Lick and a dog may uprise itchy feet that cause him to bite, while turf pollen may cause a person to sneeze and have watery eyes. Chances are your dog has a seasonal pollen allergy, if you see symptoms solely during certain times of the year. Why does it happen? Your dog's overreactive immune system is attempting to rid itself of something it inaccurately considers dangerous. Sneezing and While dogs can develop watery eyes, the most obvious allergy symptom is scratching. Dogs tend to have more complex allergy symptoms than people do. And raised welts, continuous scratching may lead to loss of hair, open sores. It creates uncomfortable "hot spots" on the skin which can become infected.
But if your dog is scratching himself, sneezing or have a watery eyes, it is most likely the allergy. His friend belongs to hypoallergenic dogs breed. Is lucky, illinois, the owner of Chip from Lynwood.
To prevent severe allergy problems, veterinarians recommended the antihistamine to help relieve symptoms. If the medication doesn't help, the dog might be given shots that may help pet grow a resistance to pollen.
Another way to help your dog is to install fake grass. Synthetic turf eliminates grass pollen and helps to keep dog's paws dry and tidy under any weather conditions. Synthetic turf doesn't fade under the sun, does not get burnt from dog's urine, and can cut back pollen exposure to dogs with allergic reactions.
Most paws attract pollen that accumulates and give adverse health effects. Often the dog's allergies can be prevented if you can keep his or her paws clean and dry.