Many pets suffer from health problems, such as intolerances, chronic poisoning and toxic stress at a young age, and not all are recognised. They are often triggered or exacerbated by the wrong diet. The success stories of the dogs Luna, Bruno and Milow demonstrate how the Aniveri Analysis makes an important contribution to better animal health.

TheAniveri Analysis can be used as a digital check-up both for animals that do not have any health problems and for those that are already struggling with intolerances, allergies or other restrictions. This is because the Aniveri Analysis uses not only the results of a laboratory analysis that examines the animal’s hair sample for 20 different heavy metals and nutrients, but animal-specific data such as weight, breed or activity level are also an important part of the analysis process. This gives vets a comprehensive picture of the animal, which facilitates individualised diagnoses and treatment suggestions. These three success stories exemplify how this can have a positive effect on the health of the animal.

The first success story: Luna’s inexplicable intolerance

Luna, a 12-year-old female cavalier King Charles spaniel, had no known previous illnesses when the analysis was carried out. She just has an intolerance to chicken meat and generally only eats dry food. As soon as she eats chicken, she suffers from digestive and skin problems, as well as sluggishness.

The Aniveri Analysis detected a normal toxin load with increased aluminium and nickel levels and a good nutrient supply. Only individual nutrient values were too high or too low. Based on this result, Luna was recommended a six-week detoxification program with the Aniveri Night and Morning Clean products. 4 more weeks followed of the basic care phase and the subsequent build-up phase, during which Aniveri Daily and Joint Guard Basic products were used.

Soon after the detoxification phase, Luna became significantly more active, visibly more happy and energetic. Thanks to an additional dietary change to BARF, i.e. biologically appropriate raw feeding, she can now even eat chicken without suffering any side effects.

Two more success stories: Bruno and Milow

Flat-coated retriever Bruno is eight years old and only eats deer meat, amaranth and pasta. The retriever is allergic to mites, beef, chicken, horse and also rice. Due to a previous illness, he receives regular medication, and the animal now also has inexplicable neurological disorders.

The Aniveri Analysis found evidence of high doses of toxic contamination in his tissues, with very high levels of aluminium and antimony. The laboratory analysis of his hair sample also showed elevated levels of lead and nickel. There were also deviant values for nutrients such as calcium, magnesium, zinc and copper. Based on the correlation picture, the strongly deviating values and the retriever’s symptoms could finally be attributed to its consumption of lead-contaminated game meat. This data analysis makes it clear that it is not an acute contamination, which could be determined using other input factors or sample materials, but a chronic exposure.

The last of the three Aniveri success stories involves the labrador retriever Milow. The labrador is only one year old and is fed using biologically species-appropriate raw feeding. Its BARF feed consists of 70 % beef and 30 % fruit and vegetables. Despite his young age, Milow is already allergic to pork, lamb, turkey, rabbit and amaranth. He is also given anti-itch medication and strong anti-tick and anti-flea drugs.

Dog Milow’s success story
The Labrador Milow is only one year old, but already has numerous allergies.

The analysis found that Milow had very high aluminium and nickel levels, as well as increased silver and titanium values. The retriever’s nutrient balance also seemed completely out of balance, as various values were outside the norm. The deficiencies in calcium, magnesium and phosphorus indicated the absence of bone from the feed composition, leading to the deviating values. This example shows that the wrong diet can lead to serious toxin loads and nutrient deficiencies even in very young animals.