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How we can help you

We provide dog intolerance hair analysis testing in the UK. The tests help you to identify your dog's triggers for skin and/or digestive issues. So you know where to start with an elimination diet.

Itchy dog UK started because of ex-itchy Border Collie dog, Soxx who had been itching for years, despite being raw fed and given medication.

Soxx's intolerance test brought up several items. Including pork, pork liver, rabbit, banana, strawberries, broccoli and dairy products. We removed these items from his diet and in less than ONE month he stopped itching!

His hair grew back and he is now much happier.

Intolerances are difficult to work out without testing, because there are generally many items your dog is intolerant to and not just one. 

We can also provide intolerance testing for cats, horses and humans.

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Tests your dog for 300 food and environmental items.

Tests your cat for 300 food and environmental items.

Tests you for 900+ items, metal toxicity, nutritional deficiencies, gut biome, hormone balance and more. is part of Dogs with Lyndsay (Isle of Man 029696B).

Lyndsay is a dog trainer and pet psychologist with an interest in helping dogs and people to live their best lives. She does not claim to be a vet or nutritionist. 

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Additional Information:

*Classed as Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). Results do not constitute a medical diagnosis. Testing is carried out in a variety of locations worldwide. Equipment used is MARS III (Multiple Analytical Resonance Systems). Results reported on 85% response rate or higher. Important Hair tests (Bioresonance Therapy) are categorised as Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAMs) covering therapies that fall outside mainstream medicine. Conventional medicine does not currently recognise Bioresonance as it has not been subject to significant scientific research. Bioresonance reports and related information do not make a medical diagnosis nor is it intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health provider if you have a medical condition/symptoms. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it.Additional