When we find that no treatments we use for curing our pets are not sufficient we must look beyond the superficial and find the underlying cause of resistance to treatment. By bioresonance-analysis we find another aspect of diagnosis which  answers the important question „why“: It is likely that our dogs are loaded with „hereditary toxins“ or „genetic dispositions“ . That means, they are carrying a hereditary disposition for special diseases in the same way as in humans. Grandmother has varecous veins, her daughter does not have the problem but her granddaughter may have the same disposition towards this problem. Hereditary dispositions can skip one or several generations. Pure bred dogs can be affected with these genetic problems as there is often significant in breeding. Since animals tend to live shorter lives than humans and as humans we can see many generations it is possible to see many variations of a genetic disposition. 

It is NOT entirely possible to eleminate these „hereditary toxins“ but if we know which one  irritates the immunsystem and the body’s own natural defense we can reduce its activity. The result is a stronger aktivity of the immunsystem and the natural defenses. 

The existence of the hereditary toxin does not mean that every disease which is „programmed“ by the toxin must break out. Every organism has its own immunsystem and defense. The immune system can defend against the activity of the hereditary disposition. If there is significant stress on the organism the immunesystem can be further compromised. 

You may ask „why do we have this hereditary problem with our dog? Our breeder is known to be serious ?“ It is because this problem does not exist since only one dog-generation but since years of breeding. You may know a serious breeder but one of your dog’s parents come from another breeder, or the grandparents come from a breeder before who had the only aim in getting beautiful and archieving dogs – so he put together two beautiful and archieves dogs but he did not take care of their health and blood-composition. 

The diseases which result from hereditary toxins are: disharmony in hormone production because of a dysfunction of the hypophysis gland, degenerations of the locomotorsystem, dysfunction of intestines and allergies. 

It is important to acknowledge that the existence of a hereditary toxin does not mean that the organism must get all of the diseases for which it inherits a genetic predisposition. Every organism has its own natural defense and immunesystem. The body’s ability to resist depends on all of the other organic facts and acquiered toxins the body needs to resist. 

Unfortunately it is not possible to „heal“ an organism which is stressed by hereditary toxins, we only can reduce the activity of the toxin and can help the immunesystem to defend against and relieve the symptoms of a toxin. In the treatment it is necessary to consider that a toxin can regain its strength and agin attack the animal. 

© by Petra Stein