Yes, dogs can get springtime allergies just like humans. Trees, grasses, and weeds pollen typically cause Springtime dog allergies. Allergies are common in dogs, and seasonal allergies are among the most common.
Symptoms of springtime allergies in dogs can include:
• Itching, scratching and biting at the skin
• Red, irritated, or inflamed skin
• Runny eyes or nose
• Ear infections
If you suspect that your dog has springtime allergies, you should consult with your veterinarian. Your veterinarian may recommend allergy testing to determine the specific allergens causing your dog's symptoms. Treatment for springtime dog allergies may include antihistamines, corticosteroids, or immunotherapy (allergy shots). Sometimes, your veterinarian may also recommend changes to your dog's diet or environment to help manage their allergies.
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