Dog Sandfly Bite

Sandfly fever

What is dog sandfly?

Leishmaniasis is a disease caused by a protozoan parasite found in dogs and certain rodents in many parts of the world, most commonly in rural areas. “The parasite is transmitted by a small biting sand fly”.

The bite of a sandfly can transmit a variety of pathogens to dogs, including the protozoan parasites Leishmania and Trypanosoma cruzi.

Leishmania can cause a disease known as leishmaniasis, which can be fatal if left untreated. Symptoms may include skin lesions, fever, weight loss, and anemia.

Trypanosoma cruzi, on the other hand, can cause Chagas disease, which can also be serious and even fatal in some cases. Symptoms of Chagas disease in dogs may include lethargy, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, and heart problems. It is important to protect dogs from sandfly bites, especially in areas where these diseases are endemic.


We have two systems that use Frequencies to identify and destroy pathogens.  We first determine which pathogens are causing your pet’s illness, and then treat them with the best frequencies available.

Frequency treatment works at the speed of light, so can work faster than pharmaceutical or herbal remedies.

Our typical approach to healing is as follows, however, this is adapted to each client’s needs.

  1. Reduce Stress
  2. Reduce Pain
  3. Boost Immune System
  4. Kill Pathogens
  5. Detoxify
  6. Provide Energy for recovery

Therapy Details

(Internal Use)

Test & Therapy Kit for Sand-Fly

First Test the animal with the test kit on AI reversal program and then treat it for 30mins if positive.

Test duration and therapy strength.

There are four strains of Leishmania and one for Trypanosoma cruzi. Select all that test positive and repeat treatment until they no longer show positive. The number of therapies needed will depend on how severe the illness is and the state of the animal’s health.

The CTT Test and therapy kit can be used to treat dogs.

1. Nwdeweweaples phlebovirus 1000414117 RNA-dependent RNA polymerase gene

2. Sicilian virus Ethiopia-2011 RNA-dependent RNA polymerase gene

Sandfly fever sicilian virus. Phlebovirus. Human, sandflies. Zoonosis, arthropod bite.