It May Be Time to See the Veterinarian.
Is your dog frequently licking, chewing, rubbing, scooting, or scratching? Don’t wait—make an appointment with your vet and check it out.
Antihistamines and OTCs May Not Be the Best Options for Allergic Itch
Hear what these dog owners tried.
Prescription Treatment May Be the Answer.
Allergic itch is an urgent medical condition that needs proven treatment and is easier to manage when it’s caught early. Waiting too long to treat can sometimes result in complications, like skin and ear infections.
Don’t wait, make an appointment with your vet today.
Why My Dog?
It’s not your fault. Just like humans, dogs can get allergies too. Here are some common causes of allergic itch in dogs:
- Environmental allergens: pollen, dust mites, and mold
- Food or flea allergies
- Contact allergens: household cleaners, shampoos, plants, and insecticides
Do you notice these tell-tale signs?
If you do, it’s a good idea to talk to your vet.
Take a Ride to the Vet
Are You on the Itch Relief Roller Coaster With Your Dog?
Ruh Roh, Still Itchy?
Let the Good Times Roll
Listen to These
Hear Dr. Brittany Lancellotti,
a veterinary dermatologist, talk
about treating allergic itch in dogs.
May Fail to Control
Itch in Dogs
Studies show antihistamines are often not effective treatments for dogs with allergic dermatitis (skin allergies).
Dog’s Allergic Itch
Use our itch tracker to keep a
record of your dog’s itch and
bring it to your vet visits.
When to Go to
Vet for Your
Dog itch is a common behavior, but sometimes it can indicate an underlying issue. Learn what to look for and expect at your vet visit.