6 Dog Allergy Drug Alternatives That Are Better For Your Fur Baby
As a holistic health expert and dog lover, I know how important it is for your furry friend to live a comfortable and healthy life.
Unfortunately, dealing with dog allergies can be a challenging task, especially when it comes to finding the right medication. Drugs often create dependence and may not be easy to take your dog off of.
The good news is that there are alternatives available that can significantly reduce and even fix your dog's underlying allergies.
Here are 6 alternatives to dog allergy drugs that are better for your fur baby:
- Addressing Environmental Allergens:
If your dog suffers from allergic dermatitis, addressing environmental allergens is a good place to start. By reducing your dog's contact with known allergens like grass, using high-powered air purifiers indoors, and changing HVAC filters frequently, you can significantly reduce symptoms. In more severe cases, immunotherapy may be an effective option.
- Changing Your Dog's Diet:
Food sensitivities and intolerances can also lead to red and itchy skin in dogs. If you believe your dog's dermatitis is caused by something in their food, an elimination diet may be your best option to find relief. You can remove all possible allergens from your dog's diet and then slowly reintroduce foods one at a time after symptoms have resolved. Look for a limited-ingredient diet that contains only one protein and one starch. In addition, changing your dog's food to one that contains multiple quality named animal ingredients and is free from filler ingredients can also make a huge difference in the health of your dog's skin and coat.
- Ruling Out Infections and Parasites:
Flea allergies and mange (caused by mites) are most common in dogs and can be easily missed during vet visits. Blood tests that detect antibodies can help diagnose infections and parasites that cause allergic reactions in your dog.
Fish oil and digestive enzyme / probiotic blends made specifically for dogs can help relieve itch and improve overall skin and coat health. Yucca and quercetin are also great natural alternatives to expensive dog allergy meds.
- Topical Remedies:
Coconut oil, green tea, chamomile tea, baking soda, oatmeal, and apple cider vinegar are all-natural anti-inflammatory products that can be used to soothe your dog's itchy skin. These remedies can be mixed with water for a therapeutic soak or applied directly to the skin.
- Ultimate Dog CHIRP Superfood Topper for Dog Allergies:
Ultimate Dog CHIRP Superfood Topper for Dog Allergies is a revolutionary new organic ingredient food topper designed to address dog allergies from the inside out by healing your dog's digestive tract. With probiotics, digestive enzymes, reishi mushrooms, and other natural ingredients, CHIRP is an effective alternative to potentially dangerous dog allergy drugs. CHIRP is made with only the highest quality human-grade ingredients and is free from artificial flavors and preservatives. Try CHIRP today to help your furry friend live a comfortable and healthy life.
In summary, if you ever want your dog to live a life free from painfully itchy skin and free from costly and sometimes dangerous medications, you have to figure out why the symptom exists in the first place.
By following these 6 alternatives to dog allergy drugs, you can help your furry friend lead a comfortable and healthy life.
So, consider these natural remedies to see what works best for your furry friend, and remember to try the Ultimate Dog CHIRP Superfood Topper for Dog Allergies!
Daiva Rizvi, NC, CHom
Co-Founder and Formulator
Ultimate Dog – Maximize The Happiness!