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- How to reduce exposure to indoor allergensby Nextmune on November 15, 2022 at 10:43 am
When environmental allergy is mentioned, often pollen is the first thing that springs tomind (no pun intended!). You visualise someone suffering from the classic hay fever symptoms during spring or summer; itchy eyes, sneezing and a runny nose, after exposure to whichever tree or plant is their trigger. However, it’s not just outdoor allergens that cause issues for our pets, indoor allergens are actually remarkably common in dogs and cats and can cause serious skin and respiratory problems all year round. Below we discuss the top 5 allergens found indoors and provide practical tips on how to reduce your pet’s exposure to them.
- How to recognise equine summer allergiesby Nextmune on September 23, 2022 at 10:30 am
During the summer months we all get annoyed by flies buzzing around us, or have the odd day when we can’t seem to stop sneezing. For some of us though, when bitten by a midge or mosquito the reaction is much more severe or we struggle without taking medication to control our hay fever symptoms.
- The Allergy threshold in dogs, cats and horsesby Nextmune on July 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 Lifeby Nextmune on March 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 Didby Nextmune on March 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.