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Pet Dermatology Treats Pets With Allergies & Skin Conditions

Tuesday, August 06, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Janice Kim
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Pets that are excessively scratching, itching or biting their skin may be suffering from one or more allergies, according to Wadsworth Animal Hospital. Pets are allergic to many of the same allergens that trigger problems in humans, including tree pollen, ragweed pollen, dust mites and molds. Some pets are also highly allergic to fleas; a single fleabite can trigger an allergic reaction lasting up to two weeks. Failure to promptly treat allergies can lead to secondary skin conditions, including bacterial infections. Veterinarians with experience in pet dermatology have the experience and training necessary to correctly identify skin problems…

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