Treating Seasonal Dog Allergies the Easy Way

Seasonal allergies in dogs have traditionally been hard to deal with. PointPet supplements can help target allergy symptoms at the source and provide your dog with relief. 

Itchy eyes. Runny nose. Constant sneezing. You know seasonal allergies aren’t fun, but did you know they can affect your dog too? Dogs can be allergic to the same things as humans, and seasonal allergies in dogs can have terrible symptoms. The good news is relief is easier than you might think!

Dog Allergies Are Similar to Human Allergies

Some dogs get allergies just like some humans do. Even though we don’t know why it happens, we do know what causes the symptoms. Allergies happen when the body identifies something harmless as a dangerous invader. Common seasonal dog allergies include pollen, mold, dust, dust mites, fleas, and grass.

To protect the body, the immune system goes into attack mode. That’s why allergy symptoms can be so similar to cold/flu symptoms. As part of the immune response, the body releases histamines, chemicals that cause mucous production, sneezing, and other allergy symptoms.

Symptoms That Your Pup Is Suffering

The most common dog allergy symptoms are itchy skin and itchy ears. If you notice your dog licking and scratching a lot at certain times of the year, they might have allergies.

Dogs with allergies can also get atopic dermatitis, chronic inflammation that makes their skin even itchier. From there, excessive scratching causes hair loss, redness, scabbing, and ear or skin infections. Beyond that, allergies in a dog can also cause:

  • Sneezing
  • Coughing
  • Runny nose
  • Yeast infections
  • Red, swollen, watery eyes

Traditional Allergy Remedies for Dogs

There is allergy medicine for dogs, but you have to get special antihistamines or medications from the vet. Medicated baths can also help to relieve dog allergy symptoms, and steroids can help keep itching under control. There are also allergy shots, but you have to get your dog tested first, and then the vet can create a unique concoction. If your dog ends up with a skin or ear infection, they may need antibiotics or ear drops to control it.

The problem with conventional dog allergy treatments is they’re expensive. You’ll also have to go to the vet a lot, and your pup will usually be on medication.

Helping to Stop Allergies Before They Start

PointPet’s Allergy Plus Calming Formula contains 13 active ingredients that help to combat seasonal, environmental, skin, and food allergies from the inside out. It’s made with premium natural ingredients like colostrum, quercetin, grape seed extract, bromelain, and more. Together, these ingredients support the immune system and may help to maintain normal histamine levels to stop allergic reactions. What’s more, the supplements support skin health while calming and soothing skin issues for a happier, itch-free dog.

Visit PointPet to learn more about how easy it can be to relieve seasonal allergy symptoms and help your dog maintain optimal health.


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