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Nextmune PET PARENT Our dedicated blog for pet owners contains the latest innovations in allergy, dermatology and specialized nutrition.

  • The Allergy threshold in dogs, cats and horses
    by Nextmune on Luglio 1, 2022 at 9:45 am

    This blog aims to explain what is happening to your pet’s immune system when they are exposed to something they are allergic to. Understanding how this works should help you feel more in control of managing their condition.

  • Allergy Testing Changed This Dog Actor’s Quality Of Life
    by Nextmune on Marzo 12, 2021 at 9:59 pm

    When Nicole Ellis spotted Maggie at a Los Angeles shelter – an incredible adventure began.

  • Yes, Dogs Can Have Allergies—These 6 Pups Did
    by Nextmune on Marzo 12, 2021 at 9:49 pm

    Any breed of dog can have allergies – from terriers to sheepdogs and everything in between. In fact, more pups are affected than you might expect. For starters, more than 30% of all skin irritations in dogs and cats can be attributed to allergies. And last year we allergy tested more than 27 thousand pets from 59 different countries.

  • House dust mite allergy and its solution
    by Nextmune on Febbraio 18, 2021 at 4:32 pm

    Allergen levels  in house dust mite allergy are at their highest between May and October, the peak breeding season of house dust mites. Most of the mites die during the winter, but the allergen-containing dust is stirred up by heating systems. This often causes the symptoms experienced by affected patients year-round to worsen during the winter.

  • 10 tips to reduce exposure to house dust mites
    by Nextmune on Febbraio 18, 2021 at 4:32 pm

    To successfully treat allergy or atopy in dogs, cats and horses, a multi-modal approach is often required. This includes environmental control, topical control, systemic treatment and allergen-specific immunotherapy. Although environmental control is just one part of the multifaceted treatment, there are a number of measures that can be taken.