Posted October 05, 2018 07:02:47 When you get an allergic reaction to all of your dogs, it can be devastating.
So what can you do to keep your dogs from getting all over each other?
Here are some tips to help prevent a potential allergy outbreak.
Down syndrome dogs and other breeds of dogs can get sick with a variety of things, from allergic reactions to respiratory issues, and even heart problems and diabetes.
If you or your dog are allergic to any of these things, you should be aware of them and be ready to respond.
Here are a few things to keep in mind before you get a reaction:If you have an allergy to:Lungs, blood vessels, joints or ligaments, or blood products like corticosteroids or steroids.
Hair, nails or fur from all breeds of dog.
If you or a dog you own is allergic to:Dental floss, dental fillings, dental floss that contains bacteria, or dental fillers.
The flea and tick species responsible for the allergy.
Insects and ticks.
Anything you put into your dog’s food, water, and other foods that are not made with the dog’s natural diet.
What you should not put in your dog:Water from a well.
Food that contains the same kind of food as the dog (poultry, fish, meat, dairy, eggs, grains, fruits).
Bath water or toilet water.
The type of dish your dog enjoys.
The color of your dog.
Cleaning products made with chlorine or bleach.
What your dog should eat:Dog food made with grass-fed or grass-finished beef, chicken, pork, lamb, goat, beef, or turkey.
Dog food that does not contain eggs, milk, honey, soy or dairy products.
Cats or dogs that are fed on grains, legumes, nuts, or seeds.
Coffee, tea or tea products that are non-vegan.
What foods your dog does not eat:Milk and yogurt from dairy cows.
Baked goods that contain artificial sweeteners or colorings.
Beverages, snacks, cereal, crackers, cookies, or candy that contains animal products.
If your dog is allergic:Toes, ears, or nails from all dog breeds.
Toothpaste or mouthwash made with animal ingredients.
The types of food your dog eats.
Your dog’s skin or coat color.
Diseases or allergies to the same thing you have.
Your veterinarian can give you advice on the right foods for your dog, as well as other allergies.
Be sure to contact your veterinarian or your local animal hospital to see if any of the above symptoms may be a sign of an allergic condition.
The more you know about your dog and your allergy, the easier it will be to manage.
You may be able to get some help with managing your allergy if you are already in the medical system.