Notice excessive scratching, sneezing or just general discomfort in your pup? These signs can all point to fall allergies in dogs.
Benadryl is an antihistamine that can help your dog with a number of health conditions.
It's time for your crash course on Cat Allergy Medicine 101.
It's time for your crash course on Dog Allergy Medicine 101.
There's no way I'll let sniffles and sneezes get between me and my kitties. These three life hacks help me cope.
You read that right: I’ve been a cat veterinarian for 25 years, and I have severe cat allergies. Here’s how I live and work among cats—and manage my cat allergy symptoms.
Just like humans, dogs require a well-balanced diet to keep them healthy and active. Imagine how susceptible to illness you could be if you cut natural vitamins out of your diet, or how little energy you’d have if you cut out power-boosting foods that are high in protein.
Do you think your pup is suffering from dog food allergies? Find out what the common symptoms are, how to diagnose your dog’s food allergies and how you can treat him.
Can dogs have allergies? Yes, just like humans, canines can suffer from dog allergies of their own. Here’s everything you need to know about symptoms, dog allergy testing and treatment.
Horse allergies are a common complaint among equestrians. Meet two riders who are living proof that there are ways to manage symptoms and enjoy allergy-free days at the barn.
Common allergens and health conditions that rabbits face.
Cat and Dog Food Allergy Symptoms and Solutions
Seasonal allergies can affect our pets, too. Learn the symptoms of cat and dog allergies and how to help treat them.
An allergic reaction to dogs or cats is no fun. Use this guide to find out six ways to reduce pet dander and lower the intensity of your allergies.
Do you have an itchy dog? Is the dog scratching driving you crazy? Here's how to help.
Are worried that your pet is suffering from environmental cat allergies or dog allergies? Learn more about cat and dog seasonal allergies so you can keep your pet healthy and happy.
It’s the middle of the night, and you’re awakened by the sound of your dog scratching—again. The constant scratching and licking is enough to drive you nuts, but imagine what it’s doing to your poor dog.
If you have a sick dog, determining the root of the problem isn’t always easy. If everything else in your pup’s daily lifestyle has remained constant, a recent change in his diet could be the source; and if so, you’ll need to determine whether or not your pup is experiencing a food allergy, or a food intolerance. Both are considered to be food aversions, however they come about for very different reasons.