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.