ALLERGIES ACCOUNT FOR UP TO 25% OF ALL VISITS TO A VETERINARIAN.APPROXIMATELY 80% OF THESE CAN BE CATEGORIZED AS ENVIRONMENTAL ALLERGIES.
TAKE CONTROL OF YOURPET’S ALLERGIES.
Understanding the conditions that trigger allergies in your pets will help you protect them froma what causes the allergy. Just like humans, pets have immune systems to protect them from foreign substances. Hypersensitive reactions can occur that deactivate the immune system.
- Ear – A waxy ear wax, redness, or unusual odor, plus scratching ears
- Face – Redness, scratching, and rubbing
- Feet – Inflammation, brown stains from licking, redness, unusual odor
- Fur – Hair loss and brown stains from licking, consistent scratching
- Skin – Redness, scabs, and unusual odor that could be a result of an infection, plus scratching and licking
40 PERCENT OF ALL PETS ARE AFFECTED BY FLEA ALLERGIES.SKIN ALLERGIES ARE THE SECOND MOST COMMON ALLERGY IN PETS.
These can be seasonal or non-seasonal. Common examples of environmental allergens include chemicals, dander, dust, dust mites, grasses, metals, mold, pollens, trees and weeds.
Between 65-80% (depending on data source) of food allergies are attributable to beef, dairy and wheat allergens. Food allergies involve an immune system reaction, food intolerance does not.
FLEA ALLERGIES (ATOPIC DERMATITIS)
Flea allergies are the most common type of skin allergies in pets. A flea allergy can develop from one flea.
THERE ARE OPTIONS.TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR PET’S ALLERGIES.
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