What happens at a pet visit?
You will need to fill out a little
paper work telling us about your pet. Then we will connect your pet to the
transdermal testing equipment and run a full assessment. This takes
about 10 to 15 minutes depending on the animal. We will also take a look at
eyes, coat, nails, tongue, posture, etc. Once we have all the assessment
information, we explain the results and discuss options to help your pet
achieve optimal wellness.
What kind of information does
the equipment provide?
The equipment is programmed with
over 300,000 items including vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids,
fungus, bacteria, hormones, etc. The equipment has a special
monitoring pad that simply requires the animal to sit or lay upon it. The machine then
'reads' the body's electrical
output levels and
assigns number values for everything from vitamins to bacteria. We then get back a VERY LONG report of all those
values, which helps us identify possible nutritional deficiencies, allergies,
emotional states, etc.
What does a pet assessment cost
and how long does it take?
The consultation fee is $85.00 per animal for established clients. Visits are typically
15 to 30 minutes. You'll also be provided with a copy of their health levels very similar to the one we give humans.
House/Barn calls are $85.00 per
animal plus a travel fee that depends on how far we
have to travel. Locations in Emmet County are $25.00 plus the consult fee
If someone you know wants to bring their pet to be seen but are not an established client, it will take 45 to 60 minutes with an initial fee of $150.00. This gives us the time to create an establishment between practitioner and pet owner and provide basic education that woud normally be covered under a human client's education during their initial visit. Follows-ups with their pet will then be the fee of $85.00.