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Dogs are allergic to food, plants and some other animals. This Presentation gives us information about symptoms and things to which dogs are allergic to. Also it gives an idea about the treatment your dog should be given when allergic. For more information go to link : – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Dogs and the allergies they are prone to


1
Dogs and their Allergies
  • Symptoms and Treatment

By John Reynolds
2
Introduction
  • Just like humans, dogs are allergic to food,
    plants, and some types of other animals.
  • Allergies in dogs function the same as allergies
    in humans
  • The bodys immune system is tasked with getting
    rid of bacteria and viruses.
  • Dogs can suddenly develop allergies to things
    like fur or pollens.
  • It is very difficult to find out whether dog is
    prone to allergies before they occur.
  • Read on for some symptoms of dog allergies

3
Common Things Dogs are Allergic To
  • Dogs can be allergic to plants, trees, and grass
    pollens.
  • Dogs can also be allergic to foods, including
    chicken, soy, beef, and wheat.
  • Dogs are often allergic to cigarette smoke, mold,
    cleaning products, fabrics, and plastics.
  • It is difficult to identify a particular thing
    your dog might be allergic to.
  • Since a dog cannot talk, a dog may never be able
    to communicate about its allergies. This makes it
    difficult to realize what makes your dog feel
    better and what disturbs him.

4
Symptoms of Dog Allergies
  • Some symptoms observed in dogs with allergies
    include
  • Red Eyes
  • Skin Inflammation
  • Itchy Skin
  • Ear Infections
  • Sneezing
  • Swollen Paws
  • Diarrhea or vomiting (in case of food allergies)
  • Breathing Issues

5
Symptoms of Dog Allergies
  • When dogs are allergic to pollens, they often
    lick, bite and scratch themselves.
  • When pollen falls on body, it is absorbed into
    the skin.
  • Extreme allergy responses may lead to hair loss
    and ear infections.

6
Treating Allergies in Dogs
  • If your dog is allergic to any substance, then
    you need to find ways to keep him away from the
    irritant.
  • Dogs with allergies to pollens can may need
    additional precautions, since pollen is very
    pervasive.
  • Give your dog a weekly bath to help remove
    allergens from his body.
  • Clean his bed regularly to keep his home
    environment clean.

7
Treating Allergies in Dogs
  • To prevent your dog from becoming prone to
    allergies, there are natural supplements like
    EcoBalance Anti-Allergy Liquid Concentrate that
    have been manufactured to help deal with dog
    allergies.
  • Saturate your pets fur with a topical spray that
    contains oatmeal extracts and aloe.
  • Give your dog fish oil caplets, which decreases
    inflammation.
  • Wipe your dogs paws with towel to remove pollen
    and dander.

8
EcoBalance Anti-Allergy Liquid Concentrate For
Dogs
  • This natural medicine can be added to your dog
    food.
  • EcoBalance contains herbal ingredients to support
    your dogs immune system.
  • Helps to ease your dogs stressors in a safe and
    natural way.

9
Keep informed
  • Trial and error, as well as self-education can to
    do much to ease your dogs allergy problems.
  • There are many things you can do to mitigate your
    dogs suffering by being observant of his
    environment.
  • If your dog needs intervention and treatment by
    your veterinarian, be sure to share as much
    information as you can about the possible
    triggers for your dogs allergies, in addition to
    what you have tried that seems to work, as well
    as what hasnt worked.

10
Sources
  • http//www.gpb.org/blogs/tails-of-the-city/2013/04
    /12/how-to-help-your-pet-cope-with-pollen-allergie
    s
  • http//www.vet-organics.com/dogs-allergies/
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