Pet Food Test - 255 Items
A wagging tail and affectionate leg rub is pretty easy to understand. Other behaviors your dog or cat may be displaying such as constant face rubbing, paw linking, sneezing and scratching are more difficult to interpret. Instead of trying to decipher your furry companion's behavior, use this intolerance test to find out if any of the 255 most common pet food ingredients in the market today are causing distress.
Is Your Dog's Or Cat's Food Making Them Feel Bad?
Food intolerances, also known as sensitivities and non-immunoglobulin E (IgE)-mediated food reactions, are very common in pets but hard to pinpoint because unlike "true allergies," non IgE responses have a delayed onset with symptoms appearing several hours or days after ingestion or exposure and last a longer period of time.
These hypersensitive reactions to certain substances like food may include indigestion, bloating, itchy or dry skin and overall discomfort to your dog or cat.
Stop Guessing! Get Answers!
This hair sample test uses bioresonance technology to identify 255 potential food intolerances:
- Proteins (chicken, turkey, venison, bison, beef, etc)
- Seafood (salmon, crab, shrimp, trout, etc)
- Fruits & Veggies (peas, sweet potato, apple, strawberry, etc)
- Grains (oats, brown rice, soy, barley, etc)
- Fats, Additives, Food Coloring, Preservatives, etc
IgE responses,"true" allergies involve the immune system while non IgE mediated responses involve other parts of the body and are not as severe or immediately noticeable as allergies.
10-15 strands of dog and cat 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.
This test does not provide testing for IgE or IgG mediated responses (true allergy involving the immune system causing anaphylaxis response.)