Solutions To Pet Allergies, Hot Spots, Rashes, Itching & Biting

by Teresa Smith on February 25, 2013

DSC04790 300x224 Solutions To Pet Allergies, Hot Spots, Rashes, Itching & BitingOver the years, I’ve worked with many animals. As many of you know, I have two cats myself. I love animals of all kinds. My heart goes out to them. Sometimes I think animals out in the wild are far better off than animals that become our pets. Just as our environment has caused health issues for us, it wreaks havoc on our pets too. God has entrusted these beautiful creatures to us and we should take care of them to the best of our abilities.

In talking with clients, I always suggest purchasing top quality foods. We know we need good nutrition to improve our immune system and the same is true with our pets. However, your pets health is not just about the foods they eat. There are so many other factors that can affect them. Other factors include over vaccinating, flea and tick control, environmental issues, and even chemicals outside and inside the home.

Does your pet experience allergies, hot spots, rashes, frequent itching or biting? All of these are a sign of imbalances in the body.

Years ago, I had purchased some eggplant purple colored sheets for my bed. When I opened the packaging, I smelled the dyes. I washed the sheets several times to the point I no longer smelled those dyes. All animals have a keen sense of smell, but my cat wasn’t  ‘smelling’ the dyes and became offensive to them. My cat was having an sensitivity and reaction to the frequencies of those dyes.  I had the sheets on the bed for a day or two and I noticed my cat was licking a certain area on his back legs more frequently. He licked the area so much, they became raw and bled. I put some colloidal silver on the areas. I use a great brand called Silver Biotics. It comes in both cream and liquid forms and can usually be found at a local health food  store. I used the liquid on my cat. I then did a session on behalf of my cat for the sensitivities to the sheets, the dyes, and whatever else was causing this sudden reaction.

I do sessions on all of my animals for the foods and treats that they eat. I don’t use flea and tick remedies, but I would probably treat them for those if I did. Actually I would probably treat my pets for any sensitivities to fleas, ticks, and any biting insects. It may be hard for you to believe, but what if the only reason your pet had issues with fleas and ticks was because they were resonating with a frequency that attracting these insects? It’s possible. I’ve worked with several clients to ‘desensitize’ their pets to fleas, ticks, biting insects and the problem completely left or lessened dramatically.

Pets can have reactions to mulch, pesticides, fertilizers, and cleaning products used inside the house. I urge you to take care of your pets. Become educated on the quality of foods and treats. Check out essential oils and homeopathic remedies that are safe for pets. Find a good acupuncturist and chiropractor in your area in case your pet is ever in need of these services. Don’t wait until the last minute and react to a situation. Do your research, have a plan. Contact me and we can work together creating better health for your pet. It’s tough to see our pets experience health challenges, but having a plan can take some of the pressure off of you and help you focus on what is best for your pet.

Give your fur child an extra hug this week from me and blessings to You in the coming week

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Mindy March 3, 2013 at 6:17 pm

You’ve given me a lot of things to think about! Fantastic post, and very timely for me! Thanks, Teresa!

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