Dogs with allergies may show the following symptoms:

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Your vet may also refer you to a veterinary dermatologist for more extensive testing. If you’ve ever had allergy tests yourself, this should all be very familiar, as the process for dogs is a lot like the one for humans! The dermatologist will conduct an intra-dermal allergy test (similar to the human “scratch test”) or blood tests to identify allergens.
Regardless of where your dog lives, it’s still possible for him to develop year-round allergies.
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It's not the dog's or fur that's the real problem. Instead, people are usually allergic to the dander -- flakes of dead skin -- as well as the and urine. So, no matter how long or short the , any dog can potentially cause an . Of course, the cat might always be faking an allergy in hopes you'll get rid of the dog.
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Photo provided by FlickrDoes your dog suffer from allergies, itchy skin, chewed up feet or gooey ears?
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The sad news is that there is no cure for allergies in dogs and cats. There are, however, ways to decrease allergen exposure and to address allergy symptoms in pets. Dogs tend to be more susceptible to an attack of allergic bronchitis after exertion. The wheezing that is the distinguishing symptom of this disorder is usually followed by a dry, hacking cough. Although mucus may be present in the bronchial tubes, the cough is non-productive. The continuing cough often causes the airways to constrict further, which restricts the amount of air entering the lungs, causing exhaustion and loss of appetite. If the lack of oxygen continues long enough, the gums will turn blue. When this occurs, the situation is life-threatening, and your pet needs emergency intervention.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.Dog allergies can happen just like in their human companions. These allergies usually manifest themselves as skin conditions. What this will do is provoke the immune system of the dog to overreact in the form of a number of different symptoms, most notably a skin irritation. Unfortunately, allergies are becoming more common every day just as they are with humans.An allergy to carrots is an over-reaction of your dog's immune system to an unwelcome protein that is present in the carrots themselves. As with any food related allergy, a diet containing carrots can be problematic if your pet has a sensitivity to them.Skin irritation from allergies is fairly easy to identify. Some of the symptoms are redness, itching, hair loss and recurring skin infections from the . The dog may begin to scratch himself more thus bringing on the skin problems.