Dogs with allergies develop a hypersensitivity reaction or response to substances for example pollens flea saliva or food with atopy the dogs immune system overreacts to an airborne or inhaled allergen after flea allergy dermatitis fad atopy is the second most common type of allergy in the dog. Allergies may also play a part in chronic ear infections the most common causes of canine allergic dermatitis are flea allergy food allergy inhalant or contact allergy and allergy to the normal bacterial flora and yeast organisms of the skin to make matters more difficult to diagnose and treat thyroid disease may add to the problem as well. Flea allergy dermatitis is the most common allergic skin disease of dogs and cats clinical signs can be seasonal or year round depending on where the animal lives in dogs the classic presentation is a pruritic papular crusted eruption over the dorsal lumbosacral area and caudal aspect of the hindlimbs. Allergic inhalant dermatitis can manifest through the gastrointestinal system but is more commonly diagnosed because of the skin related issues general diagnosis for allergic inhalant dermatitis in your dog is largely based on symptoms typically the veterinarian will first want to rule out any other conditions that may be confused for . Fatty acid supplements can help some dogs with their atopy medicated shampoos help some dogs manage the signs of their allergic dermatitis allergy injections can be used in dogs if allergy testing has confirmed the substances to which the dog is allergic the dogs owner will be taught to give the injections at home and the course will last
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