Fluffy, Roscoe, Sparky, whatever you named your dog has been itching and licking themself a lot lately. However, you can’t put your hand on what’s causing the sudden change. It’s a good thing you’d do anything to make sure your pet is happy and safe. Did you know that a certain diet or environmental factors can make your dog uncomfortable and even sick? It’s time to put an end to their discomfort and the good thing is, you don’t have to play detective. This allergen test does it all for you and all you need is a sample of your dog’s saliva.
The Allergy Test My Pet Kit tests up to 100 of the most common allergens that may be bothering your dog. It can be anything from common household factors to environmental factors to food. This easy test will let you know what foods to avoid in your pet’s diet as well as the allergens to keep an eye out for. For our Pre-Black Friday Doorbusters, it’s on sale for just $64.97 (reg. $99).
Not only will the test results help you out with the mysterious element that’s causing your pet to get sick, but it will also help with countless trips to the vet. No more will you be spending money on various examinations to find out what may be wrong with your dog.
The process is simple. Just take a sample of your dog’s saliva with the saliva collection device and send it in. Once you get your results, you and your dog will be much happier and he’ll feel much healthier. Even if there doesn’t seem to be anything wrong, it’s wise to take this test as you never know if your dog will have a mild allergy.
One reviewer says, “Lincoln was used as a test dog for the Allergy Test. We didn’t think he was allergic to anything. Turns out he reacts to yogurt and other dairy products. So good to know!” Usually the Allergy Test My Pet Kit runs for $99, but thanks to our Pre-Black Friday Doorbusters Sale, it’s $64.99 for a limited time.
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