Pet Fur Mineral Analysis
Pet Fur Mineral Analysis is a screening test to measure the levels of essential minerals and toxic metals. As fur grows it forms a permanent record of your pet’s health such as any imbalances, toxins, nutritional deficiencies and excesses that may need correction, whether they are caused by illness, stress, medication, pollution or food. Currently, this test is offered only to canines and felines.
Minerals screened include calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium and phosphorus and trace minerals – copper, manganese, chromium, selenium, iron, molybdenum, lithium, cobalt, and zinc.
Toxic metals screened include lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, nickel, and aluminum.
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How It Works
Sample Requirement: A maximum length of 1 to 1.5 inches of your pet’s fur is recommended for optimal results.
1. Collect a sample of your pet’s fur.
2. Send us a sample of your pet’s fur.
3. Receive your report and schedule a consultation with a practitioner.
Does Your Pet Display These Symptoms?
– Digestion Issues
– Not interested in playing
– Weight gain or loss
– Skin issues | Itchy Skin
– Poor appetite
A Pet Fur Analysis May Assist With
1.) Finding out what minerals are missing in your pet’s diet and understanding their nutrition requirements.
2.) Detection levels of any harmful heavy metals.
3.) Adjusting your pet supplement doses (if required).
4.) Maintaining proper organ and immune system function.
Information is only meant for educational purposes. It is not meant as medical advice and any treatment decisions should be made with the knowledge or consent of your healthcare professional. The personal information you provide is necessary to provide a thorough analysis. The information will be stored confidently and used only for the purpose of analyzing your specimen. Samples are processed by our accredited partner medical laboratory.
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M8X 2X9, Canada