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OTC Allergy & Itch Relief Medications for Dogs

If your pooch has been spending more time scratching than fetching lately, it might be due to allergies. Just like their human companions, canines can become sensitive to allergens in their environment, such as mold or pollen. However, while humans usually experience sneezing, runny noses and watery eyes as allergy symptoms, dog allergies typically present as skin issues. And if left untreated, itchy skin can result in a skin infection, such as a hot spot.

Relieving Allergy Symptoms in Dogs

Over-the-counter dog allergy medicine can take many forms, including sprays, creams, soft chews, and tablets. These OTC medications may work to reduce symptoms by controlling the immune response to allergens. You'll want to consult your veterinarian to determine the best medicine to help alleviate their symptoms. Depending on the severity of your pup’s symptoms, your veterinarian may prescribe a prescription allergy medication, in addition to antibiotic or antifungal medicines to treat secondary skin infections caused by allergies. Depending on whether you’re treating a hot spot or other skin infection, you may consider an e-collar or cone to stop your pup from continuing to lick or bite their irritation while it heals.

FAQs about OTC Allergy & Itch Relief Medications for Dogs

We recommend consulting with your veterinarian to discuss your pup’s symptoms. Before starting any treatments, it’s best to understand any underlying conditions that may impact your dog’s health.

Seasonal allergies are one of the many reasons you may find your dog scratching. Discuss your pup’s symptoms with your veterinarian to determine the best treatment plan based on your dog’s needs.

Itch relief medication can come in many forms including OTC and prescription sprays and lotions. The best itch relief for your pup will depend on the underlying cause. Speak with your veterinarian to discuss your dog’s symptoms and to find an itch relief solution that’s most appropriate for their condition.

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