Bioresonance In Veterinary Practice


Similar to humans, dogs and cats are also at a risk of developing numerous types of diseases that can put their life at a risk and cause them to experience pain and discomfort. Unlike humans, however, dogs, cats and other animals are not able to speak out when they feel ill or experience symptoms of certain diseases. For this reason, it should be a priority amongst any pet owner to look for and to identify signs that their pet might be suffering from a disease – and, should such signs become present, to seek out a diagnosis and administer the appropriate treatments to their pet to ensure the disease is treated appropriately. Ultimately, the pet owner wants to ensure their pet lives a long and happy life, free of pain and discomfort, even though their pet is unable to communicate any potential symptoms to them.

Most Common Diseases In Pets

With cats and dogs being some of the most common pets, we are going to focus our article on these two particular species of animals. It is important to know about the many different diseases that can affect both species, including the potential symptoms they may cause. This allows a pet owner to look out for signs that their pet is developing or have developed a particular disease, and to ensure the pet owner is able to provide their pet with the appropriate treatments to help the pet find relief of the discomfort and pain they may be experiencing.

DVM360 explains that the most common types of diseases experienced by dogs, in particular, includes Otitis externa, Fleas, Dermatitis, Roundworms and Tapeworms, Colitis, Alopecia, Retained deciduous teeth and Gastroenteritis. Amongst cats, the ASPCA reports the most commonly found diseases to include Diabetes, High-Rise Syndrome, Rabies, Ringworm, Feline Leukemia Virus, Feline Immunodeficiency Virus and Heartworm. They explain that cancer also seems to be relatively common amongst cats.

Signs Of Disease In Pets

It may not always be clearly visible when a dog or a cat, or even another animal such as a horse, becomes ill. Only when the disease they are developing becomes more severe, significant symptoms may develop. This, however, may lead to a lower chance of successful treatment and may also affect their opportunity for survival. Thus, knowing about even the least significant signs of disease to look out for can help a pet owner identify, diagnose and treat a disease in their pet before it becomes too serious or even life-threatening.

The Spruce explains that pet owners should always consider their pet’s body language as very important – this is the only way for their pet to communicate with them. While not exactly in words, the body language of an animal can tell a lot about how they are feeling. If changes in their body language are detected, then it may signal the development of a disease.

Note that there are cases where emergency care may be necessary to prevent serious consequences from developing. If an animal’s gums turn pale, white or blue, then the pet owner should be worried and call a veterinary doctor for assistance. Other symptoms to never ignore include unresponsiveness, not being able to walk, problems with their breathing, dizziness and imbalance, seizures and a high body temperature.

Bioresonance Therapy In Veterinary Practice

While medication and treatment options are available to animals that have developed a disease, the costs involved with certain treatments and the possibility of side-effects developing could not be pleasant – for both the animal and the pet owner. Bioresonance therapy poses as an excellent alternative or complimentary mechanism to reduce the severity of certain diseases, ease discomfort and to relieve pain associated with some common diseases that are found in animals.

According to Bioresonance UK, this mechanism of alternative treatment has been proven as a successful option for animals ranging from small to big, including dogs and cats, and even horses. Another article on Bioresonance UK explains how one patient’s Persian cat was treated with feline calicivirus, and how bioresonance therapy assisted with soothing the symptoms the cat were experiencing. Many other testimonials provide inspiration as to how bioresonance therapy poses as a successful treatment option for addressing some common concerns amongst animals, including to treat complications that may occur after a vaccination, allergies that are present in an animal, for treating chronic cystitis and much more.


Pets are at a risk of developing several diseases, just like human are. The difference in the ability to communicate, however, is what makes it often more difficult to determine the possibility of a disease in a pet. Luckily, it is often possible to detect certain diseases in animals by simply being educated about the most common diseases as a pet owner, and to look out for these symptoms. Apart from the treatments that can be obtained from a veterinary clinic, bioresonance therapy also provides an effective method for reducing symptoms related to diseases in animals.

This pdf describes vet Claudia Goebbels’ experience in using bioresonance.