These remedies to fight with allergen, have to keep in grip!
When the time comes to bring on next season, it’s so disgusting to fight against seasonal unwanted— allergies. Even for some people, seasonal allergies are a serious pain as they are unable to understand what can be done with their restless noses. Just like human beings, some dogs also suffer much from the effects of seasonal allergies. Allergic components from which they’re mostly affected— fleas, mould spores, dust, feathers etc. Symptoms are familiar to humans as dogs often have itchiness and irritation. Some dogs suffer from water secretion from the eyes and some suffer from diarrhoea and vomiting. And if it’s neglected, then some major infection can happen to them. So, here are a few things to put in mind during the time of taking care to release your little one from discomfort. Let’s help them to fight and conquer.
Wandering outdoor: Avoid taking your pet on walks for some days
Some pets are indeed so hell-bent on going outdoors to loaf around. But, during this sensitive time for your pet, it’s a good choice to keep him/her inside the house. But if it comes to earnest requests, you can take them after evening time because of the low chances to get affected by pollen compounds. After returning home, it’s crucial to take a soft wet towel and wipe off your pet’s body to make sure that no dust is on the feathers. For this purpose, it can be highly useful if you go for an allergy-free moist cloth from a local pet store.
Indoor air rectification: Don’t let the moisture stay in the room
It mainly happens during the time of incessant pouring rain. The percentage of moisture in the air hits a high level and the inner environment causes dampness and increases the chances of living airborne allergens. To treat this in a strict hand, you have to arrange any kind of dehumidifier, the game-changing one. And if you can’t afford it as of now, find a place where damp environments are hardly in and set your dog to stay there. Give a sharp eye to your pet and don’t let him/her remain in a damp room for a long time.
Need to give frequent baths: Times as suggested by the veterinarian
As this time is quite sensorial for your pet, it’s necessary to abide by the instructions of the veterinarian. To prevent the itchiness and dry scalp of your pet, bathe them regularly. A gentle hypoallergenic made of oatmeal or aloe vera shampoo is his/her utmost need for the betterment of complications. Though it’s optional, if you can, then it’s best to use a moisturising oil in water before giving a bath.