Dogs With Allergies:
How To Stop The Itching, Scratching, and Chewing
By Rachele Baker, DVM – As a veterinarian, I see a lot of dogs for clinical signs of allergies including itchiness, secondary skin infections, and/or recurrent ear infections. Dogs can have allergies to many things including fleas, foods, and environmental allergens such as pollen, grasses, and dust mites.
Because I see so many dogs with allergies, it has become a special interest of mine. So I am in the process of writing a book for pet parents entitled Dogs With Allergies: How To Stop The Itching, Scratching, and Chewing. The introduction to the book will discuss the various types of allergies that dogs can have, but the primary focus of the book will be about dogs with allergies to environmental allergens (atopy).
Each chapter of my book will discuss a specific treatment for dogs with allergies including treatments that pet parents can do at home such as omega-3 fatty acid supplementation and treatments performed in connection with a veterinarian such as allergy shots.
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Dog With Allergies: How To Stop The Itching, Scratching, and Chewing,
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