Have you ever wondered if your cat can have allergies? The answer is, yes they can! The sad part is your purrfect partner can’t voice their pain or discomfort. Every good fur mom or dad wants the very best for their pets.
Cats can have allergies, just like us. Your pet can be allergic to their cat food or other environmental toxins. The allergies your cat might have could seriously affect their health.
Here are some common signs that your cat might have allergies:
- Your cat is constantly scratching
- Your cat is biting their paws
- Your cat is rubbing their face
- Your cat has severe skin problems
- Your cat has breathing problems
- Your cat has regular digestive issues
- Your cat is snoring
- Your cat has bald patches
- Your cat has redness around their chin, ears, eyes, and mouth
The first step to help your cat is figuring what they are allergic to, it could be seasonal allergies, environmental issues, and/or food sensitivities. It can be hard for us to figure on our own, really it’s a guessing game. Why not be sure? Besides seeing a Vet, you can also get allergy testing done. The results are fascinating.
We have partnered with 5Strands Pet Testing so you no longer have to guess if your cat has reactions or intolerances to food or other factors. Here is what they can offer your purrfect partner:
5Strands Affordable Pet Testing provides a non-invasive HAIR analysis test on over 300 items to help you zero in on the key sensitivities. You can use our testing results as a screening tool to make the necessary dietary and environmental lifestyle changes necessary to address your pet’s issues.
5Strands Affordable Pet Testing scans your pet’s hair sample (10-15 strands) using bio-resonance technology and provides an extensive, easy-to-understand report. You can expect to receive your pet’s test results within 5 – 7 days after the hair sample arrives at the processing center.
As a reminder, 5 Strands Affordable Pet Testing only tests for non-IgE mediated reactions or “intolerances.” This type of reaction may have a delayed onset with symptoms appearing several hours or days after ingestion or exposure and lasting a longer period of time.
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