Natural Allergy Treatment Alternatives for Pets (NAET)

natural-allergy-treatment-alternative-naet One of the most frustrating and relapsing chronic conditions seen in small animal medicine is the presence of skin allergies.  Inhalant and contact allergies to molds, grasses, trees, pollen, etc, as well as food and flea allergies lead to frequent itching and secondary bacterial and yeast infections of the skin and ears. This leads to increasing pet discomfort, as well as owner expense because of frequent veterinary visits. While antibiotics and anti-inflammatories, including antihistamines and cortisone may offer quick symptomatic relief, long-term relapses are common, as well as side effects from medications.

In addition, these palliative or suppressive measures fail to address the underlying causes of skin allergies which only perpetuates the problem long term. While veterinary dermatologists may offer blood and/or skin allergy testing, as well as exotic diet alternatives, such treatments are often quite expensive and require long-term commitment and offer at best a partial response.  One of the more exciting holistic alternatives now available for animal guardians in addressing frustrating skin allergies is known as Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET),  an allergy desensitization process developed for humans by Dr. Devi Nambudripad in 1983.

This drug free natural solution can potentially eliminate many types of allergies using a combination of selective energy balancing, testing, and treatment procedures from various disciplines of medicine, ranging from acupressure/acupuncture, kinesiology, chiropractic and nutritional medicine.

For many frustrating recurrent skin and ear problems, the NAET technique can possibly eliminate allergies through several weeks of treatment. To learn more about this exciting allergy treatment alternative, as well as to find a veterinary practitioner skilled in this form of treatment see www.naet.com

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  3. hi i have a 3 poud yorshire and she scratch from alergi what can i give her the doctor give cortizone but must have something else thank you

    • Dr. Michael Dym, VMD veterinarianMarch 17, 2014 at 6:21 pm · Reply

      Ask vet about new drug called apoquel which I have seen do wonders for allergies in pets. Check it out on line

  4. My poor rescue cocker has terrible allergies and although she’s on weekly allergy shots she licks and attacks her paws until they are so raw she can’t walk. The wonder drug apoquel is unbelievable… But it’s so highly in demand that it evidently can’t be manufactured quickly enough for the demand. They haven’t been available since the beginning of March and isn’t expected to be until the end of April. After taking the pill (which is expensive) twice daily for just one day — NO licking or itching and she smiled so frequently it was great to see. It would be great if pet meds can get a hold of this great drug.

  5. I am looking for a Vet that does NAET. I am in Neptune NJ, that is the east coast. Monmouth County.
    Can someone help?

    • Dr. Michael Dym, VMD veterinarianJune 24, 2014 at 2:13 pm · Reply

      Hi Karla. I dont know of a specific vet, but maybe check out my friend and colleague Rosemary Manziano, in Colts Neck, who is excellent homeopathic vet who can help with allergies. Animal Healing Center in Yardley, PA I think has vet who does NAET. Good luck

      • Thank you so much. I actually put a call out to Dr. Manziano today. Years ago I went to Yardley with one of my little ones. This kitty can’t handle car rides. Waiting to hear form Colts Neck doctor. I appreciate your taking the time.

        • Dr. Michael Dym, VMD veterinarianJune 25, 2014 at 4:41 pm · Reply

          Hi Karla. you probably used Dr Khalsa, whom I know very well from Animal Healing Center years ago. She is retired. As for Dr Manziano, hoping she can help as a homeopath, as well as skilled in other holistic modalities. Many of us, who offer homeopathy, also do phone consultations. See my website below for more details. I also work with a wonderful nutritionist named Anitra Frazier, who is author of book The Natural Cat. Anitra and I work together on helping many feline cases around the country with nutrition and homeopathy. Anitra’s phone number is 212-663-0122. My website is http://www.doctordym.com Good luck

  6. I am currently doing the NAET treatment with my dog. The vials/instructions were mailed to me. How does the vet know that the substances have “cleared” long-distance?

    • Dr. Michael Dym, VMD veterinarianAugust 6, 2014 at 2:09 pm · Reply

      MAny vets use applied kinisiology in doing this long distance work. I dont use that technique in my practice, so best to ask the vet you are working with.

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  8. This note is from Dr. Khalsa as a client sent all these posts my way on an e-mail. I do NAET for dogs, cats and horses all over the world. I send people the vials to use at home and teach them, through videos and instructions, how to do the procedure. It is really easy and very effective. While I am no longer at the Animal Healing Center in Yardley, I am not retired. I work solely from phone consults in the States.

  9. I have a Lhasa with severe skin allergies, some ear infections that developed from a high quality canned chicken diet last year. A holistic practitioner said she has a overgrowth of yeast. Since then I switched to a home cooked chicken or turkey diet and were giving her enzymes and probiotics. That didn’t seem to work. Now a new dietician has her on a diet of rabbit or venison and was given several enzymes, probiotics and omegas. She is still itching and scratching quite a bit. I have now learned of a firm in Florida that has a product, The Allergy Kit for dogs which works with 7 glass vials and a laser that you do yourself at home over a 2 week period. It works very similar to the NAET technique. They have been treating humans with success since 2008. Have you ever heard of them? Do you think the laser could hurt my pet? Its a red cold laser, no heat. I am running out of options and money and need help for her. I really don’t want to give her cortisone shots, I hear they don’t work long term and worsen the condition. Should I try Apoquel? Should I get the saliva test to find out what the allergy is or try NAET or The Allergy Kit? I am in the Orange County area of California.

    Thank you.

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