As fall officially begins to make it’s grand entrance - it’s important and essential to make sure you are ready for everything that comes along with the yearly transition. For people and pets the turn of the seasons can also mean the transition to the fall allergy season. Believe it or not, it’s not just humans that are beginning to show signs and symptoms of those fall allergies as we slowly begin to transition into those cooler fall months.
Unlike their human counterparts, allergy symptoms in pets typically revolve around the respirator track resulting in symptoms such as: hair loss, skin rashes, extensive itching, and even red or irritated skin. As always, don’t let this shortlist determine whether or not you believe your pet may have allergies - be sure to consult a medical professional near you for a proper check-up and or diagnosis.