some grief including joint pain, digestive discomfort, diarrhea, and loss of hair.
All you need to do is send in a sample of your dog's or cat's hair and with the help to bioresonance technology, you will receive a complete report identifying environmental triggers that may be causing the unpleasant reactions.
10-15 strands of pet hair are screened using bioresonance technology.
Provides an extensive, easy-to-understand report within 5 – 7 days after the hair sample arrives at the processing center.
Tests for non-IgE mediated reactions or “intolerances.” This type of reaction may have a delayed onset with symptoms appearing several hours or days after ingestion or exposure and lasting a longer period of time.