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5 Common Springtime Dog Allergens

If your pup suffers from Spring allergies, this time of year can be miserable.  Just like many people suffer, dogs can too!  Some of the most common Spring allergens are:

Dust and mold spores
Tree, grass and weed pollen that's inhaled
Flea bites
Cleaning products
Feathers and dander

Common Symptoms of Dog Allergies:
Chewing on themselves (especially paws)
Irritated skin
Rubbing their face on carpeting or furniture
Goopy eyes
Red, irritated ears
Loss of hair
Stomach upset


  1. Hi Y'all!

    I've been tested and I'm allergic to grass and cottonwood. I have to take pills and regular shots to control the itchin'. I've been on this regimen since I was almost 2 years old. I'm 9 now. I get my eyes treated 3 times a day, at least. Knowing you have allergies, you need a human prepared to treat them if you want to stay comfy.

    Thanks for stoppin' by, y'all come on back,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  2. Only thingie we get is the ear rubbing on stuffs.....but we gots ear drops for that, once a month is all we need!

    The Mad Scots

  3. Luckily we do not have allergies. Crossing our paws!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  4. It's good to know the signs to watch for and take action promptly.

    Great news about the puppy! I'm looking forward to hearing more. Feel free to ask if you have any questions - I'll try to help!

  5. I have such an eveil allergy thingy... it's a kind of evergreen plant what I used as a pee tree :o(
    easy rider


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