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Longhaired shepherds Franze and Fanny with itching and diarrhoea

A patient report from pet owners Margarete and Peter

Our two longhaired shepherds Franze and Fanny are the centre of our lives. They are siblings and we picked them up from a breeder when they were 8 weeks old. Unfortunately, our joy was not long-lasting, because at the age of about 11 months, both dogs started to scratch themselves in various places in such a way that there were bald and bloody patches and they had diarrhoea again and again. When we met the littermates for the first time, we were very shocked – the other dogs were in the same condition or even worse.

We went to the vet, who gave us a different food. Unfortunately, that didn’t help. We went to the next vet, then to the animal clinic and then to a vet again. It got worse and worse. Franze had several palm-sized spots on the top of his back that were bleeding and itching like crazy. He lay next to us all night scratching and scratching. His sister was only slightly better. We didn’t know what else to do.

Then an acquaintance told us about her vet and that he uses such a device. He has already helped many dogs, cats and horses with it. We were so desperate and hoped that this vet could help us and our dogs. We made an appointment and even took the 2-hour drive – the most important thing was that the two of them got help.

When we arrived, we went into the practice with both dogs and the vet examined them both very thoroughly. He took blood, which was sent to the lab, and he also tested both of them with the bioresonance device. A week later we had to come back. It turned out that our dogs had various problems. Among other things, they had an underactive thyroid gland, several allergies and exposure to various bacteria.

We were given tablets and then we were supposed to come once a week with both dogs for bioresonance. That’s what we did. For eight weeks we drove 2 hours there and 2 hours back every week. Then we were only supposed to come every 2 weeks. We also changed the food. We now cook them meat with all the additives they need. So we could even reduce the tablets for the thyroid after a few weeks.

Our dogs ran happily into the practice on their second visit to this vet and immediately laid down in the dog beds where they were being treated with bioresonance. We could hardly believe it, but they really liked it. The success was quick to follow. The open spots receded and healed.

We were then given a spray by the vet in case it happened again – but so far we haven’t needed it. We wish that many more vets would offer bioresonance in their practice. But until they do, we are happy to travel the long distance with our two darlings when they have a problem again.

Oh yes, before we forget. We also had an acute problem with Fanny. She must have caught some vomit from a fox while out walking, which contained rat poison. She started vomiting blood and also had bloody diarrhoea.

We went straight to the next vet and there she was on a drip all day – but it didn’t get any better. We went to the vet with the bioresonance in the evening and she was treated there almost all night and for the next three days in a row. Then she was well again and started to eat again. We were so happy and firmly convinced that without the bioresonance there would be no more Fanny today.


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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.