Transform your pets health and improve their life.

Discover root causes of their illness and ailments and find solutions that enable their body to heal naturally without side effects by booking a pet intolerance health test.

Intolerance & Health Testing - How it works

STEP 1

Order an intolerance test

STEP 2

Cut a small hair sample

STEP 3

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STEP 4

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STEP 5

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Pet hypersensitivity test

489 items tested

£78.00 £58.00

Does your pet seem under the weather?

  • lacking energy
  • Itching, scratching,inflamed skin
  • runny nose/ sneezing
  • Stomach problems
  • Stiff joints
  • Bloating
  • Sinus issues
  • Ear and eye irritation
  • Mood changes

Just like the human variety, our furry friends can also suffer from intolerances from the food they eat and from environmental influences. 

Common environmental triggers include:

  • Moulds
  • Pollens from trees, flowers, weeds and grasses
  • Fleas
  • Dust
Using a small sample of your pet’s hair, our pet intolerance test, tests 489 food and non food items including the common above environmental triggers along with the commonly added ingredients that make up your animals food and treats. Take control of your pet’s wellbeing, order this test today to restore a spring in their step, a sparkle in their eye and a healthier happier pet.
Please consult your Veterinary practitioner before making any major dietary changes for your pet.

489

Foods and non-foods tested

Pet hypersensitivity

Discover the reasons for your Pets perplexing symptoms and restore their energy and sparkle. Items tested include environmental substances, common food items in pet food and treats as well as a range of additives commonly used.

Pet hypersensitivity:- What we test for

Air pollution (3)

Dust
Fungus
Mould

Antioxidants (4)
E310 Propyl gallate (gallate) E320 Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) E321 Butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) E338 Phosphoric acid
Beans and Pulses (4)

Lima beans
Navy beans
Lentils
Chickpeas

Cereals, grains and flours (37)
Barley Buckwheat Corn gluten Cornmeal Cornflour/corn starch Gliadin (Wheat-Rye-Gluten) Gluten Gram flour Hemp Maize flour Millet Oats Oats Oats organic Pea flour Potato starch Psyllium husk Pumpkin seeds Quinoa Rice Rice bran Rice flour Rice long grain brown organic Rice long grain white Rice short-grain white Rye Sesame seeds Sorghum Soya Soya bean flour Spelt flour Sunflower seeds Tapioca Wheat Wheat flour white plain Wheat flour wholemeal Wheat ground
Colourings (10)
E100 Curcumin E102 Tartrazine E110 Sunset yellow FCF E124 Ponceau 4R E129 Allura red Ac E131 Patent blue E142 Green S E162 Beetroot red (beta in) E171 Titanium dioxide E202 Potassium sorbate
Common food additives in animal food (12)
E300 Ascorbic Acid ( vitamin C) E301 Sodium L-ascorbate E306 Natural tocopherols (Vitamin E) E307 synthetic alpha-tocopherol (Tocopherol) E308 synthetic gamma-tocopherol (Tocopherol) E309 synthetic delta-tocopherol (Tocopherol) E320 Butylated Hydroxyanisole/BHA E321 Butylated Hydroxytoluene/BHT E322 Lecithins E412 Gua gum High fructose corn syrup Xanthum gum
Dairy (7)
Butter Cheddar Cheese Cream Goats milk Lactose Milk
Diet and nutrition - Dietary supplements (17)
Algae Chamomile Chicory Chondroitin sulphate Collagen Glucosamine Glycerol Grape seed extract Green lipped mussel Green tea extract Inulin Lemon balm Linseed Milk thistle Powered cellulose Slippery elm Yucca extract
Diet and nutrition - Dog and cat food ingredients (119)
Apples Bananas Basil Beef broth Beef fat Beef heart Beef hide Beef jerky Beef kidney Beef liver Beef meal Beef tallow Beet Beetroot dried Bison meal Blueberry Bone meal Brewers rice Canola oil Cashew nuts Catfish Catfish meal Catnip Celery Cheddar cheese Chicken broth Chicken by product Chicken fat Chicken heart Chicken liver Chicken meal Chickpeas Chicory root Coconut oil Coriander/ cilantro Corn gluten Corn meal Cranberry Dandelion greens Dried venison liver Duck gizzard Duck liver Duck meat meal E307 Synthetic alpha-tocopherol ( Tocopherol) E308 Synthetic gamma-tocopherol (Tocopherol) E309 synthetic delta-tocopherol ( Tocopherol) E322 Lecithins E412 Gua gum Fenugreek Fish broth Fish meal Gelatine Ginger Glucosamine hydrochloride Gram flour Green beans Ground yellow corn Ham Hemp Hempseed oil Herring meal Herring oil High fructose corn syrup Hydrolyzed crustacean shells Inositol Kangaroo Kelp Lamb meal Ocean fish meal Oregano powder Oyster Parsley Pea fibre Pea protein Peanut Peanut butter Pheasant gizzard Pheasant liver Pig heart Pig kidney Pig liver Pig skins Pork fat Pork meal Poultry fat Pumpkin seeds Quail Rabbit heart Rabbit liver Rabbit meal Raspberries Rice bran Rice flour Sage Salmon meal Sardine meal Sardine oil Sesame seeds Sorghum Soy bean meal Soy protein isolate Soybean oil Strawberries Sunflower oil Sunflower seeds Turkey broth Turkey giblets Turkey gizzard Turkey liver Turkey meal Turmeric Vegetable broth Vegetable oil Venison meal White fish skins Whitefish meal Xanthan gum Yam Yeast
Eggs (3)

Egg
Egg white
Egg yolk

Emulsifiers (1)
E460 Cellulose
Fats / Oils (12)
Borage oil Coconut oil Cod liver oil Evening primrose oil Hempseed oil Herring oil Oils general Olive oil Sardine oil Soybean oil Sunflower oil Vegetable oil
Fish (4)
Mussels general Mussels common Red herring Sole
Fruit (6)
Apples Bananas Blueberry Cranberry Raspberries Strawberries
Herbs (8)
Basil Coriander/cilantro Fenugreek Ginger Oregano powder Rosemary Sage Turmeric
Meat (53)
Bacon Beef Beef broth Beef dried Beef fat Beef heart Beef hide Beef jerky Beef kidney Beef liver Beef tallow Chicken Chicken broth Chicken by product Chicken fat Chicken fat Chicken heart Chicken liver Dried venison liver Duck Duck gizzard Duck liver Gelatine Ham Horse Kangaroo Lamb Lambs liver Marrow Mutton Ox liver Pheasant gizzard Pheasant liver Pig heart Pig kidney Pig liver Pig liver Pig skins Pork Pork fat Poultry fat Quail Rabbit Rabbit heart Rabbit liver Tripe Turkey Turkey broth Turkey giblets Turkey gizzard Turkey liver Veal Venison
Miscellaneous (8)
Brewers rice Catnip Hydrolyzed crustacean shells Pea fibre Pea protein Peanut butter Soy protein isolate Yeast
Nuts (2)
Cashew nut Peanut
Particular dog and cat food ingredients (18)
Beef meal Bison meal Bone meal Catfish meal Corn meal Duck meat meal Fish meal Herring meal Lamb meal Ocean fish meal Pork meal Rabbit meal Salmon meal Sardine meal Soybean meal Turkey meal Venison meal Whitefish meal
Pollen - Flowering plants (20)

Aster
Buttercup
Chamomile
Chrysanthemum
Clover
Dahlia
Fireweed/great willow herb
Goldenrod
Hyacinth
Lupine
Marguerite
Narcissus
New Belgian aster
Pollen general
Primrose
Rape
Rose
Scotch heather
Tulip
Wallflower

Pollen - Grains (6)

Barley
Oats
Rye
Spelt
Wheat
Buckwheat

Pollen - Grasses / Herb (37)

Bermuda grass
Buttercup
Colonial bent grass
Dandelion
Dead nettle
Dock
Glaskraut (sticky weed)
Glathafer ( tall oat grass)
Herds grass
Hop
Kammgrass ( crested dogs tail grass)
Kentucky bluegrass
Maize
Meadow fescue
Meadow fox tail
Melde
Mugwort
Orchard
Grass
Perennial ryegrass
Pigweed
Plaintain
Couch grass
Ragweed
Red fescue
Ribwort
Stinging nettle
Sweet vernal grass
Tall oat grass
Tansy
Ragwort
Thistle
Trespe
Velvet grass
Water reed
Wild oat
Wormwood

Pollen - Tree (28)

Alder
Apple tree
Ash
Aspen
Beech
Betula Verrico
Birch
Cherry tree
Elm
European beech
European line
False Acacia
Hornbeam
Horse chestnut
Laburnum
Larch
Maple
Mistletoe
Oak
Pear tree
Pine
Scottish pine
Plane tree
Poplar
Prosopis spp
Quince
Spruce
Walnut

Preservatives (1)
E202 Potassium Sorbate, sorbic acid
Seafood / Shellfish (24)
Catfish Cod Crab Crayfish Fish broth Halibut Herring Lobster Mackerel Mackerel in brine Oyster Plaice Prawns Salmon Sardine Sardines in brine Shellfish Shrimp Trout Trout brown Trout sea Tuna Whitefish skins Whitefish
Shrubs pollen (13)

BlackBerry
Blueberry
Currant bush
Elder
Hawthorn
Hazel
Jasmine
Juniper
Lilac
Privet
Strawberry
Tamarisk
Willow

Sweeteners (3)

Sugar
Brown sugar
Honey

Thickening, setting and moisturising agents (2)
E405 Alginate E407 Carrageenan
Vegetables (27)
Alfalfa Barley grass Beet Beetroot dried Broccoli Cabbage Carrots Chicory Courgette Dandelion greens Garlic Ground yellow corn Kelp Leek Maize Onion Onion Peas Potato Rice Spinach Squash butternut Sweet corn Sweet potato Tomato Vegetable broth Yam

Advanced and Comprehensive Intolerance Testing

An intolerance to something your pet is eating or drinking or something in their environment could be the cause. By discovering the possible cause, you can eliminate this offending stressor on their body which alone can have a dramatic positive effect on their health!
Detect your pet’s intolerances with our quick, simple, non-invasive tests requiring a very small sample of hair using the latest bioresonance technology we will get to the root of their problems !

Book our comprehensive, affordable test to improve your pet’s health, don’t delay their health until tomorrow, make their health a priority today.

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Understanding allergies and intolerances

The most common allergies and intolerances are to pollen, wheat, gluten, sugar, dairy products and eggs as well as to pharmaceutical drugs and environmental substances. Symptoms of allergy and intolerance include:

  • Tiredness
  • Headache
  • Oedema
  • Skin rash and itching
  • Blocked or runny nose
  • Itchy eyes
  • Digestive problems
  • Depression
  • Hyperactivity 
What is the difference between a intolerance and an allergy?

The difference between an allergy and intolerance is the body’s response. An allergy involves the immune system, the body’s defence system against invaders such as fungus, bacteria and viruses. The immune system produces antibodies to fight these invaders.

In the case of allergies, this is an immune-mediated reaction to the food or substance, the most common being immunoglobulin E (IgE) mediated reaction. IgEs are allergic antibodies, these cause an immediate reaction, causing chemicals such as histamine to be released.

Food allergies can be fatal, in extreme cases, just being exposed to a tiny amount of the allergen can cause a severe reaction.

Symptoms of a food allergy include

  • Skin reactions such as itching, swelling and hives
  • Anaphylaxis, Difficulty breathing, dizziness, wheezing and possible death
  • Digestive symptoms

An intolerance or sensitivity

  • Does not involve the immune system, there is no allergic reaction and isn’t life-threatening.
  • Causes symptoms that come on more slowly, often hours after the food is consumed
  • Only results in symptoms if you eat reasonable amounts of the food (unlike an allergy, where just traces can trigger a reaction)
  • Can be caused by many different foods
  • Caused by an ability to process or digest a food
  • Eg- lactose intolerance is when lactose, a sugar found in dairy products can’t be broken down by the body
  • Sensitivity and intolerance may be caused by-
  • Overconsumption of a particular food
  • Not having the right enzymes needed to digest a certain food
  • Reactions to food additives or preservatives, such as artificial colours or MSG
  • Sensitivity to the sugars naturally found in certain foods such as broccoli and brussel sprouts
  • Food intolerances and sensitivities are more common than true allergies.
What causes a food intolerance?
It is often unclear why a pet is sensitive to certain foods.
If symptoms come on after having dairy products, it’s possible they may be lactose intolerance. This happens when the body cannot digest lactose, a sugar found in milk, yoghurts and soft cheeses.
Some pets have trouble digesting wheat and experience bloating, wind, diarrhoea, vomiting and stomach pain after eating bread.
The trigger may be a food additive, chemical or contaminant such as:
  • monosodium glutamate (MSG)
  • caffeine
  • alcohol
  • artificial sweeteners
  • histamine (found in Quorn, mushrooms, pickled and cured foods and alcoholic drinks)
  • toxins, viruses, bacteria or parasites that have contaminated food
  • artificial food colours, preservatives or flavour enhancers.
Gluten intolerance is another culprit, but it’s hard to know whether these symptoms are due to a genuine intolerance to gluten, or an intolerance to something else in wheat, or nothing to do with wheat at all.
Choose from one of our quick, non-invasive bioresonance intolerance tests. Only a small amount of hair is needed for an in-depth analysis, getting to the root cause of your pet’s frustrating symptoms!

It must be stressed that Pettest results do not identify allergies, only non-immune-mediated intolerances.

To identify Allergies please consult with your trusted vet.

Using a small sample of your pet's hair, a wealth of information can be gained as this sample is their personal energetic blueprint.

*No testing kits are sent for this test *

Return postal charges apply

On purchase, the submission form and further instructions will be emailed to the email address that was supplied by yourself.

Simply complete the form, follow the instructions, enclose the hair sample and return to the address provided.

Within 7-10 days your easy to interpret report will be emailed to you.

It’s that quick and easy!