Monday, 8 June 2009

Nat: Bioresonance for Pets

Anyone heard of this Bioresonance for pets treatment?

I was introduced to this treatment some time back when I attended the "Better Owner Better Dog" seminar organised by the Pets Magazine a few weeks ago. Since they offered me free check-up for both my girls, and the procedure is very simple, I thought, WHY NOT? And so I went for the complimentary check-up last Sat evening.. Wasn't expecting anything major in particular, I was just curious about how the machine works in the non-evasive way (the pet just have to sit still on top of a mat) to diagnose internal problems, if any.

Passion For Pets Center

After the check-up, I was then briefed on the report for both the girls.. Was a tad taken aback when I was told that the machine diagnosed both of them to be having serious kidney problems.

Many thoughts ran through my head.. thoughts like did I do something wrong? Fed them the wrong diet? Toilet training habits?

I was then told to bring my 2 girls for a thorough blood test at the vet clinic to confirm if the machine diagnostic was correct.

I googled and read up on kidney problems on dogs, realised that those dogs with kidney problems are put on BARF diet for easier absorption of nutrients.. Hmm, my girls had been on BARF for more than a year now, so I'm guessing that the part about the diet went wrong is out. Moving on to my next suspicion, which is toilet habits, both the girls have very different toilet habits! Patches is indoor-trained, therefore she gets to go pee/poo as and when she feels like it. While Zen is outdoor-trained, she only gets to go pee/poo when we bring her out for walks.

So what went wrong??? How accurate is this Bioresonance really? I will monitor the girls for a while more before deciding if I should send them for the complete blood test, as advised by a close friend. Please do pray for us..

the reports..


DoMoFi said...

OMD! Hopefully everything turns out fine for the pooches! :(

Tommy said...

don't worry too much pls.

Emma and Emmy said...

Kidney Disease is always needed to confirm by Abdomen U/S and blood tests (CREA, BUN, SGPT, & SGOT). So, don't trust the report until the vet said so after work up.

We pray for Zen and Patches are strong and healthy.

Woof Woof...

Ebi n' Emma said...

Everything is going to be alright! *hugs*

Do monitor them for awhile & bring them to the Vet for a through check-up if you really feels uneasy~ =)

Ebi & Emma