There’s no denying it. Allergy season is officially upon us. This is the time of year most of us become victim to runny noses, itchy eyes andTHOSE lovely sneeze attacks that always happen at the worst times. Something to remember is that you aren’t the only one who can suffer from allergies. Your pet is equally susceptible. Take the time to make sure they’re taken care of as well as yourself.
Like you, your pet can have also have spring allergySYMPTOMS. Itchy, watery eyes, irritated skin, sneezing, constant licking, paw chewing and swollen paws, etc. are all common allergy indicators.
Any pet can develop allergies at any time during their life, but allergic reactions are more prominent and common inCERTAIN breeds.
Animals can be allergic to varying forms of allergens such as mold spores, pollen, fleas and flea-control products, fabrics, trees, and even grass. The best way to treat allergies is to remove the offending source from their environment. But since certain substances can’t be removed, your vet may recommend medications to control your pet’s allergic reaction.
Learn more about pets and their allergies HERE.
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