Dog & Cat Allergy Treatments in Greenland
Has your pet been scratching himself a lot lately? Have you noticed bald spots or dandruff? If the answer is yes, it may be the result of an allergy or other skin disorder, which can be very uncomfortable. An allergy/skin disorder is typically the body’s reaction to a certain substance, whether it’s a food, environmental allergen, or parasite. We want to help your pet be comfortable again, just as much as you do. That’s why we offer a variety of allergy treatments and dermatology services here at Greenland Veterinary Hospital that can help with:
- Hot spots
- Lick granulomas
- ….and other conditions
Our animal hospital is equipped to both diagnose and treat a variety of skin conditions in cats, dogs, and other species to put an end to your pet’s discomfort.
About Your Pet’s Dermatology Visit
At your pet’s dermatology exam here in Greenland, we’ll ask you a series of questions to begin the diagnostic process, one of which will involve your pet’s specific symptoms. We may recommend advanced diagnostics, including food allergy trials, a skin culture, or skin cytology to determine the source of your pet’s condition. Once an official diagnosis is made, and the source of your pet’s condition is found, we can develop a treatment plan. For difficult-to-manage allergy cases, we offer Advanced Allergy Therapeutics (AAT) at our sister location, Canobie Lake Veterinary Hospital, which can provide long-term relief.
Does My Dog or Cat Have Allergies?
The answer to this question may be more obvious to some pet owners than others, which is why we’ve provided the following list. This list includes some of the most common symptoms that are related to allergies in pets.
- Excessive face rubbing or scratching
- Bald spots/hair loss
- Biting or chewing at the skin
- Excessive licking of feet, legs, and/or abdomen
- Chronic ear sac problems
- Frequent ear infections
- Recurring skin infections
If any of these symptoms apply to your four-legged friend, now is the time to schedule a pet dermatology exam at Greenland Veterinary Hospital. Give us a call at 603-433-5665, and put an end to your pet’s discomfort.