Treatment

Oral immunotherapy is a very well documented treatment for the allergic signs and symptoms in animals. The team behind Pet Cure Solutions consists of a veterinarian; an allergist and a dermatologist, all of whom love and own animals!! We researched the entire world's literature for the past 35 years on sublingual oral drops and funded a USA study which was published in the JOURNAL of VET DERMATOLOGY {Marsella and Ahrens, J Allergy Ther 2013, 4:6} and conclusively proved the safety and efficacy of this approach! By using this natural method, we can build up your pets tolerance to allergens in their environment without painful, expensive, time consuming allergy injections.

Treatment

Method

By using our specially formulated geographically specific mixture JUST ONCE A DAY by simply spraying it onto your pet’s food, we can maximize your pet's immune system and minimize their skin and respiratory symptoms! All of our extracts for sublingual use are crafted in a USDA approved/USDA lab under strict regulation and quality control.

SAFETY: an adverse reaction to oral therapy is extremely rare! In the worlds scientific studies done on this topic, the serious reaction rate on a global basis is currently between 1 reaction for every: 4-5 million doses.

Treatment
Allergy Cure For Your Pet

Allergy Cure For Your Pet

  • ORAL ALLERGY TREATMENT
  • NO MORE SHOTS
  • Veterinarian approved
  • Dermatologist approved
  • University studied and tested
  • Eliminate Your Pet’s Suffering
    For Only 35¢ per day!

$59.95 + shipping & handling
for a 6-month supply

USDA Approved

Dust Mites

Mites have a life cycle of about 90 days and live and thrive in humid areas within mattresses; upholstered furniture and carpeting.  Each mite can lay over 100,000 eggs in its lifetime so they are practically impossible to eradicate as they feed on hair, skin, and saliva from both pets and humans!!  Their overall population rises each year between May and November, depending on the climatic variables of each geographic region of the country.

Pollen

Pollens [ragweed, grass and trees] are responsible for many allergic reactions in pets and people on a seasonal basis. Pollen levels have increased significantly the past 100 years both in terms of quantity and size and this may be due to global warming.  As airborne pollens settle to the ground, your pet is heavily exposed to these very reactive agents [allergens]; for example, dogs that walk, run, or roll in the grass in the Spring and Fall can get well coated with pollen grains. Pollen that has settled on the ground can cling to fur and work its way into the skin causing intense itching and scratching on the part of the pet.                           

Treatment

Molds, Yeast, Fungi

Molds, yeasts and fungi are of particular interest to allergic pet owners and their animals as these micro-organisms are ubiquitous year-round in just about any environment with some seasonal variation based on climate and region.  Indoor and outdoor spores easily and quickly establish new colonies that are virtually impossible to eliminate! Fungal spores are more abundant than any other airborne particle found in the atmosphere.  Many species are found in soil and plant debris and can get picked up by your pet inadvertently and can actually colonize selected areas of skin and fur.  Pets that lick their paws and scratch themselves can provide a very acceptable medium for molds, spores and fungi to infiltrate and cause both allergic and infective reactions.

Some common molds:
Aspergillus
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Rhizopus
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Penicillium notatum
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Botrytis
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Fusarium
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Trichophyton
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Stemphylium
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Alternaria
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Mucor
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Bipolaris (Helminthosporium)
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Cladosporium (Hormodendrum)
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Candida albicans
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Epicoccum
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.
Trichoderma
This mold can be detected in fertile soil, decaying vegetable matter, and flour. It is routinely seen in houses, basements, bedding, house dust, and raw textile materials. Aspergillus is at peak concentrations in autumn and winter. It colonizes on decaying vegetable matter, plant leaves, uncooked fruit and textiles.