5 Reasons Why easyDNA Canine Allergy Test is the Best Allergy Test

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Did you know that sensitivity problems are the second reason why pet owners consult the veterinarian? Like humans, dogs are also likely to develop allergies and intolerances, but unlike those we know, the symptoms a dog may experience are not as obvious.”

Intolerances and sensitivities of dogs can be caused by a number of reasons, such as fleas, the environment and food. Allergy symptoms can range from dermatitis or itchy skin to gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhea and vomiting. If you think your dog is suffering from these symptoms, the next step is to get him tested to identify the culprit.”

Fortunately, EasyDNA’s canine allergy test is now available for only €95! By analyzing cell samples from your dog’s cheek, we can identify your dog’s intolerances and sensitivities to food and environmental allergens. In addition, the test does not require any needle stick and is very easy to apply, safe and painless.”

Here are 5 reasons why you should choose the EasyDNA canine allergy test for your dog.”

” Step 1: It is fast and painless.

unlike the traditional skin test, our canine allergy test does not use needles, and there is no need to subject your dog to allergens just to find out what substance he is sensitive to. Just take a sample of the cells on his cheek using our sampling kit, which shouldn’t take you more than a minute.”

” Step 2: EasyDNA’s canine allergy test is effective.

By analyzing your dog’s DNA, we can determine the list of allergens that may trigger your dog’s reactions. Using the sample you provide, we can extract the protein and measure its reaction to more than 110 different known allergens. You can check out the full list of allergens we are testing here.”

Your dog’s intolerance to each allergen will then be classified into one of the following categories:

Strong intolerance — This means that your dog is positively allergic to the allergen. No intolerance — This means your dog is not allergic to the allergen. Mild intolerance — This means that your dog may be sensitive to the allergen, but the reaction levels are not high enough to warrant a strong intolerance reading. Step 3: The whole procedure is simple and obvious.

The procedure is neither complicated nor difficult. A test kit containing a saliva collection device will be provided (you can consult the sampling instructions here). The kit contains a set of easy-to-follow instructions that will guide you through taking your dog’s sample. The latter will be sent back to us for analysis.”

You can refer to this link for more questions and answers regarding the canine allergy testing procedure.”

” Step 4: Detailed results are available within 2 to 3 weeks.

After returning your dog’s sample to us, you can expect to receive the test results after two weeks. You can check out a sample dog test report here.”

Your dog’s test results will give you information about the different foods and supplements that would be beneficial to your dog if they were eliminated from his diet. Conversely, the test results will also give you information about household products, aliments, treats and supplements that could be beneficial to your dog.”

” Step 5: Simple, effective and cheap

From 95 euros, the EasyDNA canine allergy test is one of the most affordable options you can get without compromising on quality. The simplicity and efficiency of the procedure will give you access to detailed and reliable results. An all-in-one solution at an affordable price.”

” Our allergy test for dogs helped Sabueso

A Podenco from Ibiza named Sabueso suffers from an unknown allergy, which makes him constantly scratch his skin. Despite its owner’s efforts to eliminate known allergens from his diet, allergic symptoms persisted.”

We sent the owner of Sabueso one of our sample analysis kits for 95 €. The test results then revealed a rather unexpected list of allergens to which Sabueso is sensitive: Brussels sprouts, duck, lamb, orange, sardines, wheat and yams.”

After these foods were eliminated from Sabueso’s diet, he stopped licking and scratching his skin, which definitely improved his overall well-being (read the case study on dog allergy tests).”

” Other beneficial tests for your dog

In addition to our canine allergy test, we also offer a dog breed DNA test, which analyzes your dog’s unique genetic makeup to identify its breed or breed mix. We can compare your dog’s DNA to our database, which contains the DNA profiles of 95 of the most common dog breeds in mixed breed dogs.”

This test also provides you with a report detailing your dog’s personality traits and behaviors to help you develop a health plan that works best for him. We also provide you with a detailed guide to the health issues that your dog’s breed mix is likely to give rise to.”

We also offer a dog’s genetic age test, which helps determine your dog’s genetic age by measuring the length of his telomeres. Determining your dog’s biological age will give you insight into his health and can also help predict his longevity.”

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By recognizing the potential medical risks related to your dog’s biological age, you will be able to control your dog’s aging process and mitigate any problems by making the necessary changes to his lifestyle and diet.”

You may be happy to know that we offer all these tests in our Premium test kit for dogs for only 182 €. This package covers all of the easy-to-use canine DNA tests mentioned above, helping you plan a healthier lifestyle for your dog. The results will be available within two to three weeks only.”

Combined with consultations with your veterinarian, the EasyDNA dog test kit is an effective way to monitor your dog’s health and well-being.”

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