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Skin Disease Due to Food...

Dermatologic food reactions are non-seasonal reactions which occur following ingestion of one or...

Allergies and your cat!

There are many common causes of allergies in cats, including food and fleas. Allergic reactions in...

How to Combat Your Allergy...

Fortunately, there are ways to manage pet allergies that don’t involve sending your pet away.

Flea Control and Flea Bite Allergies in Cats

Flea bite hypersensitivity or flea allergic dermatitis is very common in cats. In fact, it is the most common skin disease to be diagnosed in pets.

Pet Allergies to Foods, Part 2: Therapeutic Considerations and...

Therapy for food allergies doesn’t stop at food changes. See what else a veterinarian has to say about it.

Cats and Allergies

The fleas are out in full force. Plants are blooming. Pollen is flying. And your cat may be suffering from allergies.

What is the Best Dog Food for Dogs with Food Allergies?

In order to identify what is the best food for dogs with food allergies you must first understand what are food allergies and what causes them.

Sophie’s choice: Cats vs. allergies and asthma

I suffer from allergies and mild asthma related to cat dander, dust mites, exercise, and cold, dry air. Though these allergies manifest relatively mildly as sniffling, tightness in the chest and reduced lung capacity, they play an active role in my active, cardio-infused existence. And, yes, working and living with cats makes it...

Pets and their People's Allergies

You can't stop sneezing, but it's not a cold. It’s the animal hair, they say. But the truth is more complex.

Flea Allergy Dermatitis in Dogs

Flea allergy dermatitis a big cause of itching in dogs. An infestation of fleas is not needed; it only takes one flea to start the itching and scratching.

Can People with Allergies Have Pets?

Can your allergies keep you from owning a pet? Are there remedies? Find out.

Allergies to Cats

Many people are allergic to cats. It was once thought that these people were allergic only to dander and cat hair, however, it is now believed that these people might actually be allergic to protein particles that are found in various body fluids such as saliva, sweat (and yes, cats can sweat) and urine.

The Cat or You? Coping with Pet Allergies

"When my doctor told me my itchy, swollen eyes and stuffy nose were an allergic reaction to my new cat, Munchkin, I was shocked. And then he told me it was either my health or the cat!"

Allergies In Veterinary Medicine

Vets retire all the time. But did you know sometimes it's because of increasingly unmanageable allergies to cats?

Food Allergy Myths for Dogs

Allergies are a common problem for dogs. But is the predominance of food allergies overstated?

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