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Posted on 03-09-2017
Spring is a time when many pets have reactions to pollen and other allergens. As a pet owner, it's important to be able to recognize the signs of an allergic reaction. Knowing how to respond to your pet's allergies can help keep your pet safe this spring.
Often, pets will experience mild allergy symptoms including watery eyes, itchy skin, inflamed throat and ear infections. During this time, you may notice your pet scratching, licking, snoring, sneezing and coughing. Sometimes pets experience more severe allergy symptoms including:
In addition, obsessive itching can cause pets to bleed, leading to painful sores and infection in the skin.
At Waldorf Emergency Care, we help pets experiencing allergic reactions. Our capable, experienced Waldorf veterinarians use a variety of techniques to help control symptoms of an allergic reaction in our pet patients.
As your pet's Waldorf veterinarians, we offer emergency care for allergies and other spring time problems. To find out more about how we can help your pet through a medical emergency, contact us at 301-705-9700.
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