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Allergies in Dogs, What to Consider
What to Know about Allergies in Dogs
Does your Dog Experience Symptoms Like:
- Warm Weather Flare Ups (summer “allergies”)
- Itchy Skin and Paws
- Excessive Licking and Scratching
- Serious or Minor Hair Loss Issues
- Hot Spots (some cases)
- Ear Infections (some cases)
- Blackened Skin
- Offensive, Intolerable Odor
In A Nut-Shell:
Your dog is itching and scratching all over. He’s losing his hair, has yucky spots on his skin, battles ear infections, and/or smells terrible. He’s gone to the vet several times and received medications like antibiotics or steroids. Afterwards, the dog often gets better for a short period time while on the medications, then after the meds run their course the problem returns a little worse than before. So it’s back to the vet repeat the process and on it goes. Maybe you’ve even taken him to the dermatologist and had allergy testing done and begun a series of allergy shots. On and on it goes and you are wondering what is going on because these treatments only seem to work for a short time before the symptoms return again. Or you may have been tempted by a “Silver Bullet” answer, where ads propose that one single product is going to help resolve the issues and make your headaches go away. This is ill-advised, since these are always complex problems (as being described above) and there simply is not a simple (and cheap) answer.
Well, we want you to know that you have come to the right place! We hear similar stories from customers multiple times every day. It’s time you found the real solution by following Nzymes Healthy Skin Program. Help your dog get back on track the natural way. Do this the and we GUARANTEE that you’ll see the results you want!
The Question: How do I get rid of my dog’s allergies?
The Problem: Actually, “Allergies” is most likely not the problem at all
The Clarification: Not sure whether to believe it’s Allergies or Something Else? — CLICK HERE
The medical field defines an ‘allergy’ as “abnormal reaction or over-reaction of the immune system.” Therefore, when a veterinarian sees your dog’s immune system reacting (or being extra sensitive) to foods, treats, grass, trees, etc., they often believe it is food allergies that they are experiencing. Typically a vet will prescribe a special prescription pet food for sensitive dogs and later maybe an antibiotic, steroid, topical medicated cream, or antihistamine to help with the symptoms. The PROBLEM with this approach is that the pet food is generally full of sugar and starchy carbohydrates ingredients that feed sugar to the actual root of the problem, Yeast.
The medications (like antibiotics and steroids) beside their medicinal help, can damage the natural flora of the gut and inhibit the immune system of your pet. Often this can cause detrimental side effects and a wide variety of symptoms. But what good is any of this if the problem consistently comes back to haunt your pet, causing you more vet visits and medications. Allergy shots and dermatology visits are also often recommended once the medications stop masking the symptoms. And “masking the symptoms” is exactly what these medications do.
If your dog should be experiencing problems that are actually the result of an allergic reaction, not just a vet’s assessment, those kinds of reactions and symptoms should dissipate and go away once the allergens are removed from the equation. In our experience, these kinds of allergic reactions in dogs are rare rather than common.
Actual Allergy Issues
Though there may be situations where Pets may truly be allergic to things they come in contact with, eat or inhale, it is important to understand that this type of problem is rare. This is totally in contrast to a viewpoint within the veterinary community that seems oriented toward the notion that there a large numbers of dogs (or cats) that are prone to be allergic to nearly anything or everything once this basic digestive tract problem pops up it misleading head.
However, here at NZYMES, we have come to have extremely heavy experience related to pets with these “so called” allergy issues on a daily basis since 1999, with 10’s of thousands of serious and challenging cases resolved over those years. Our findings and experience show that these “allergy assumptions” are truly misdirected, and that at the root of these misdiagnosed allergy problems is virtually always a systemic yeast overgrowth issue, which IS resolvable. Whereas, there is NO real resolution possible where the “keep the allergies in check” treatment approach is in use. NZYMES has researched and developed our Healthy-Skin Program with the help of leading Pet Nutritionists and Veterinary Immune System Specialists over the years. With all those years of research, approach adjustments, and tremendous success in an estimated 60,000+ cases, the facts show us that almost EVERY TIME, the affected pet is actually battling a Systemic Yeast Infection of the digestive tract – which can be reversed, over time, with our nutritionally-focused Healthy-Skin Program. This is not a cure; it’s actually about re-balancing the gut by pushing and crowding-out the Yeast and rebuilding healthy bacterial colonies to the point that they are back in proper control of the gut environment.
For years we researched and developed our Healthy-Skin Program along with the top Pet Nutritionists and leading Veterinary Immune System Specialists. The only way to effectively manage this yeast problem is to use the right nutrition factors to naturally strengthen the pet’s immune system and digestive tract. This allows the pet to then to rebuild and recover slowly, at it’s own pace, to resolve what are sometimes overwhelming cleansing symptoms.
One Simple Warning – The Symptoms may get worse before they gets better!
We have experienced such tremendous results with this approach for over a 15 years now, and more success stories come into our mailbox each and every day. Our program has proven to be successful over 90% of the time. But we have to tell you that ‘whats inside has to come out’ and ‘the symptoms will worsen before they get better‘. You need to know what to expect so you can help your pet through 3 to 7 month cleansing process.
This is the approach that we take here at Nzymes. Our Healthy-Skin Program and powerful products combined properly balance pet foods and a set of 5 simple steps to follow will successfully assist your pet in it recovery. We Guarantee It, or your Money Back!
The Healthy-Skin Kits (Large or Small) will help with the tough challenge of rebuilding the gut’s ‘friendly bacteria colonies’ and Candida yeast overgrowth in the GI tract with healthy ‘friendly bacteria colonies’. This digestive imbalance must be ‘mostly’ corrected before your pet’s observed symptoms will significantly subside. However, secondary cleansing will continue for 5-6 months (or more) beyond the disappearance of most symptoms. A Maintenance Program is recommended after the detox to prevent future relapses of this very tough problem.
The NZYMES® Healthy-Skin Kits are designed to offer a low-cost and effective solution to the overall issues while naturally supporting a healthy immune system.
Nzymes Healthy Skin Kit, Large – One of Several Choices