Pet Treats Test - 50 Items
Pet treats are fun to give but what if they are actually doing more harm than good? Pinpoint 50 of the most common pet treat ingredients that can cause symptoms such as constant paw licking or biting, digestive issues and more. Your cat's or dog's behavior may be due to food intolerances. Stop guessing and find out.
Example Of Food Sensitivities In Pets
No matter how close you are with your dog or cat, chances are when it comes to food sensitivities you have a difficult time finding out the cause. That's because these types of reactions can take hours or days to appear. They are called non-immunoglobulin E (IgE) mediated reactions.
Unlike allergies, non-IgE reactions do not involve the immune system. That's a good thing because they are not as severe as allergies but they are tricky to decipher.
Examples of behavior causes by intolerances or sensitivities in pets:
- Upset stomach
- Paw biting or licking
- Bloating, stomach distention
- Sudden loss of hair, bald patches
- Joint pain
- Hot spots
- Constant scratching
10-15 strands of pet hair are screened using bio resonance 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.)