countryside3Watching your furry friend suffer from allergies while they lay beside you is a hard thing to do. Not only do you feel helpless as their leader, their master and their best friend, but you feel bad for how much they may be suffering. If you’d like to get down to the bottom of their allergies, it’s important you read more about the common signs they are suffering from allergies in our previous post. Furthermore, here are more signs:

Signs Your Fluffy Friend May Have Allergies

Snoring

Believe it or not, animals can snore too! Contrary to popular belief, your pup may be snoring due to allergies, not due to their weight or odd sleeping positions. So, if you have noticed your pooch is snoring more, snoring louder or snoring at all, it may be in their best interest you give our veterinarian in Fort Collins a shout.

Paw Chewing/Swollen Paws

Not only can it be annoying to you that your dog is chewing their paws constantly, but it’s probably painful for them. If your dog is allergic to pollens, dust or grass, their paws may itch constantly. This not only means they’ll be chewing at their paws, but their paws may be swollen. If your pup is licking and/or chewing at their paws, it’s time to give our veterinarian a call to set up an appointment.

Make an Appointment Now!

Prevent your dog from any more suffering. Give them the assistance they need to get their unfortunate allergies under control. To set up an appointment, fill out our contact us form, or give us a call at 970-223-7789. In the meantime, take control of your dog’s health and stay tuned for our next blog to learn more about how to treat common symptoms at home until you can get to our veterinary clinic.

In the meantime, take control of your dog’s health and stay tuned for our next blog to learn more about what may cause your dog’s allergies to flare in the first place.


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