EcoAllergy™ - Anti-Allergy Supplement for Dogs - Vet Organics

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Any drug has the potential for side-effects or allergic reaction. Side-effects refer to the negative effects the drug may have on the body, while allergic reaction describes an immune system response that targets the medication as a threat. While side-effects will be present to a greater or lesser degree in any dog taking the drug, allergic reactions are based on individual sensitivity to a specific medication. Unfortunately, antibiotics cause more allergic responses in dogs than any other group of drugs. Most symptoms are typical of other histamine producing allergies; dogs may develop an itchy rash, and watery eyes or nose. Swelling of the face or even the respiratory tract is possible. In rare cases, dogs can have a severe, life-threatening reaction called anaphylactic shock. This can cause collapse, difficulty breathing and even death.
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Ok, let we said straight out “there is no anti-allergic dogs”. There is many articles on the internet that sad these are top ten, or some, hypoallergenic dogs but that is all based on how much fur that canine shad around. But the truth is that we are allergic on a protein that’s in the saliva and urine of dogs and cats. We’re Currently Selling EcoAllergy™ Anti-Allergy for Dogs & Cats for Just  for the 8-oz Bag
Photo provided by FlickrPrednisone is a very powerful anti-inflammatory drug. Prednisone temporarily blocks the symptoms of allergies in dogs and cats.
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Yucca is a natural anti-inflammatory that helps the immune system function normally. It helps resolve symptoms without side effects common with steroids. Yucca should be given daily for allergies. , a concentrated liquid medication is a powerful product that is safe for cats and dogs with allergies. It can also be given in your pet's food or applied directly to areas of itching skin.Whatever the cause, . In the worst cases, afflicted dogs require strong (and potentially toxic) pharmaceuticals just to get some relief. Though allergies are rarely cured, early identification and intervention can keep them under control, and in some cases, can substantially diminish them.Most allergies develop in the second year of life for dogs. In the first year, the dog will be exposed to many types of allergens primarily through contact with the skin. A smaller number of allergies may be caused by food (usually the protein source) and inhalant (things they breathe in that are in the air). In the second year of life, the dog's immune system will overreact to the antigen(s) causing release of immune cells which release inflammatory substances ( such as histamine) which lead to symptoms of itching. Rarely is a dog allergic to just one thing. Most allergic dogs are born with a less than optimal skin barrier which allows for antigens to enter the skin more easily. Dogs that suffer from allergies have abnormal skin and a less than optimal immune response which allows for secondary infections to occur. Typically, dogs do not suffer from a single allergy, but instead, dogs with sensitivities to allergens have a host of issues. You must understand that dog allergies are due to a complex set of issues that tends to change as the dog's environment changes.However, if you are trying to combat pet allergies, there are a few best practices you can follow when it comes to bathing. "The bath water should be lukewarm for both dogs and cats," recommends Dr. Karen Halligan, director of veterinary services at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Los Angeles (spcaLA) and author of "What Every Pet Owner Should Know: Prescriptions for Happy, Healthy Cats and Dogs." "Never use hot water to bathe your dog, because it can cause the blood vessels to dilate, leading to itchy skin." An anti-dander formula won't necessarily provide an allergy-prone pet owner with any advantages over regular pet shampoo, but generally adopting a regular bathing and grooming regimen may make a difference. This practice may very well result in a less stuffed-up and sneezy owner, and if done correctly, it will almost definitely lead to a happier, healthier pet.