It’s heartbreaking to see your dog or cat go through the misery that’s caused by allergies in pets. Start your research with this expert guide.
The answer to the question “Why do dogs lick their paws?” isn’t always simple. Grass allergies, foreign bodies and parasites are all possible causes.
Whether you have moderate or severe allergic reactions, speak with your doctor so you don’t have to suffer when you’re around pets.
There are a number of dog ear infection treatment options. For dogs with chronic ear infections, finding the right solution may take some trial and error.
The best way to figure it out is — you guessed it — get in to see the vet.
Along with chemical cleaning agents, some natural ingredients can also irritate dogs’ skin.
Itch-free skin without drugs is a real possibility with the benefit of an immunotherapy vaccine.
Diagnosing food allergy has nothing to do with a better quality of food or a grain-free diet. It means finding food sources that your pet hasn’t had before.
House dust mites are one of the most common pet allergens, with around 30% of dogs who have allergies reacting strongly to their presence.
Dr. Michel Selmer, DVM, discusses pet food allergies and how a simple blood test is revealing a wealth of information.