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FAQS: YOUR MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS Open expanded article descriptions
Dog Allergy FAQs
Fatty Acids for Healthy Coats FAQs

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Skin & Coat Product Comparison Chart
Relief from itching and scratching from allergies or flea and tick bites is available through oral and topical skin products. This comparison chart lets you make the right choice for your pet's needs.

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Allergic Contact Dermatitis: Does Your Dog Scratch Incessantly?
Find out if your dog's excessive scratching could be Allergic Contact Dermatitis (ACD) or Irritant Contact Dermatitis (ICD).
Allergies: How Veterinarians Test
If your dog or cat seems to be scratching and licking frequently, you should take your pet to a veterinarian in order to determine if it actually is an allergy.
Allergy Signs & Symptoms
Pets who are affected by allergies may suffer their entire lives. We can help alleviate some of that suffering by knowing the signs of allergies and finding the right type of product relief for the symptoms.
Dog Allergy Glossary of Terms
The following is a list of terms veterinarians use - the ABC's of Allergies - which may help you understand your animal's newly diagnosed allergy condition.
Flea Allergy Dermatitis: Sensitivity To Flea Saliva
Fleas are aggravating for any dog, and flea bites can cause severe skin inflammation and itching that can lead to skin infections. Find out what you can do to prevent flea allergy dermatitis.
Flea Bites: Allergic Reactions Can Cause Hot Spots
By preventing the following three factors, you can help protect your dog from developing or worsening hot spots.
Flea Bites: Is your dog allergic?
Despite recent advances in flea control, flea bite allergies still continue to be a common problem.
Hydrocortisone: The Active Ingredient in Itch Stop
Hydrocortisone, the same anti-itch ingredient found in human medications, relieves minor itching in localized areas when you need to take care of your pet's itching immediately.
Pharmacy Spotlight: Otomax® Ointment
Description of prescription medication Otomax® and a success story of one dog who has used the medication to manage ear infections.
Solutions to Your Dog's Itchy Skin
Shampoo therapy for your itching pet.
Topical Lidocaine Benefits
Lidocaine belongs to the family of medicines called local anesthetics. When lidocaine is applied to the skin, it produces pain (and itch) relief by blocking the signals at the nerve endings in the skin.

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Flea Allergy Dermatitis Checklist
Bring this handy checklist to your next veterinarian appointment. Offers an easy visual checklist of your dog’s specific symptoms.

DRS. MEDICAL LIBRARY
IN-DEPTH ARTICLES:
Allergic & Irritant Contact Dermatitis
Allergies & Atopy
Allergies & Scratching
Anaphylaxis
Bacterial Hypersensitivity to Staph Infections
Food Allergies
Hot Spots: Acute Moist Dermatitis
Human Allergies to Dogs
Hypersensitivity
Urticaria (Hives) & Angioedema (Swelling of the Face)
 
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