Seasonal and environmental allergies can have a significant impact on the well-being of our beloved pets. Understanding the causes behind these allergies is crucial for pet owners to provide appropriate care and support. In this blog post, we will explore the key factors that contribute to seasonal and environmental allergies in pets, maintaining an educational yet approachable tone. Here are the causes of seasonal and environmental allergies in pets.
Ear infections are a common problem; it is estimated that 20% of dogs have some form of ear disease or issue. Read on to learn how to identify ear infections in your pet!
Hot Spots are also called acute moist dermatitis, which are localized areas of skin inflammation and bacterial infection. They are typically well-defined areas of redness, swelling and hair loss.
Itchy skin is one of the most common issue pet owners face whether you have a cat, dog, bird or rodent. Learn how Silver Honey soothes itchy, irritated skin and heals it fast.
Scratching, head-shaking, icky discharge, bad odor, red swollen ears – all can be signs of an infection. Keeping those ears clean is the best preventative step to take. But did you know that certain breeds of dogs are more prone to ear infections than others? Learn more here!
To ensure that the fun continues, just like with humans, it is important to keep in mind some water safety tips for your dogs.