In 2005 Dr. Evan's Percheron mare gave birth to a beautiful filly. Unfortunately, the dam did not pass the placenta, which is a life-threatening condition for equines. After fruitlessly attempting to follow the recommended veterinary protocol for five days with no successful outcome in sight -- and after spending serious $$$ -- Dr. Evan took her BRT equipment to the barn. The attending vet left a large quantity of pus that had been removed from the uterus and the retained placenta. Dr. Evan placed the purulent material in the input cup, placed an input electrode over the mare's lower abdomen, and an output electrode on her back. The therapy lasted nine minutes. Within an hour her temperature had fallen to normal and later that evening she expelled the remainder of the placenta; it was totally odorless. She made a complete recovery.
A number of deeply beloved animal companions were given little time to live by their attending veterinarians because of various cancer diagnoses and other chronic degenerative conditions. Although BioResonance Therapy is certainly not capable of extending life indefinitely, weekly or semimonthly BRT sessions prolonged many of their lives; restored appetites and playfulness; shrank tumors; and gave their grieving owners an opportunity to enjoy and celebrate their companions' last months before saying their final good-byes. On average, their pets lived nine to ten months longer than expected, and did so without pain or discomfort.