Buypetfood.com is pleased to offer UCARI Non-Invasive Pet Intolerance Kits to help you make informed decisions about the food and treats your pet eats. UCARI Pet Tests will test your pet's hair and identify intolerances and imbalances. This information is helpful to know for pets with ear, skin, and tummy issues.
Key Benefits of Ucari Pet Intolerance Kits
- Measures over 1000 Intolerances from your pets food, environment, and chemicals
- Non-Invasive Test helps pinpoint reasons your Pet might be sick.
- Safe for Dogs & Cats
- Results within 48 Hours
What's Included in with my UCARI Pet Intolerance Kit
- Sample Collection Kit & Prepaid Envelope to Mail in for Results
- Access to UCARI Web Portal for Results & Recommendations
- Free Consultation with Buypetfood.com Certified Pet Nutritionists
- 20% Discount on your Next Purchase at Buypetfood.com
How UCARI Pet Intolerance Kits Work
You'll collect hair samples from your Pet and mail them off in a prepaid envelope to UCARI. You'll create a profile at Ucari.com to get the results which come in 48 hours. UCARI will provide a personalized report of your Pets intolerances while providing suggestions about what food ingredients to avoid.
Are UCARI Pet Intolerance Kits Offered for People? Yes, buy both and save 20% on your order using coupon code UCARI.
How does a UCARI Pet Intolerance Kit Work? UCARI Pet Intolerance Kits uses Bioresonance Technology to measure electromagnetic signals emitted from hair samples you provide and compares those to a database of items that determine intolerances and imbalances in your pet's energetic profile.
How much hair is needed to for testing? 5-10 Hair Samples of any length can be used. You can gather these directly from the pet, its bed, or from a pet brush.
Does this test work for both Dogs & Cats? Yes, UCARI Pet Intolerance Kits will identify intolerances in both dogs and cats.
Is this Quack Science? Great question. UCARI offers intolerance testing for both humans and our furry friends. Bioresonance Technology is a holistic approach used around the world to determine intolerances non-invasively. No skin scraping, tissue samples or blood to harvest.
Is this Veterinarian Recommended? Probably not. The intent of using this test is to provide you with information which hopefully keeps you from having ongoing visits to your Vet to figure out why your pet is experiencing skin and digestive issues.