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What we offer at The K9 Nutritionist

Is your pet displaying unknown symptoms? Perhaps the reactions are to certain food items? The pets intolerance test uses your pet’s hair sample to test 300 different food items.

THE TEST: Our Pet Intolerance Test provides an analysis of 300 items found in the diet of most dogs in one easy to understand report. Using a small sample of hair/fur, we test against items including Meats and Dairy, Egg, Gluten and Vegetables, Non-food Environmental Items, Metals Vitamins and Minerals.

Plus, you will receive a comprehensive guide helping you eliminate possible causes from your pet’s diet.

EASY PROCESS: We make the process easy for you by mailing you out everything you need to be able to take your sample and submit it to the lab. 

TAKE CONFIDENCE: The lab that we have partnered with has tested over 250,000 samples Worldwide and they offer a 100% money-back guarantee!

NOT JUST TESTING: We are also able to offer comprehensive analysis of the results, with a full plan of what you need to do for your dog going forwards. 

BIO-RESONANCE TESTING: 

  • Classed as Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM).

  • Results do not constitute a medical diagnosis.

  • Equipment used is MARS III (Multiple Analytical Resonance Systems).

  • Results reported on 85% response rate or higher.

Bio-resonance therapy is a complimentary medicine using a device that captures and diagnoses electromagnetic signals coming from the body. Developed in the 1970’s by a team of medical doctors and bio-physicists, these devices are in regular use in over 26 different countries.

 

Hair tests (Bioresonance Therapy) are categorised as Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAMs) covering therapies that fall outside mainstream medicine. Conventional medicine does not currently recognise Bioresonance as it has not been subject to significant scientific research.

Bioresonance reports and related information do not make a medical diagnosis nor is it intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a vet or other qualified health provider if your pet has a medical condition and/or medical symptoms. Never disregard professional vet’s advice or delay in seeking it.

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