Does My Pet Have A Food Allergy?Pet Care Tips < 1 min read
Listing The 10 Most Common Pet Symptoms
Runny eyes, itchy skin, sneezing… Food allergy symptoms in pets are much like the symptoms experienced by their human companions. The good news is that there are a variety of food options available for allergic pets and many natural pet products like Milk Thistle and Tripsy that can help to ease your pet’s symptoms and detoxify an overwhelmed system.
Some signs that your pet may have a food allergy include:
- Frequent or constant licking
- Swollen paws/ paw chewing
- Itchy ears/ ear infections
- Increased scratching
- Runny eyes
- Red or scabbed skin
- Itchy base of tail
If your pet has any of these symptoms, trying a new food containing a different protein or carbohydrate source is an excellent first step in treating an allergy. Introducing a Milk Thistle or Tripsy supplement into your pet’s regime can help to detoxify the liver and kidneys and clear away any toxins produced from allergic inflammation.
Diagnosing your pet’s allergy and treating their symptoms can make an enormous improvement in your pet’s quality of life. So don’t be surprised if after a little TLC, your dog or cat starts exhibiting new symptoms: like frequent tail wagging, excess kisses or loud purring.
Published: January 8, 2013