We'd love to see your dog feeling their best and on their A-Game

We'd love to see your dog feeling their best and on their A-Game

Show Us Your Dog’s A-Game brings awareness to how skin issues can affect a dog’s well-being and encourages pet owners to visit their veterinarian, who can provide information about how the right treatment can help bring back their dog’s A-Game.

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Is Fido Off His A-Game?

For many years, steroids or antihistamines were the only treatments for itch relief in allergic dogs. However, steroids can have side effects such as increased drinking, urination and appetite, and antihistamines can cause drowsiness in some dogs.1,2

There is another treatment available that decreases dogs’ itch and desire to scratch, while also reducing skin inflammation or redness.

LEARN ABOUT TREATMENT

Learn more about allergic itch by downloading this infographic. DOWNLOAD

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