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Is your pet sneezing and rubbing his eyes or constantly
scratching and itching? Does your pet have coat problems, skin rashes
or ear problems? Your pet may suffer from pet allergies, just
like people do. But unlike people, pets often manifest their allergies
in their skin or ear. Look for a poor coat, irritated skin or constant
ear infections. Pet allergies can range from food allergies to environmental
and seasonal allergies. We all love our pets and hate to see them
suffer, right? Well, there is good news. We can offer our pets some
Pet Allergies And Pet Allergy Relief
First, identify the allergen. Is your pet allergic to an ingredient in his food? You may need to study your pets eating habits and change his food. Is he allergic to the fabrics he encounters? Many pets are allergic to their bedding. Pet allergies can also include pollen and other outdoor allergens. If your pet does not suffer all year round, seasonal allergies may to be blame. If he does suffer all year round, your pet may be allergic to mold or dust.
You can treat some pet allergies and skin irritation with epsom salt baths or a medicated shampoo. Just be sure to prevent your pet from drinking the water. These remedies offer temporary relief. More long term solutions can include pet allergy shots or antihistamines, particularly for seasonal pet allergies. Food allergies may require a lot of observation. Just like with a human child, you may need to feed your pet a highly controlled homemade diet, to identify the allergen. Whatever allergies your pet may be dealing with, always remember to consult your veterinarian. Veterinarians can and should be a resource in identifying your pet's allergies and recommending treatment and pet allergy relief.
Allergy And Itch Relief Medicine For Pets
In the same way that people are miserable when their allergies strike, pets can also be made miserable by allergies. Today there are a number of high quality allergy relief medications that can help alleviate their suffering with trusted solutions from name brand companies approved by vets and pet owners alike.
If you notice your dog or cat has watering eyes, excessive itching, rashes on their skin or issues with their ears, your pet may be suffering from allergies. It is important to first have your vet check and see if this is the cause. When allergies are the cause, they can come in a variety of forms, similar to the way they do in people. There are environmental triggers, seasonal triggers and allergies that are triggered by food. That means certain foods, pollen, mold, dust and even certain fabrics could be causing the allergic reaction. It is important to keep a close eye on what your dog or cat does to try and determine what might be triggering the allergy.
There are a number of different quality products that can be used to treat allergies in pets. Some are given orally, either as a powder that can be mixed in with food or drinks and some can be given as a shampoo during a grooming or bathing session. Others are sprays that can be applied to the surface of your pets skin. You may find that you need to try more than one remedy until you discover the right product that works in harmony with your pet to help prevent or reduce the effects of the allergen.
Many of these remedies are homeopathic, meaning they are natural solutions that some people may feel more comfortable about giving to their pets. As always, it is important to read and follow the directions provided on the product's packaging.