5 Herbal Solutions for Dogs with Allergies

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Herbal Relief for Dog Allergies – Naturally!


Identify The Cause 

 Dogs, just like people, can have seasonal or food allergies. Symptoms of seasonal allergies include sneezing, coughing, runny eyes, yeast infections, and skin irritations. Food allergies can also cause skin irritations or excessive licking. Whether the issue is seasonal, or food-related, getting to the root cause is crucial to overcoming the symptoms!


Top 10 Dog Allergies

 Dog allergies are more common than you may think, and a variety of factors can be the culprit. Here are the top 10 types of dog allergies to look out for:

  1. Flea allergies: Flea bites can cause an allergic reaction in some dogs, leading to intense itching and discomfort.
  2. Food allergies: Dogs can be allergic to certain ingredients in their food, such as beef, dairy, wheat, or soy.
  3. Environmental allergies: Dogs can be allergic to pollen, dust mites, mold, and other environmental factors.
  4. Contact allergies: Dogs can develop allergies to certain fabrics, cleaning products, or grooming products.
  5. Inhalant allergies: Dogs can be allergic to airborne allergens such as pollen, dust, and mold spores.
  6. Skin allergies: Dogs can develop allergies that manifest on their skin, causing redness, itching, and inflammation.
  7. Ear allergies: Dogs can be allergic to certain substances that come into contact with their ears, leading to ear infections and discomfort.
  8. Eye allergies: Dogs can develop allergies that affect their eyes, causing redness, discharge, and irritation.
  9. Medication allergies: Dogs can be allergic to certain medications or treatments, leading to adverse reactions.
  10. Seasonal allergies: Dogs can experience allergies that flare up during certain times of the year, such as spring or fall.


Foods To Avoid with Skin Allergies 

 To help with your dog's skin allergies, avoid high-allergen foods such as chicken, beef, dairy, wheat, soy, corn, and eggs. Choose hypoallergenic dog food with limited ingredients and free from allergens. You can also add supplements like omega-3 fatty acids and probiotics to support skin health and reduce inflammation.


Top Natural Allergy Relief For Dogs

1) Rehmannia – a great herb for itching, dermatitis, and rashes. It is anti-inflammatory, has diuretic properties, protects the liver, and contains vitamins A, B, C, and D.

2) Nettle – Nettle can help diminish allergy symptoms and is anti-inflammatory and a natural diuretic. It also contains vitamins C, B2, K, and E.

3) Burdock Root – Burdock is a blood cleanser and stimulates kidney function. It is a great antioxidant and anti-inflammatory herb that also contains vitamins C, K, and B9.

4) Turmeric – Turmeric increases liver-cleansing functions. As a result, it helps the liver to dispose of toxins. Contains B and C vitamins.

 These herbs in conjunction with a blend of other beneficial herbs can be found in our #27 Liver Support for Dogs and our #34 AL-R-G Support for Dogs 

5) Coconut Oil –Coconut oil is a natural allergy relief for dogs that can provide several benefits. It can help reduce itchiness in the skin by decreasing yeast production due to the presence of lauric acid, which has anti-fungal properties. This can contribute to healthy skin and reduce allergic reactions. Additionally, coconut oil can aid in digestion and boost the immune system, making it a great supplement for your furry friend.

 Coconut oil, along with other skin and body-supporting oils, such as Vitamin E, can be found in our #44 Hemp Seed Coconut Oil for Dogs.


 Herbal remedies can relieve your dog's allergies without causing harmful side effects that synthetic medications may cause, including added stress to the liver!

 By using natural remedies, you can feel good about treating your dog and your dog can feel good too!

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