Proceeding with Treatment

Testing is the first step towards long-term allergy relief, but it’s only half the battle. Once you have tested an animal, the next step is to bring it back below threshold. Whether it is with the use of our sublingual drops or subcutaneous injections, hypo-sensitization remains the only long-term treatment for allergies.

Our USDA licensed facility manufactures hypo-sensitization sets with up to 20 allergens in a single set. In the event there are more allergens, a double set can be made. Treatment can be ordered online via the client access portal, or by calling us at 800-553-1391.

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