Dog allergies--what causes their reactions?
If you're like me, you dread the spring and summer whenever you have to be outside. It's nice to have the fresh air and to feel the breeze going through my bald hair (ha!). However, sometimes, it's not worth the itchiness, sneezing, or all of the other things associated with allergies. We, as humans, aren't the only beings to experience this unfortunate side effect of existing, however. Perhaps your dog may have allergies. I don't have a product to sell you for dog allergies, but I want to see if I can help. If you are interested in training your dog, regardless of whether or not they suffer from allergies, you can see my dog training page.
Regardless of whether your canine experiences food hypersensitivities, ecological sensitivities, or skin-contact sensitivities, the final product is the same–an entirely hopeless pooch. Runny eyes, nasal release, itchy ears, paw licking, and irritation are on the whole indications proposing a hypersensitivity. Despite the kind of sensitivity your canine experiences, it's activated by an overcompensation of your pooch's resistant framework. Fundamentally, the dog's body overcompensates to specific substances that are either ingested, breathed in, or interact with the skin. To battle those substances, the pooch's body produces antibodies that cause individual cells to discharge histamine. Histamine is, at last, what assumes the most significant job in setting off the fiery reaction found in our four-legged friends.
Tomorrow, I'll continue with more information for you. I hope that all you pet owners out there find some of this helpful as I try to help dog owners have smarter, happier, healthier pets.