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Dogs, just like humans also go through from the seasonal allergies in dogs. The symptoms include rashes, itching, hives, sneezing, puffy red eyes or hair loss. The best treatment for seasonal allergies in dogs is anti-histamines. Benadryl is a common OTC medication but it should be administered by the veterinarian's recommendations.
This is very common in dogs, especially allergy from human food. It is said that 10% of dogs’ allergy conditions are related to food. The reaction occurs when a certain food is identified harmful by the dog’s body. Then the body releases antibodies and these lead to various dangerous symptoms. The symptoms may include diarrhoea, gastrointestinal problems, nausea, vomiting, itching or ear inflammation. There are many foods to which dogs develop an allergy that includes beef, pork, chicken, wheat, fish, soy, dairy and more.
Food allergies in dogs
Your little friends can also be allergic to their own food. It can be due to specific or multiple ingredients in the food. This does not mean that the brand is the problem since the reaction is a unique immune system response. It means the dog will develop allergy whenever he ingests that ingredient no matter of the brand. It may be due to the containment used in the food or any compound used in the manufacturing.
Pollen, moulds, dust or other inhalants leads to airborne allergy in dogs which is also called atopy. The symptoms may include, chewing, itching, licking or scratching on their bodies and also respiratory issues in some cases. Though it’s hard to determine that the reaction was due to an airborne allergen or not, do you have to rule out other allergies in dogs.
As soon as you notice any signs of allergy make sure that you visit the vet as soon as possible. Get the best treatment to assure that your dog can get better in limited time.