Like humans, dogs can be allergic to anything. For example, hay fever or dust. In fact, four-legged friends can also be allergic to humans. What this means and how to tell if your dog is allergic to you.
Cold nose, watery eyes, and itching are also common symptoms of dog allergies. Skin irritation and hair loss are especially indicative of an allergic reaction. And, among other things, you could be the reason.
You read that right, your four-legged friends may also be allergic to humans, more precisely to dead skin cells. Microscopic particles swirl in the air and are absorbed by our animals when they breathe – by the way.
Allergy Symptoms in Dogs
- runny nose
- watery eyes
- to scratch
- excessive licking
- crusted skin
- bald spots from scratches
As soon as you notice allergy symptoms in your dog, you should take him to the vet to find out the exact cause of the problem. Often animals are allergic not to one, but to several things. An allergy test can provide information and subsequent immunotherapy can help.