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What can I give my dog for seasonal allergies?

As a pet owner, it’s important to be aware of seasonal allergies that may affect your dog. Allergies can cause a variety of symptoms, ranging from skin irritation to sneezing and coughing. If your dog is suffering from seasonal allergies, there are a few things you can do to help provide relief. First, it’s important to visit your veterinarian to get an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. Your vet may recommend medications, such as antihistamines, to help relieve your pet’s symptoms.

Allergies are not the type of thing that you can cure and get rid of permanently. Managing symptoms and avoidance of allergens are the usual treatment plan. There's a few ways you can manage symptoms, based on what they are. Additionally, in some cases, you may want to consider changing your pet’s diet to reduce the amount of allergens they are exposed to. Feeding the highest quality food you can afford is the way to go. The better quality of ingredients that go into a dog food, means the less chemicals and other preservatives being used on the raw ingredients.

You can also purchase special shampoos and wipes that are designed to reduce irritation and itching. If pollen is something that your dog is allergic to, you may want to wipe off his paws after he's been outside.

Another thing that is fairly easy to do is this. You can provide your pet with natural remedies to help reduce their symptoms. For example, you can give your pet a small amount of apple cider vinegar or coconut oil to help reduce inflammation. The thing I've found most effective for this is wild Alaskan sourced salmon and pollock oil. Additionally, you can provide your pet with herbal supplements, such as chamomile or nettle, to help reduce their allergies. This allergy support treat has Raw Rehmannia Root, Scuttellaria, Plantago Seed, Alisma, Gardenia, Gentian, Licorice Root, Bupleurum, Jujube Seed, Angelica Root and Longan Fruit and comes with a money back guarantee. With the right combination of treatments, you can help your pet find relief from their seasonal allergies.

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