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5 Tell-Tale Signs Your Dog Has Seasonal Allergies - And How To Deal With Them

If you have ever suffered from seasonal allergies, you'll know they are a real pain. Whether you have a runny nose, itchy eyes, or endless sneezing & wheezing, summer can be a tough time of year to endure.
Just like their human parents, some dogs suffer from similar seasonal/environmental allergy symptoms. Besides natural, seasonal allergies, chemicals such as those found in household cleaning products, cigarette smoke and certain perfumes can trigger allergies.

If your dog is experiencing any of these symptoms, then they may be suffering from allergies:

  1. Excessive scratching/ itching
  2. Excessive chewing/ biting (of paws or skin)
  3. Excessive licking
  4. Itchy ears
  5. Inflamed and infected skin

    It's important to help identify the trigger causing your pup's reactions and you can take some easy steps to reduce certain issues, these include:

    1. Adapt your daily walk route
    2. Keep surfaces and floors extra clean (pet-friendly products, of course)

    However, like with humans, sometimes extra intervention is required. While your vet may help by giving your dog an antihistamines, they tend to only cover up the symptoms temporarily.

    To provide quick, daily relief AND begin to fix the underlying cause of many allergies (i.e. poor gut health and a weak immune system) we recommend a holistic and natural supplement like our Allergy, Immunity & Gut Health Treats

    These tasty treats are filled to the brim with amazing, allergy busting, immune improving natural ingredients such as: 5-blend probiotics, colostrum, apple cider vinegar, organic turmeric, liquorice root, Alaskan salmon oil & vitamin C.

    If you suspect your doggo is suffering from allergies this summer and are looking for natural relief, give our Allergy, Immunity & Gut Health Treat a try, and let us know what you think!

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