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PetZone Allergy Relief

PetZone Allergy Relief for Dogs and Cats

Allergies can present a variety of symptoms, but in the dog, the most common symptoms occur as skin irritations: itching, scratching, digging, and gnawing at the skin, often to the point of creating open raw wounds over large areas of the body. Chronic ear infections are another common symptom. Occasionally dogs will have respiratory symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, or a nasal or ocular discharge. Food allergies may produce, in addition to skin irritations, vomiting and/or diarrhea. Symptoms can extend to include epileptiform seizures, and many holistic vets feel that allergies can ultimately result in chronic diseases such as arthritis, asthma, chronic urinary tract infections, inflammatory bowel disease, etc.

Interestingly, whereas dogs typically have itchy skin symptoms, a human allergic response usually produces respiratory symptoms. An estimated 10 percent of the human population may be allergic to animals (the rate for being allergic to cats is about twice as high as for dogs); a higher rate of 20 to 30 percent of individuals with asthma have pet allergies. In a nutshell, allergy is the result of an immune system that has, for one reason or another, turned against the self. Sometimes, this reaction seems instantaneous, as when a dog receives a food that contains something to which he is allergic, and he breaks out almost immediately with rashy itchy skin.

For a person who has a dog with allergies, life in a dog-loving country isn't easy. In 2012, 36.5% of U.S. households had a dog. Dog dander gets everywhere, including places where dogs have never set a paw. According to the National Institutes of Health, detectable levels of pet dander are in every home in the U.S.

Interesting, whereas dogs typically have itchy skin symptoms, a human allergic response usually produces respiratory symptoms. An estimated 10 percent of the human population may be allergic to animals (the rate for being allergic to cats is about twice as high as for dogs); a higher rate of 20 to 30 percent of individuals with asthma have pet allergies.

It has been estimated that more than 70% of all skin conditions in dogs are allergy-related, but every allergic patient presents a unique diagnostic challenge, and merely deciding which diagnostic tests should be run can be the most challenging of all our decisions.

Proudly Made in the U.S.A.

Package contains: (2) patches, a one-year supply.

  • Absolutely non-toxic
  • 100% pesticide-free
  • Completely safe for all animals and humans
  • Odor-free, does not interfere with your pet’s sense of smell
  • Safe for use with puppies and kittens
  • Begins working immediately.
  • Backed by Scientific Research and Data
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
  • Made in the U.S.A.
Instructions: Attach one (1) Allergy Relief chip to the metal tag that comes with this product, then attach the metal tag to your pet's collar. After six (6) months, replace the energy chip with the remaining chip. Your pet will receive allergy relief from each of these programmed chips for six (6) months. Each package is a one (1) year's supply.

Disclaimer: This product is not intended to cure or prevent any disease. If your pet is suffering from acute allergy symptoms, please consult your veterinarian.

Retailers:  Please contact us for wholesale pricing if you wish to carry PetZone Allergy Relief patches in your retail establishment and/or online store.

Proudly Made in the U.S.A.

Package contains: (2) patches, a one-year supply, for only $59.00.  


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My name is Bree Weasner, and I’ve been bringing pet owners like you valuable information on pet nutrition and natural holistic alternatives to conventional pet care since 2001.

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