When pet owners think of the phrase “dog allergy relief”, the words “difficult” or “expensive” usually comes to mind.
Both words describe the phrase pretty well, but they usually leave out one word that describes it the best: “preventable”.
Dog allergy relief can easily be obtained simply by switching your pet’s diet to BARF, which is widely known as Biologically Accepted Raw Food.
We’ll get into that topic later, but for now it’d be better that you familiarize yourself with some symptoms that your pet will show when having allergic reactions, and what’s causing them.
With that said, here’s the first symptom: scratching.
We all know that our furry buddies scratch themselves on an occasional basis, but not to the point when its fur starts falling off.
First bald patches usually develop around its ears.
Next, these patches of bald widen and spread throughout different parts of its body, which isn’t a pretty sight at all.
Another symptom that indicates your pooch is in desperate need of dog allergy relief is skin rash breakouts – this usually happens right after the mutt loses plenty of hair.
Leaving it unattended for several more days only proves to make things worse.
Excessive scratching always leads to open skin cuts, and that’s when things start getting really ugly.
An external factor may be the cause of why your pet won’t stop scratching itself, which is usually tied to fleas.
However, fleas have been known to attack furry beasts with poor immune systems, which basically brings us back to the need for a more nutritional diet.
Keep in mind that there are a couple of things that may be found in some dog food that can ignite allergies, like red dye and yeast.
You’ll know if your pooch has taken too much of the latter if it starts to smell bad and scratch its ears more often than usual.
Lacking essential nutrition has also been known to trigger allergies, such as omega 3 fatty acids, B vitamins, antioxidants as well as several other vitamins and minerals.
Having said all that, the best way to obtain dog allergy relief, would be through a healthy BARF diet.
By feeding it raw bones and food, you’ll be ensuring that your furry best friend gets all the nutrition that he’ll ever need on a daily basis.
You also won’t be worrying about harmful chemicals and preservatives that can be found in the majority of commercial dog food circulating the market nowadays.