Close to a Miracle – Stop Allergies in Dogs

Dog Allergies can be Frustrating

This natural treatment for a dog with allergies truly works!

There are so many ways that a dog allergy can manifest into something ugly and annoying. They can create terrible itchy skin irritations, bouts of chronic dog diarrhea, asthma and wheezing, stinky ear infections, stomach upset and vomiting, fussy appetites, weepy and goopy eyes, runny noses, enough gas that could light up a house and so many more.

So many of these dogs with allergies are led into a lifetime of drugs and medications, that only mask the dog symptoms and create even more of a nightmare for them. Countless other symptoms in dogs appear from the side effects of these prescribed drugs. That is not my idea of a program for health and longevity for our loving companions who depend on us.

So most of us would be reading label after label to ensure that none of the offending agents could possibly be hiding in their somewhere, but now a days they are making the print so small anything could be missed! Following this elimination diet is very useful but can also be time consuming to narrow it down to what is causing these dog allergies. Later if we re-introduce the food, the inflammatory response could flare up immediately.

There is a way to permanently rid the allergic response in your dog’s body.

The autonomic nervous system is a big player when it comes to the body recognizing a food as a friend or foe. It will haul in the immune system to defend the body from the unwelcome visitor, and when this happens the food or substance becomes enemy number one in your dog’s computer system! Behold, dog allergies are now here!

Working from a perspective of energetic and holistic medicine, physics is the key level to work on. Chinese medicine has recognized these energy fields 6000 years ago through acupuncture meridians. They were well aware of how changes in the energy fields can affect a persons health. Well this applies to dog health as well.

Dr. Devi Nambudripad is the founder of NAET (Nanbudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique). It goes like this:

  • The energetic resonance of each allergen is in a vial and then the NAET practitioner uses applied kinesiology to determine your dog’s response to the resonance of the allergen. There are up to 500 different allergens in vials that can be checked for allergies in dogs.
  • When a dog allergy is detected, the vial is placed on your dog and specific acupuncture points are lightly stimulated
  • the autonomic nervous system’s perception and response ends up being re-programmed
  • the perception becomes altered and the allergic reaction is eliminated

Now this is far more health conducive than a lifetime potpourri of drugs! Download the Ultimate Rehabilitation & Physiotherapy Guide for Dogs

I have had to deal with a dog whose stomach rumbled and gurgled everytime she ate anything that remotely looked like food or wasn’t the closest substance to food. I wrestled with her dog allergies for a long time and believe much of it had to do with her system being exposed to so many unnatural chemicals, vaccinations, and pesticides on lawns.

I talk about many natural and effective methods we can use to help our dogs with so many different health issues in my e-book, “The Ultimate Rehabilitation & Physiotherapy Guide for Dogs.” In Chapter 2 on holistic methods and treatments, I talk about numerous complementary choices available for us to use. I can’t tell you how much it has helped my dogs and potentially saved some of them from a life of pain and suffering.

Have you noticed any dog allergies with your best friend? How have you helped them? Share your comments below!

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4 Responses to Close to a Miracle – Stop Allergies in Dogs


  • helga says:

    James, I feel terribly for your dog! It must be so frustrating for you to not help him/her and equally frustrating on the dear dog. I can only suggest from my experience that this is possibly a serious allergy to some food or substance the dog is ingesting. If not, then a potential reaction to fleas if they have any, or a flea control product? If not, I would say maybe a stress reaction to a major household change or condition leading to possible anxiety. Is there new bedding that has changed and could cause this? Is the dog in any pain? Is your dog suffering from lick granuloma? A tick bite or bee sting or thorns can lead to this. Boredom is another factor to consider. Is there anything that you are feeding differently, doing differently or changes in the household ie: new addition of pets, people or changes in routines? Are you using any shampoo product on the dog that could cause intense itchy skin? Any supplements being given with their food that might disagree? I hope this is resolved soon as it can lead to broken skin and infections. Please seek out a holistic vet if you have one in your area and see if they can determine the cause. I feel this is your best bet. I hope this may shed some light on what it could potentially be. Please let me know how it goes and what the cause was. I wish you all the best in resolving this for your dog and for you!

  • Alex McQueen says:

    We have 2 Yorkshire Terriers, Both female.One has allergiies and has been through all the regular treatments. Including allergy testing and taking needles for a year. Still has itchy skin and licking or rubbing on carpet. Went through different dry foods and restricted diet to no noticeable change.She does have periods of quiet but we have to keep a pajama type covering on her to limit the rubbing till raw. It may be worse seasonally in late fall and the licking may now be partially a habit.

  • helga says:

    Hi Alex,
    It sounds like definitely allergies to something. Have you ever tried a raw diet? I know you mentioned a restricted diet, and I am wondering if you did the process of elimination to sort through any potential offending agents in the diet. If this has been done and there has been no luck, I would go the route of a total raw diet. That would be my first choice, and while they may have a bit of flatulence initially, I think you will find their health improve dramatically. Their coats will shine and they will not be itchy, thus reducing the compelling need to lick. If you cannot bring yourself to feed a raw diet, try a cooked diet instead. This is not as beneficial but is better than any dry kibble. I have gone the route of all three diets and have had the best results with my dogs’ health by feeding raw. Have you checked for fleas? Are they on any flea control product that could be causing this reaction? Are they on any medication that may not be agreeing with them? Perhaps their bedding material is causing this? Has anything changed in your home like carpets or something they are in contact with? Pollen in the spring can cause allergies so possibly some of the same in the fall? Try some kinesiology testing on them to see if the offending agent can be identified. Some dogs can be persistant lickers especially if they are sore or have an open wound. All in all, I would definitely try a raw diet. All the best and good luck with it. Please let me know how it goes!

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