Cat and Dog Allergy Treatment in Nashua, NH
Did you know pets can have allergies, just like people can? If your pet’s been itching and scratching a lot lately, or if you’ve noticed bald or red spots on his skin, your pet might have an allergy. All Pets Veterinary Hospital wants your companion to live a comfortable, allergy-free life, which is why we offer dog and cat allergy treatments here in Nashua. With these services, we can diagnose and treat a wide range of skin conditions, including allergies, bacterial infections, lick granulomas, and hot spots.
Before we can effectively treat your pet’s skin condition, we need to first obtain an accurate diagnosis and determine the cause of the condition. A typical pet dermatology visit at our Nashua animal hospital involves a discussion with you about your pet’s symptoms, followed by a thorough examination. If necessary, we can perform a diagnostic test, including skin scraping, culture, and biopsy.
Depending on our findings, we’ll develop a treatment plan to meet your pet’s specific needs, whether it involves supplements, using a medicated shampoo, or taking medication. For hard-to-manage allergy cases, we also offer Advanced Allergy Therapeutics.
Advanced Allergy Therapeutics (AAT)
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AAT is a treatment option that involves the study of allergens, and it’s been clinically proven to relieve various symptoms associated with skin sensitivities and allergies. This treatment cannot diagnose or cure an allergy, but it CAN provide long-term relief from symptoms by determining the possible causes of stress on the body. Some of the conditions that AAT can treat are:
- Chronic ear infections
- Chronic vomiting
Does My Dog or Cat Have Allergies?
Since some allergy symptoms are more apparent than others, the answer to this question isn’t always obvious. The following list provides some of the most common symptoms that are associated with allergies in dogs and cats:
- Excessive scratching and face rubbing
- Excessive licking of feet, legs, and abdomen
- Hair loss
- Biting or chewing at the skin
- Frequent skin infections
- Recurrent ear infections
- Chronic anal sac problems
Put an end to your pet’s allergy discomfort, and schedule an appointment at All Pets Veterinary Hospital today by calling 603-882-0494.