How to stop allergies in dogs?

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How to Help Your Dog Deal with Seasonal Allergies

  1. Adapt your daily walk routine. If possible, avoid walking your dog in the early morning or late afternoon, when pollen levels are typically highest…
  2. Clear the air… and other surfaces…
  3. Don't sleep on it…
  4. Jump in the bath…
  5. Supplement your dog's diet…
  6. Further treatments.
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Use HEPA air cleaners throughout the rest of the home, and avoid dust-and-dander-catching furnishings such as cloth curtains and blinds and carpeted floors.

Clean frequently and thoroughly to remove dust and dander, washing articles such as couch covers and pillows, curtains, and pet beds.

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Pet Allergy Management and Treatment

  1. Avoid being around dogs and cats; if you have a pet at home, take specific steps to limit exposure.
  2. Nasal sprays, antihistamines and bronchodilators can help relieve symptoms.
  3. Consider allergy shots (immunotherapy).
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Pet Allergy Management and Treatment

  1. Avoid being around dogs and cats; if you have a pet at home, take specific steps to limit exposure.
  2. Nasal sprays, antihistamines and bronchodilators can help relieve symptoms.
  3. Consider allergy shots (immunotherapy).
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Some dogs are allergic to flea saliva.

Environmental allergens, such as dust, pollen, and mold, can cause an atopic allergic reactions or atopic dermatitis.

In most cases, these allergies are seasonal, so you may only notice your dog itching during certain times of the year.

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Skin infections can also occur.

Less often, dogs with atopic dermatitis have other signs of "allergies" including runny eyes or nose.

The signs usually start when the dog is 1 to 5 years old.

Unlike many people, dogs do not "grow out" of their allergies – so treatment is almost always recommend.

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If your nose runs or you start sneezing and wheezing after petting or playing with a dog, you may be allergic to dogs. Dogs produce multiple allergens, or proteins that can cause allergy. These allergens are found in dog hair, dander, saliva and urine.
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