Fur Analysis Body Health Test
Fur Analysis Body Health Test
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Fur Analysis Body Health Test

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We utilize medical history and fur analysis to assess your pet's level of key minerals in the body and screen for any toxic metal accumulation.

Minerals are the "spark plugs" of life. They are involved in almost all enzyme reactions within the body. These enzyme reactions are what keep us healthy, alive and at optimal health. Without proper mineral levels, these enzyme reactions become inefficient and eventually more seriously impaired. 

A trace mineral fur test is an invaluable screening tool. We recommend all pets be tested on an annual basis. This allows proper treatment to be started before signs of illness. Even in pets that do not seem "ill", we are always delighted and amazed to see how much healthier, energetic, happy and shiny our animal friends become when we correct any trace mineral imbalances.

Fur analysis is the most efficient means to determine exactly what vitamins and minerals your pet needs.

Why fur testing and not a blood test? We do recommend regular blood tests with your veterinarian. However, blood tests are not as useful when looking at trace mineral levels. The body keeps blood levels normal so all the organs can function optimally. To do this, the body pulls or pushes trace minerals from the reservoir of our body tissues. The fur is an approximation of the reserve levels for these minerals. As reserves become low, body function becomes impaired, inflammation increases, the ability to deal with stress diminishes and animals become more susceptible to illness.

A fur test can help keep your pet feeling their best for many years to come.

Steps to complete an fur analysis for your dog, cat or horse:

  1. Purchase a fur analysis above
  2. Collect a fur sample (follow these instructions)
  3. Fill out and print this form: FMHM Test Form
  4. Send us your form and fur sample
  5. Complete a clinical medical history form for your dog or cat
  6. Request an appointment below to discuss results.