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ALLERGIES

We offer in-hospital allergy testing and can provide you with at-home allergen-specific immunotherapy.

Consider speaking with your veterinarian about allergies if your dog suffers from:
* Seasonal or non-seasonal itching, licking, scratching, rubbing.
* Foot licking, face rubbing/scratching.
* Rashes or patchy areas of redness.
* Recurrent ear infections or head shaking.
* Patchy hair loss.

Allergic cats are often very itchy and have skin problems. They also might exhibit some of these symptoms:
* Sneezing, coughing, and wheezing - especially if the cat has asthma.
* Itchy, runny eyes.
* Ear infections.
* Vomiting and diarrhea.
* Snoring caused by an inflamed throat.
* Paw chewing or swollen, sensitive paws.

Fill out the form below at home and bring it with you when you consult with your pet's doctor.

ALLERGIES - PET HISTORY FORM

HANDOUT - Why is my dog so itchy?
* Fleas and Flea Allergy Dermatitis. * What's eating your dog? It could be mites! * Bacterial and Fungal Infections. * Food Allergies. * Atopic Dermatitis.

WHAT IS BOTHERING YOUR CAT?
It could be feline allergies. Like people, our feline friends can develop allergies and might show all kinds of symptoms.

WHY IS MY DOG SO ITCHY?
Itching May Signal Canine Allergies Just as allergies are increasing among humans, veterinarians are also seeing significant increases in allergies in dogs. . . . While people sneeze and wheeze, dogs tend to itch and scratch!

ALLERGIES - BLOG dated 04.08.2016

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