Allergies or Systemic Yeast - By consultation or in-store only
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It should be noted that a Systemic Yeast Infection or Candida Albicans overgrowth, is NOT an “illness” that your pet can “catch”; instead, it is the result of a breakdown of the natural environment of the GI Tract, which results in an imbalance.
Some major contributors to this imbalance are:
- vaccination protocols
- preservatives, additives, coloring, and other ingredients in pet foods and snacks
- chlorinated water
- exposure to Antibiotics
- Bad quality or cheap food
When the pH Balance is Upset…
Although there is no “single factor” responsible for turning this naturally occurring organism into an agent of disease, the Candida species is notorious for being an “opportunistic” pathogen. Candida fungus will secrete enzymes which destroy membrane integrity, leading to dysfunction. Candida also secretes toxins which activate the immune system, overload the liver, and then deposit themselves in body tissues. Once within body tissues, these toxins will work their way to skin surfaces, as the skin is one of the primary pathways the body has for the elimination of toxins. Unfortunately, the presence of toxins within the skin, or ear tissues, is what triggers the immune system to respond – with inflammation, which will, in turn, result in itching. This ‘response’ is what the vet will see and then be led down the path to assuming “allergies” are at fault, as toxins within the skin cannot be readily detected.
How it happens.
Essentially, the easiest way to explain, is that bad bacteria has begun leaking from your dog’s intestines into their entire body, skin, ears, and feet. Toxins strip the good bacteria from the gut; these good guys are not replaced, then yeast grows and infects the entire body. Toxins include antibiotics, vaccines, sugary food, bad treats, etc. The yeast eats through the intestines and begins spreading throughout the entire body and eventually makes its way to the surface, causing what is often mislabeled as allergies, itchy skin, bald spots, etc.
What Are the Yeast (Candida) Symptoms?
Symptoms may appear as:
- Rashes and/or Hot Spots
- Skin outbreaks in the paws, face, muzzle, ears, underbelly, underarms
- Eye problems
- Ear problems
- Bladder and urinary tract problems
- Pain, discomfort
- Severe itching
- Endless biting, chewing, licking
- Hair loss
- Blackening, dry, flaky skin or greasy skin
- Yeasty odor (smells like Fritos)
WHAT TO EXPECT
The Yeast Kit – yes you need the full kit to see results! This contains four supplements designed to kill the yeast in the body, repair the intestines and reduce inflammation, balance the ph of the body, and restore the bacteria needed for a healthy gut.
Yeast kit for small dogs (5-45lbs) or mild symptoms
Contains 4 supplements, size small
Total Cost: $90
Yeast kit for large dogs (above 45lbs) or severe symptoms
Contains 4 supplements, size large (medium size probiotic)
Total Cost: $110
Deluxe Yeast Kit
Contains 4 supplements (largest size of all), ready to use topical spray, food sample, scoop, and dilution bottle.
Total Cost: $130
Supreme Yeast Kit
Contains 4 supplements (largest size of all), ready to use topical spray, food sample, scoop, dilution bottle, medicated shampoo, and shampoo dilution bottle.
Total Cost: $160
In some cases, simply changing foods will solve the problem but will take longer. To use the kit, you need to change to one of the approved foods on our list, Blackwood or a balanced raw diet. A food change is the only way to solve systemic yeast for good.
***Absolutely no corn, potato, sweet potato, pumpkin, peas, or wheat should be fed to dogs with Systemic Yeast***
Excessive cases can take years to cure, but for most cases, you will notice a significant difference after 1 to 2 months, if you follow the kit precisely. The dog should feel better and have killed the yeast in the body by 6 months. The healing process can begin after that.
Please note that toxins have to exit the body. This means symptoms will often get worse before getting better as your dog expels the yeast from their body.