Allergies can’t be cured, but they can be treated, both with medication and by protecting your dog as much as possible from whatever’s making them sick. Here’s what you should know about dog allergies and what you can do about them.
Benadryl can be used for dogs who suffer from allergies if proper dosage guidelines are followed. Veterinarians often recommend Benadryl for dogs with allergies, as it can reduce their symptoms. Here is what you should know.
If your dog suffers seasonal allergies and you want to use natural remedies instead of steroids or medications, there are several options available that can help your pup. Here are eight natural remedies for dogs that can help fight symptoms of seasonal allergies.
The good news is that poison ivy doesn’t affect dogs as often as humans. Their fur coats reduce the chances that their skin will be exposed. Still, there is a chance that a red, itchy rash will appear, and dogs who eat the plant may suffer some gastrointestinal upset.
Allergic reactions in dogs can be difficult to spot, as they vary in type, severity, and cause. Almost any substance can trigger allergic reactions in dogs, though there are some allergens that are more common triggers than others.
Some people love dogs, but allergies have them sneezing, wheezing, and itching every time they pet a pooch. Here are a few of the best hypoallergenic dog breeds to reduce allergies.
Teenager Martina Baker has a rare condition that makes her allergic to almost everything. Luckily, her new service dog is helping prevent deadly allergic reactions and letting her get her life back.
My daughter had horrible allergies and was missing school. I was skeptical about purifiers, but it cleared the pet allergens, pollutants, and smell out of the air. Now my daughter feels much better!
Fortunately, you can give your dog Benadryl if your veterinarian recommends it, but the correct dosage depends on a few factors. You must consult your veterinarian before giving your dog Benadryl or any other medication, even over-the-counter drugs.
Reverse sneezing often sounds worse than it actually is, but it can be indicative of a more serious problem. Here’s what you should know about that honking noise your dog is making.
Impacted anal sacs can cause your dog to do the butt scoot on your favorite rug, but there’s another cause you might not know about.
Nearly 80% of respondents to a recent DogTime survey say they suffer from allergies — and the impact the allergens have touch every aspect of these pet owners’ lives. Imagine… a problem more serious than a busted remote control. A situation more limiting than chronic wallet misplacement. I’m talking about allergies so severe, they make […]