Allergy testing determines which allergens are affecting your pet. Once identified, those allergies can be treated successfully with immunotherapy. Allergy specific immunotherapy is the safest, natural option for treating your pet’s allergies by treating the underlying cause of the disease and not just the symptoms.


Dog, cats and horses can suffer from allergies just like people do. Allergies are typically displayed through various skin related issues and other symptoms. Knowing what to look for in a pet suffering from allergies can help you and your veterinarian develop the best allergy treatment or management plan for your pet.

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If your Veterinarian suspects that your pet is experiencing symptoms related to allergies and has determined that your pet’s problem is allergy, your vet may prescribe the ACTT Allergy Management Program.The ACTT Allergy Program includes a simple blood test for allergen identification, followed by immunotherapy

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Immunotherapy is a safe and effective, long-term allergy treatment plan that gradually builds your pet’s immunity to the specific allergens that are causing them discomfort. This is the only type of treatment on the market that specifically alters the course of allergic disease. With long term uses this therapy significantly decreases allergy symptoms.

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Mona Had Terrible Skin Issues.

Mona was having terrible skin issues that her owner could not get under control with medications, shampoos and diet. She was miserable and her vet felt that ACTT serum allergy testing was the next logical step. After receiving the results from her allergy test, Mona began immunotherapy drops tailored to her specific allergies. Now she receives allergy treatment daily in the form of allergy drops, and meets her owner at the fridge to get them before breakfast and dinner. Her skin lesions have healed and she has become more comfortable.

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A simple blood draw is all that is needed from your pet to be evaluated for allergy and the ACTT Allergy Test can be submitted by any licensed veterinarian.

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