Did you know that most allergies in our pets are not food related, but in fact come from environmental impacts?
In the home, things like dust and dust mites, cigarette smoke, and fleas can trigger an allergic reaction. While outside, yard chemicals, tree pollens, molds, and fungi outdoors can be triggers.
Allergies can be a challenge to identify, can come on very suddenly and can appear after repeated exposure. They can be difficult, if not impossible to cure, but by understanding the triggers, avoiding them and then understanding how to treat and support allergic reactions when and if they happen can help your pet move through the effects of a reaction.
Find out more about allergies and sensitivities.