Clients have been telling me for ages that I should promote my Bio-resonance Screening for Pets. So here it is, I’m getting it out there!
For as long as I have been a Naturopath (26 years), I have always helped clients’ pets with homeopathic and flower essence remedies. Animals respond well to these gentle remedies.
In the last 6 years, I have been using the Bio-resonance screening (with a small hair sample from your pet), to test possible underlying issues your pet may be having with their health. This can be skin complaints, anxiety, digestive issue, other imbalances – the list is endless.
I have tested dogs and cats mainly; however I tested and made up a remedy for a rooster a while ago.
Check out just a few of the Pet Health testimonials:
Luna, Cara’s puppy – “skin rash that didn’t improve with the vet’s steroid cream”
On testing Luna’s hair sample, it came up that the puppy had an intolerance to “yeast”. I asked Cara to check to see if there was yeast in the food she was giving Luna. There was added “yeast extract”. Yeast is a natural way of providing Vitamin B complex. Simple fix – Cara changed Luna’s food to one that didn’t have added yeast extract. Also because it came up on the Asyra screening that the rash was fungal, I suggested to Cara to add a few drops of tea tree oil to Luna’s pet wash to help clear up the rash quicker.
Cara’s story about Luna:
“Deb is AMAZING and I would recommend to anyone/everyone!
By sending a sample of my dog Luna’s hair who was constantly SO ITCHY, she pin pointed the specific allergies that were causing this irritating reaction. Deb also provided a remedy to help clear the issues and boost her immune system.
Multiple vet visits could not pin point or help in anyway apart from prescribing steroids – just ONE consult with Deb solved Luna’s issues NATURALLY.
THANK YOU DEB!” Cara Samios, Brisbane
My own cat Millie – “neurotoxins from imported cat food”
I woke one morning, to find that Millie must have been walking around and around in circles for along time, as she was so exhausted she could no longer hold herself up, yet she was compelled to keep walking around in this small circle. I was so distressed to see her like this, I took her to the local vet. He could not find anything that could be causing this peculiar behaviour. He checked her ears for an infection – nothing, and when he shaved her front leg to take a blood sample, I picked up her hair and put it into a tissue to take home and test on my Asyra. What the Asyra detected is that she had a bacteria that comes from fish in Vietnam and is a known neurotoxin (toxic to the nervous system). The brain is the “mother-board” of the nervous system. I realised whilst I had been buying her the good quality biscuits from the vet, I had been getting some cheap tinned cat food for a couple of weeks. This is where I suspect this bacteria was coming from. I stopped that cat food, and went back to the usual food I gave her. Made her up a remedy, to clear out the toxic bacteria from her system. Within a few days, she had improved. She was left with a slight nervous twitch however, she lived until a good old age of 14 years.
Jimmy the Dog – “anxious in storms”
Jimmy’s owner told me that her dog knew when a storm was coming from kilometres away as Jimmy would get really anxious. I made up a remedy for Jimmy – he now sleeps whilst any storms just pass by.
Katie cat pulls through after a nasty tick bite.
Katie another of my cats was found in a terrible state from a tick bite. I removed the tick (the proper way I had been shown) Then I started giving her Rescue Remedy, every 15 minutes and took her to the vet. The vet wasn’t too hopeful about her case. When I called the next morning to see whether she had survived the night after the anti-venin, to my surprise and the vet’s she was alive. The vet then mentioned that he had a number of pets come in that week-end from ticks including a large robust dog. Katie cat was the only pet that pulled through that weekend. I told him I had given her rescue remedy and he agreed that is more than likely what helped her pull through from the shock of firstly the tick and secondly from the anti-venin, on her already weak little body. Maybe it was a coincidence, but I continue to highly recommend Rescue Remedy for pets.