Dogs will have allergies when some irritant in the environment, their food, or even fleas attacks their body. And some dogs have extreme reactions to allergies. As with any allergy, the first thing you need to do is identify the type of allergy your dog might have. As always, a good place to start is by discussing the allergy with your veterinarian.
The symptoms that usually occur if your dog has allergies
Some of the most common symptoms that your dog has allergies include the following: Itchy, red, moist or scabbed skin; excess scratching, itchy, runny eyes, itchy back or tail, sneezing, itchy ears, diarrhea, paw chewing, constant licking and/or swollen paws. Itchy, red, moist or scabbed skin, itchy, runny eyes, itchy base of tail (usually fleas), itchy ears, ear infections, diarrhea (usually food allergy).
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