Thursday, July 2, 2015

10 signs of seasonal allergies in pets

Spring is the season for allergy flare-ups for many humans, but what about for pets? Dogs can also suffer from seasonal allergies, exhibiting droopy, goopy eyes and itchy, red paws.

10 signs of seasonal allergies in pets

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Spring is the season for allergy flare-ups for many humans, but what about for pets? Dogs can also suffer from seasonal allergies, exhibiting droopy, goopy eyes and itchy, red paws. If you're not sure whether a pooch has an issue like this, check out the following 10 signs of skin or allergy problems:

  • Constant paw licking
  • Rubbing body against objects/floor
  • Excessive scratching or chewing fur
  • Hair loss
  • Change in odor
  • Redness of fur and skin rashes
  • Flaky or greasy coat
  • Drippy eyes
  • Runny nose
  • Increased sneezing and wheezing

While it's true that a variety of illnesses can cause these symptoms, if you see several of them at the same time, now is a good time to take your pet to the vet to get checked for a clean bill of health!

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