Take good care of your pet´s health
Get your personalized diet plan and a session with a dietologist based on a laboratory test for the microelements in your pets hair and the analysis of your pets current nutrition. This microelements test indicates that your pets whole system is functioning. Help your pet stay healthy and live a long and happy life.
Your pet can’t tell you what’s wrong, but it’s hair can reveal deficiencies and help you prevent and identify possible health problems
What you get
The price of £160 Pounds includes
1. Laboratory results
The lab results of the hair analysis for the microelements with an explanation of each of the indicators and their reference
2. Analysis Interpretation
The interpretation of the lab result together with a current nutrition routine created by a professional veterinary dietologist
3. Personalized nutrition plan
Personalized nutrition plan, made by a veterinary dietologist based on your pets specific needs as well as your particular situation, resources and your pets preferences
4. Consultation with a veterinary dietologist
A personal consultation to explain the results and the recommendations by a dietologist, with the opportunity to ask all of your questions and get the answers live (in person?)
How it works
Fill in the form
Fill in the information about your pet, the more details you give, the more efficient the personalized nutrition plan will be
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Make the payment
Please make the payment for the service. If you have more questions you'd like to be answered beforehand, book a free consultation about the service
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Get pet's hair for the test
Collect your pets hair. See here the instruction on how to do that correctly
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Give it to the courier
Please state in the form when is the best time for our courier to arrive and receive the envelope with the pets hair in order to deliver it to the laboratory
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Consultation
A professional veterinary dietologist will make a personal consultation for you, during which they will give the interpretation of the microelements analysis, estimation of the current nutrition approach for the nutritive benefits and give a corrected personalized nutrition plan for your pet. It might take up to 3 weeks to get the full results from the moment you hand in the sample of the hair
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How to collects pets hair correctly
A sample of hair must be collected from the withers of the animal with a comb (hair that is freely combed). If in this way it is not possible to obtain a sample, it is possible to cut a fragment of hair in the same volume. The volume of the sample is about 1 gram, or a filled dessert spoon. The hair should be clean. Before collecting the hair (within 2 weeks prior to collecting hair) Please make sure your pet is not taking vitamins, limit the internal consumption of additives and the external use of cosmetic or caring products, therapeutic shampoos.

If, for some reason, it is impossible to pause the vitamins intake or use external remedies, it is necessary to indicate them as a comment while filling out the form. In this case please state, what have you been using, medicines or supplements the pet took, during what period and in what dosage.
Analyses «Pets hair»
Contents of the following 25 mincroelements in your pet's hair: Aluminum (Al), Boron (B), Vanadium (V), Iron (Fe), Iodine (I), Potassium (K), Cadmium (Cd), Calcium (Ca), Cobalt (Co), Silicon (Si), Lithium (Li), Magnesium (Mg), Manganese (Mn), Copper (Cu), Arsenic (As), Sodium (Na), Nickel (Ni), Tin (Sn), Mercury (Hg), Lead (Pb), Selenium (Se), Strontium (Sr), Phosphorus (P), Chromium (Cr), Zinc (Zn)
Why hair is studied for the microelements?
An organism sends all the essential nutrients to the bloodstream in the first place, muscles, bones and brain — in other words it protects all the functions that are most important for life. So the microelements are delivered to the hair in the last stage of this process. Using this principle, scientists are able to define which mircoelements your pet is lacking or may start to lack soon. As well as a presence of increased amounts of certain microelements can indicate future health problems.
What does this show?
Studying the microelemental status of your pet we get the info of the organism functioning on a bio-chemical level. Investigating the role of different elements and how they are interconnected we can then offset the consequences of a deficit or access of some of the microelements. Therefore it's a good diagnostical method that is worth doing. In the results of the analysis you will be able to see the factual and referential indicator for each of the studies microelements. One should be especially conscious regarding the toxic elements, as when this exceed the norms, it becomes poisonous and intoxicates your pets organisms.
Why balance of microelements is so important for the health of my pet?
Аn inbalance of microelements can affect the health and even lead to illnesses for your pet. It's enough if even one microelement loses balance, to stop the correct functioning of numerous chains of chemical reactions and break the balance of other elements as well. This inbalance can be caused by a insufficient intake of essential microelements as well as by the intake of toxic elements (with food, water, environment and cosmetics).
Why is it so important to fill in the form with all the info about your pet?
The laborotary analysis of your pets hair will show the status of microelements and point at a possible inbalance, but it won't be able to give a reason why, for example a certain toxic element got into your pets organism. Also the info is crucial to make the most efficient personalized nutrition plan for your pet. That would include proteins, fats and carbohydrates, vitamins and aminoacids that your pet specifically needs taking into account it's age, breed and activity levels.
What happens after getting the results of the analysis?
Our experts (nutritionists and dietologists) interpret the data provided by the laboratory and provided by you in the form. They work out personalized recommendations on the nutrition plan correction and can also advise how to prevent toxins from getting into your pet’s system, and give recommendations on what kind of a narrow-profile doctor you should rather turn to with any difficult problems.
Is it scientifically based?
  1. Veterinary Toxicology. Basic and Clinical Principles. Second Edition. Edited by Ramesh C. Gupta, 2012;
  2. Veterinary Zootoxicology, Murray E. Fowler, D.V.M., Reissued 2018 by CRC Press;
  3. Pathology for Toxicologists, Principles and Practices of Laboratory Animal Pathology for Study Personnel, Edited by Elizabeth McInnes, 2017
When is it needed?
A check up is needed if there are digestive problems, genitourinary, musculoskeletal problems or any issues with skin, hair, allergies etc.
Even if there are no known diseases or health issues now, do the checkup to stay safe and prevent the possible problems at an early stage
It takes your worries away. Do the check up to be sure everything is ok with your pets health
Please fill the form
In case you don't have enough time to fill out all the questions in the form right now, or you don't remember some things, you can leave your phone number and e-mail and we will contact you and will help you with it
Name and surname
Phone number
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E-mail
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Your pet (Dog or Cat)
Breed
Pet's name
Feminine or Masculine
Age
Weight
Castrated or sterilized
Activity levels
Earlier diagnosed diseases/chonical health issues
If there has been any previous operations
Allergies
Is your pet taking any medicines
The date of the last dehelmentalization
Does you pet have vaccines
Does your pet has an access to other animals food
Any specific problems with health
Personal preferences and wishes of the pets owner
Preferences of the pet (if known)
Nutrition diary
Reviews
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