Animals Have Allergies Too

In 2012 the holistic veterinarian Dr. Jean Hofve spoke on an ASEA Animal Call specifically on how ASEA can help pets with allergies. This post was last updated  2017.

If you have been following our blog you may recall that my wife, Grace Rowe, had an impossible  to diagnose allergy for 10 years that has disappeared thanks to ASEA. Those of you who have animals know that animals are bothered by allergies too.

A holistic veterinarian discusses how animal allergies can be helped with ASEA. 

Redox Signaling Molecules and our Pets’ Allergies: Helping the Cells Detox & the Immune System Manage Allergies

Seasonal and food allergies affect millions of companion animals (and their owners) each year. Holistic veterinarian, Dr. Jean Hofve shared information with us on an ASEA Animal Call. She discussed how Redox Signaling Molecules aid an animal’s  immune system in dealing with allergens and help the body stop reacting inappropriately.

We are thrilled to have Dr. Hofve talk to us because ASEA has mostly been used by humans. It is great to share how the greatest scientific breakthrough of our generation, cellular communication can be used to help animals deal naturally and effectively with allergies.

ASEA has the potential to significantly improve your life and your pet’s lives. Dr Jean Hofve  teaches us how Redox Signaling molecules participates with every cell and how the immune system recognizes and deals with allergies to pollens, dust, molds, foods — all things that should not trigger an immune response.

Dr. Jean has a great Overview of Pet Allergies on Only Natural Pet. And there is  a great interview with Dr. Hofve on Floppy Cats about Cat Allergies – here is an excerpt:

What symptoms do we see in our cats that lead you to a diagnosis of food allergy?
Gastrointestinal symptoms (vomiting, diarrhea) or skin symptoms (rashes, itchiness)

“These will mostly be skin symptoms, but can also show up as tummy problems; the symptoms are usually indistinguishable from food allergy symptoms. Food allergies do have a vague tendency to show up around the face, ears, and feet more than other areas, but atopy can do the same. In dogs, most allergies are not to food but to inhaled particles such as dust and pollen. But cats have a higher rate of food allergy—perhaps up to 50%.”


The ASEA Redox Supplement is a 100% non-toxic “supplement”.  It is sprayed on the animals externally or given orally. ASEA will reintroduce Redox Signaling molecules back into the body generating greater cellular communication and activity.  

In 2013 Dr. Jean wrote an informative article “Asea: Redox Signaling Molecules” where she explains redox molecule signaling. Here is an excerpt:

“The body has many defenses against damage from inflammation; but one of the most important is antioxidants. The body makes its own master antioxidants (glutathione peroxidase, superoxide dismutase or SOD, and catalase), which work efficiently and effectively to neutralize free radicals whenever and wherever they get out of control. We can also take in outside antioxidants; for example, by eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, which contain natural antioxidants that plants make for their own defense.”

“Antioxidants have gotten a ton of attention in recent years, so it may be surprising to learn that they don’t work simply because the body makes them or the you eat them. They have to be activated before they can do their job. And a balanced pair of redox signaling molecules is the “on” switch for all kinds of antioxidants.”

Posted by Peter Rowe

ABOUT Dr. Jean Hofve, DVM

Dr. Hofve is a holistic veterinerian and author. You can find her books “The Complete Guide to Holistic Cat Care: An Illustrated Handbook” and “What Cats Should Eat, Keeping Your Cat Healthy with Good Food” on AMAZON.

Dr. Hofve has a soft spot for cats and partners with cat behaviorist, Jackson Galaxy (My Cat From Hell) in the . Dr. Hofve is now retired from veterinary practice; she is no longer providing consultations. If your cat has a medical issue, please visit the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association to find a practitioner in your area.

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