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Dog Allergy:Causes, Treatment, and Related Symptoms

Dog Medicine
Allergy is an abnormal increase in the sensitivity of the organism to some drugs or external stimuli, which is an allergic reaction of the body. Certain pollens, foods, drugs, insect bites, and ultraviolet plastic bowls can cause allergic reactions in dogs. These allergens can cause asthma, rhinitis, conjunctivitis or rash in dogs, and severe allergies can lead to shock and even death.

Causes of Dog Allergy

The dog's sensitivity to certain drugs or external stimuli is abnormally increased, and the body's allergic reaction.

Dog Allergy symptoms

The symptoms may vary depending on where the dog is exposed to the allergen and where it is exposed. The main symptoms were allergic rhinitis, allergic asthma, allergic gastroenteritis, eczema, macules, atopic dermatitis, skin redness, swelling and itching, and even shock and death.

Diagnostic criteria For Dog Allergy

According to the history of allergen exposure and clinical symptoms of the affected dogs.

Dog Allergy Treatment

Desensitization therapy can be used for allergic dogs, such as antihistamines, blockers of allergic reaction mediators, calcium or immunosuppressants, combined with symptomatic treatment.