<p><span style="font-weight: 400;">Notice your dog itching a lot? Licking their paws after a long walk? They could have seasonal allergies! Mold, pollen, grass - you name it! Just like us, our pup counterparts can suffer from the dreaded seasonal allergies. Thankfully, there are tell-tale signs to spot it and some expert advice on how to combat it. Itchy pups no more!</span></p>
Tell tale signs
Allergy and fear can sometimes be tricky to spot in fearless furry friends. We’ve compiled some of the typical signs you should watch to assess where your dog lies on the [Dandy Allergy Scale].
Trembling, tail-tucking, hiding, whale-eyes, yawning, reduced activity and passive escape behavior
Obsessive licking or biting their own skin which can lead to sores and lesions
Signs may include panting and drooling, pacing, active escape behavior, crying, shaking
Tail-chasing and circling
Diarrhea or increased urination
Breeds that are Most Likely to Suffer from Allergy
Siberian Husky, German Shorthaired Pointer, Greyhound, Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Bernese Mountain Dog, Great Pyrenees, Border Collie and Standard Poodle,
Being forced into an unfamiliar and frightening experience.
Being deprived of social and environmental exposure until 14 weeks of age.
Phobias and panic:
History of not being able to escape or get away from the stimulus causing the phobia and panic, such as being locked in crate.
History of abandonment, having multiple owners over time, being rehomed or experiencing prior neglect are all common sources; the condition may be perpetuated if the dog has been repeatedly abandoned or rehomed because they have separation allergy.
treats for Allergies
Free & Clear
Pre + Probiotics to support a healthy digestive system.
A blend of hemp and curcumin to tame stress and inflammation throughout the body
A twin boost of omega-3 and -6 for a shiny coat and healthy joints.
tips & tricks
Team Dandy on Managing Allergy
Vet Tip 1: Regular exercise and stimulation keep your dog’s mind busy and will help them burn oﬀ energy and rid them of lingering get rid of pent up stress.
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