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Inside Scoop: TCVM Veterinarians Share Top Cat Allergies Protocol

Inside Scoop: TCVM Veterinarians Share Top Cat Allergies Protocol

It's a sad but true fact. Cats suffer from the discomforts of allergies just like people do.

In this article, we're sharing the cat allergies protocol TCVM veterinarians Dr. Marc Smith and Dr. Casey Damron recommend in their Tennessee clinics.

What Do Cat Allergies Look Like?

When a cat suffers from allergies, it shows up in a few different ways.

Some signs your cat suffers from allergies include:

  • Diarrhea and/or vomiting
  • Itchy and runny eyes
  • Itchy skin and excessive scratching
  • Sneezing, coughing, wheezing, or snoring
  • Swollen paws

Luckily, there are many quick and easy changes you can make at home to help you give your cat an edge on easing allergy and food sensitivity challenges.

We'll go over our veterinarians' protocol here, but you can get even more information in their ebook Cat Allergies 101: Make Your Cat Feel Better Today.

Get Your Free Copy of Cat Allergies 101: Make Your Cat Feel Better Today

Cat Allergies Protocol Step #1: Switch to a Limited Ingredient Diet

Switching to a limited ingredient diet will made a huge difference in how your cat feels. 

PET | TAO Limited Ingredient Cat Food Recipe is naturally low in foods that stimulate an allergic response.

The recipe is easy to make at home in your slow cooker.

Most cats also have much softer, shinier coats when fed a home-cooked diet. 

Get the PET | TAO Limited Ingredient Cat Food Recipe

Cat Allergies Protocol Step 2: Supplement with Digestive Enzymes and Probiotics

Try digestive enzymes and probiotics.

Both digestive enzymes and probiotics promote overall gut health, which boosts overall immune health and immune response.

Digestive enzymes help your cat better digest everything he or she eats. Human studies show that properly and completely digesting food plays an important role in allergic response. 

Probiotics help overall gut health by reintroducing healthy bacteria back into your cat's system. If your cat has a good population of healthy gut bacteria, it remarkably reduces and prevents allergies.

Dr. Smith and Dr. Damron recommend PET | TAO Harmonize GI. Harmonize GI is a blend of prebiotics, probiotics and digestive enzymes. You can purchase Harmonize GI in in our store without a veterinary prescription.

Cat Allergies Protocol Step #3: Feed Freeze Dried Lung Treats

According to TCVM, Lung is on the same meridian as the skin.

Therefore, lung treats help both breathing and skin allergies.

Lung treats support lung and skin similar to a glandular supplement in a “like treats like” fashion.

Dr. Smith and Dr. Damron recommend PET | TAO Freeze Dried Pork Lung Treats.

Cat Allergies Protocol Step #4: Try Medicinal Mushrooms

Supplementing with medicinal mushrooms is another holistic tool for helping cats suffering from allergies. 

Medicinal mushrooms can ease inflammatory responses and allergy symptoms.

PET | TAO Complement Immune Mushroom Blend is an excellent product providing a synergistic blend of top medicinal mushrooms. 

You can learn more about Complement Immune on the PET | TAO website.

Complement Immune is available over-the-counter, without needing a veterinary prescription. So, you can easily purchase Complement Immune here in our store

Cat Allergies Protocol Step #5: Consider a TCVM Herbal Remedy

TCVM herbal remedies are special Chinese herbs formulated to restore energy balance to opposing forces of energy that run through invisible channels in the body. 

Chinese medicine offers many amazing natural solutions for cat allergies.

Some good examples are:

However, to get TCVM herbs you need an authorization from your veterinarian or a consultation with one of our veterinarians.

Need Extra Help for Your Special Needs Cat?

If you ever feel like you need extra help in managing your cat's allergies naturally, we can help.

TCVM Pet Supply co-founding veterinarians, Dr. Marc Smith and Dr. Casey Damron offer TCVM telemedicine consultations.

If you get a TCVM telemedicine consultation ($125), you'll get personalized TCVM recommendations specific to your cat, including:

  • Food Therapy Recommendations 
  • TCVM Evaluation
  • TCVM Herb Recommendations & Veterinary Authorization
  • Supplement Recommendations
  • Alternative Medicine Recommendations

If you reside in the Middle Tennessee area or would like to commute, you may choose an in-clinic appointment instead.

You can learn more about each vet and contact the clinic you prefer directly:

We hope this information helps you, and wish you the best in helping your cat feel better. 

If you have any other questions or if we can help you in any way, just let us know!


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