Allergy Support Combo is a four pronged program addressing the primary factors in seasonal pet allergies, and related skin and coat issues. Beneficial for all animals young, old, sick or healthy due to it’s long life and immune supporting properties.
Most vets treat hot spots, itchy skin, and incessant scratching in a limited fashion (treating the effect instead of the cause). Vitality Science approaches the problem in a holistic way. Even flea allergies are an internal response to an outside problem. Healthy animals are usually able to handle a few fleas, animals prone to flea infestations tend to sick.
Vaccines and foods are the 2 primary causes of skin conditions.
1. Generally, pet owners continue with the same food until their pet refuses to eat it anymore. By that time, it’s too late! Most manufactured cat and dog food consists of grains and genetically modified corn (in almost all pet foods), which have a distorted nutritional profile and are highly allergenic.
Also, dogs and cats are carnivores. They are not designed to eat high glycemic foods like grains and potatoes, these foods can destabilize their sugar levels, and in susceptible animals, cripple their immune systems.
2. Over vaccination can be detrimental to your pet’s health. Vaccines are a witches brew of toxins, all of which have a long history of damaging effects.
What can you do?
1. Change your pets’ food to a diet more in keeping with their needs. Achieving the right diet for your animal can not be understated! We recommend a grain-free diet for all cats and dogs, avoid at all cost prime allergen foods such as; corn, wheat, and soy. Many people have success with a very simple diet consisting of 50% protein (lamb, venison, or rabbit), 25% very soft rice, and 25% plain pumpkin (fresh or canned). Although animals love the taste of chicken, birds are often a common allergen and should be avoided, this includes turkey and duck. Organic is best in order to avoid negative reactions from additives.
2. Carefully assess each vaccine before injecting heavy metals, genetically modified viruses, animal proteins, and many other morbidities into your pet..
Pet Flora is the best probiotic for dogs on the market, because they are soil based! It is a broad spectrum formula, a matrix of superior, highly-resilient microflora whose organic, seed-like structures survive the early GI tract to thrive in the intestines. Supports normal gastrointestinal function in animals
Regulating healthy flora in the G.I. tract is key to a healthy digestive system as well as a healthy dog. When the body has an 85/15 ratio of good vs bad bacteria; vomiting and diarrhea, constipation, and gas will probably not be a problem.
Surprisingly, our pet’s digestive tract makes up 80% of it’s overall immune system, and that 90% of all chronic disease is caused by an unhealthy digestive system. When administered daily it helps maintain the ideal balance of gut flora to insure proper, as well as boost the immune system.
Pet Flora is superior to dairy-based probiotics for dogs – it’s natural to your pet.
Pet Flora is a Soil-Based Organism. Soil-Based means that the natural probiotic organisms of the soil are the ingredients in Pet Flora. In the soil, these microorganisms hold down yeast and fungi, reduce acidity, and improve assimilation of nutrients to plants. Amazingly, they do exactly the same in higher animals. Pet Flora holds down yeasts, fungi, and pathogenic microorganisms, while improving nutrient assimilation.
Blessed Relief: Bromelain (Ananas comoses), Aloe Vera Inner Leaf (Aloe barbadensis), Zeolite (clinoptilotile), Serrazimes, Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra), Bentonite (montmorillonite)]
Pet Flora: contains a spectrum of 29 microflora, that fall into the following eleven categories:
The proliferation of these microflora into their 29 plus sub-species variations is promoted by the prebiotic complexes, and the humic and fulvic acids extracted from ancient plant deposits. All twelve seed species are Class One Microbiological agents.
Active Ingredients: A proprietary blend of [Fulvic and humic acids, A. agilis, A. citreus, A. globiformis, A. luteus, A. simplex, A. calcoaceticus, A. chroococcum, A. paspali, A. brasiliense, A. lipoferum, B. brevis, B. marcerans, B. pumilis, B. polymyxa, B. subtilis, Bact. lipolyticum, B. stations, K. zopfil, M. verrucaria, P. calcis, P. dentrificans, P. fluorescens, P. glathei, P. chrysosporium, S. fradiae, S. celluslosae, S. griseoflavus
ASAP Pet Sheild: 24 PPM Proprietary Silver Solution (Purified water, nano silver at .01 micron) Tea, Carboner
ASAP Pet Shield: Clean Wound. Use clean applicator to liberally cover the wound with ASAP Pet Shield Wound Dressing gel and secondary dressing. See enclosed package insert for complete use information.
Noni Pet Lotion: Clean area. Use clean applicator to liberally cover the area with Noni Pet Lotion. Allow to dry or place a secondary dressing.
Pet Flora: For every 10 lbs. Administer 1/2 a capsule daily. Capsules may be opened and put into food or liquid. Dose may be doubled for severe cases.
Blessed Relief: 1 capsule 1-2x daily.
The testimonials are presented for informational purposes only and are not intended as an endorsement of any product. The information is not intended to be a substitute for visits to your local veterinarian. Rather, the testimonials offer the reader information written by owners and/or veterinarians concerning animal health and products that have shown results.
“Your products are amazing and I am so thankful they are available! My dog is doing wonderfully with the pet flora and the Herbal Anti Inflammatory. She finally stopped scratching and the redness all over her skin has virtually disappeared!
Keep on making these amazing good for the body products so we can have healthier lives!!!!
Thank you Thank you!”
Selina Hassanzadeh Georgetown, DE.
“A bit of history, about a year ago he had a case of feline anorexia, just stopped eating, we believe a move to a new house caused this. It was looking very grim he was skin and bones, x-rays and blood tests showed nothing but a very high level of bilirubin in his liver, which the vet said is expected when a cat is basically starving. He advised that I really needed to try to get him to eat.
After many things tried and not eaten, I tried baby food which he ate a little of, and started eating more little by little until he got back onto the cat food, and then I added some of your products and that seems to have brought him back to health. About three months ago I ran out of the super pet enzymes and now just want to check to see what is appropriate to get him at this point. He does eat now normally. His fur is soft and shiny but he hardly sheds, whereas before his anorexia he shed quite a bit (and before I gave him the enzymes).
Thank you for your help,”
Melissa Penfield San Clemente, CA
“Ive had Minnie on the Celloquent, Vital Pet Lipids, enzymes, and pet flora now for a little over a week and her skin is already improved to near perfection!!! ”