Find Out If Your Dog Or Cat Is Over Exposed To Metals And Minerals
Dogs and cats like to get their paws, mouths and noses into everything. We love that about them, except when it may be exposing them to dangerous substances. Some dangers are obvious but others are not.
Did you know that your dog’s or cat’s ceramic glazed food bowl may be a source of heavy metal or mineral toxicity? Toys, golf balls and other seemingly innocent items can also pose danger to their health.
Their food is also a potential source. There are no regulations overseeing heavy metal concentration in pet foods. Meanwhile, symptoms of toxicity may be digestive, something you could easily overlook or mistakenly tie to something else.
This hair strand test uses bioresonance testing to uncover imbalances of 40 metals and minerals including: