About 3 in 10 allergy sufferers are allergic to cats or dogs (with cats being the more common culprit). But that doesn’t always stop people from having a four-legged friend in their…
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When it comes to keeping your dog healthy, there are simple steps you can take to prevent diseases. Dental disease, kidney failure and Lyme Disease can all happen if you don’t keep…
It turns out no one is immune to allergies, not even our furry friends. Hopefully, your dog doesn’t have a serious problem. Some allergy symptoms are mild, like increased scratching, runny eyes,…
Like humans, horses can get sick or be infected with diseases. Taking care of a horse or horses means you’ll have them in sickness and in health. When your animal gets sick,…
There’s no denying the bond between dogs and humans, but it might surprise you to know that having your dog on the bed with you while you’re sleeping can actually provide you…
by Jennifer Bell
It doesn’t take long for pets to become cherished parts of the family, so the thought of giving up a beloved family member when someone in your home has pet allergies can be heartbreaking. Fortunately, research has provided a better understanding of animal allergies and what can be done to treat them.
What Causes Allergies to Pets
It is not actually animal fur which causes allergic symptoms in people. Rather, it is caused from the proteins found in animal dander, saliva and urine. These allergens become airborne when the animal moves, gives you a kiss or eliminates waste. Allergen particles that are released into the air can stick on clothes and furniture, causing misery for the person who suffers from allergies.
If you have a dog, it’s likely you’ve faced a skin problem or two. From hot spots to chronic, flaky skin, to allergies or worse, dog lovers are often frustrated when their…
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by Dr. Andrew Jones
Dog allergies are one of the most common conditions affecting dogs. Dog allergies can be very frustrating for both yourself and your dog. The constant itching and scratching, paw licking and chewing, skin rashes or chronic ear infections can make life very unpleasant.
Dogs allergies become noticeable when your dog’s immune system reacts excessively
It used to be the allergic reaction to flea bites, or flea-allergy dermatitis, that used to give pet owners reason for concern. However, with the creation of more effective flea-control products, the incidents of flea-related allergic reactions have decline dramatically.
Taking place as the number one reason for most pets itching and scratching, this year, is a mixture of inhalant (environmental) and food allergies. Environmental allergies, usually caused by