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Cause‐oriented testing and treatment

Dachshund Rambo with food intolerance

A patient report by animal owner Patricia

My Rambo is my little sunshine. He makes me laugh when I am sad and he is always with me. That’s why it’s especially bad for me when he’s feeling bad and he can’t tell me what’s wrong.

At the end of 2020, he suddenly lost a lot of weight and also ate very poorly. He had diarrhoea and fever again and again. I took him to the veterinary clinic. Blood was taken, he was x-rayed, punctured, examined and blood was taken again. For weeks I was busy giving him pills, preparing diet food, taking his temperature and driving him to the vet clinic again. But he didn’t really get better. He became thinner and thinner and just sat around listlessly. I often had to carry him home from the walk, because he had no more strength.

A colleague gave me the phone number of a veterinary naturopathic practitioner and I called her in desperation. The next day she came to our house and took a lot of time for my dog. At the end of the appointment, she explained to me about bioresonance and that she would like to treat my dog with it.

Anything was fine with me, because I really wanted him to get better. Two days later, the veterinary naturopathic practitioner called me and told me that she had the test results. She said that Rambo couldn’t tolerate his food, so he had a chronic intestinal inflammation and that’s why he had bloody diarrhoea.

I changed his diet completely after he had been on a special diet for about 6 weeks. At the beginning, he was treated with bioresonance twice a week, then only once a week. The veterinary naturopath always came to my home and brought the bioresonance device with her.

Rambo thought that was great, because he was allowed to lie on his beloved couch in my blanket while the therapy was going on. After three months, he was fit as a fiddle again. He no longer had diarrhoea and also put on weight again. I am very grateful that I found this possibility and, in the future, I would always call “my” veterinary nateropath if something happens to him again. My wish is that the veterinarians in the animal clinic can also experience and learn about the possibilities they would have with the bioresonance device. They will then be able to offer better help to more animals.


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Patient report

This is a report of an animal owner’s experience with bioresonance.

Please remember that a veterinarian or veterinary naturopathic practitioner should always be the first port of call for your pet’s illnesses. Addresses of BICOM® therapists in countries outside Germany, can be obtained from the respective international partners.