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Don't let allergies slow your dog down this season. Whether food, parasites, or inhalants are to blame, make sure your dog is at full speed this season.
Dermatitis is a chronic disease that results in skin inflammation that can show up in dogs as well as cats. Food allergies is most often found to be the reason behind your dog or cat's itchy and irritated skin.
Dogs that are diagnosed with a food allergy will need dietary changes to track down the cause of the allergy, and determine new options. The main options your vet will recommend are a novel protein diet or an hypoallergenic diet. So what are these?
Pruritus is not a disease; rather it’s a sign that your pet is suffering from one or more medical conditions that cause severe itchiness. The most common cau…
An urgent need to scratch is the number one identifiable sign of pruritus. In some cases, cats and dogs might have mild pruritus with little impact on their overal…
Scratching, chewing, licking, rubbing. All dogs do this a little, but if it's more than the usual, you should make sure it's not pruritus.
Flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) is the most common skin condition in dogs. Dogs can develop this allergy as early as their first year, and it most commonly starts when dogs are youn…
Fleas are parasites that subside on the blood of mammals like dogs and cats, though they can live on other host animals as well. They have a life cycle of abou…
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