Dealing with your dog's allergies
Just like with humans, your dog can have allergies too. Most commonly they can be split into three groups: skin allergies, food allergies and environmental allergens. Whilst the symptoms from these differ depending on the allergen as well as each dog, there are a few ways you can help them deal with it. Firstly, find out what the allergy is to and try to limit their exposure to it. This may mean avoiding certain foods, making sure they fur is free from fleas or reducing dust around the house.
If the allergen is something that can’t necessarily be avoided (such as pollen), then you can try fortifying your pooch from within. This can include strengthening their immune system, maintaining proper skin moisture, reinforcing respiratory health and providing internal allergy support. If your pooch suffers from serious allergies, this can be done through your vet, but if you don’t want to go down that route quite yet it can be hugely beneficial to provide the right nutrients, vitamins and minerals in their diet to help.
Have you tried time and time again to feed your dog a pill, just for them to spit it out? For those answering yes to that question, there is a pet-friendly way to give your dog the nutrition it needs without having to provide it in a pill. Allergy Aid for Dogs comes in delicious soft chew forms that are easy to give your dog and are so yummy they’re a treat they’ll enjoy! To use, simply give your dog the correct number of soft chews dependant on their size. The daily amount can be divided between morning and afternoon if preferred.
(up to 9kg)
Potato Flake, Brewer’s Yeast, Glycerine, Full Fat Linseed, Rapeseed Oil, Fish Oil Powder, Maltodextrin, Tapioca, Pumpkin Seed Powder (0.8%).Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Turmeric Root, Grape Seed Extract, Quercetin, Pumpkin Powder, Bromelain, EPA & DHA.