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Common American Eskimo Allergies

It's bad enough when you or your child suffers from seasonal allergies, but at least you can discuss signs and symptoms with them and find out what's bothering them most; the runny nose, the watery eyes or the itching. However, talking to your american eskimo about his or her allergies isn't an option. Yes, common DOG allergies can affect your beloved pooch as well, but you have to be the one to identify them before you can begin treatment to help relieve symptoms.


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The most common american eskimo allergies are caused by dermatitis, flea allergies, as well as allergies caused by the same pollens, grasses and weeds that give you fits. American Eskimos can also be allergic to some foods as well as medications and bacteria. Atopic dermatitis affects millions of DOGS throughout the United States, and is one of the most common american eskimo allergies that veterinarians treat on a yearly basis. This american eskimo variety of the dermatitis that also afflicts people is caused by an increased sensitivity in the american eskimo's immune system that makes your american eskimo especially vulnerable to dust mites and different kinds of molds.

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Signs that your american eskimo may be suffering from atopic dermatitis are excessive grooming, and most especially, constant licking around the paws, abdomen and hindquarters. Check ears, which may be hot and red. Many times, american eskimos show reddened area in the armpits, groin and between paws, so check your american eskimo all over.

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Fleas cause a lot of grief to american eskimos, and are the cause of additional, common american eskimo allergies such as flea allergy dermatitis. This condition is very similar to atopic dermatitis, but if you look closely, you should be able to see signs of fleas on your american eskimo. Keep in mind that it is not the flea itself that causes the allergy in your american eskimo, but its saliva. If you can't tell which allergy your american eskimo may be suffering, visit the vet, who will be able to perform a simple skin allergy test to determine if it's the flea saliva that is driving your american eskimo crazy.

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If your vet has ruled out atopic and flea allergy dermatitis, other common american eskimo allergies can be the result of pollens found in nearly every back yard in America: grass, trees and weeds. While most DOG breeds aren't affected by such, many are, including Terriers, Golden Retrievers, Poodles and German Shepherds, just to name a few. Biting, scratching and gnawing at paws are signs of these common american eskimo allergies, which may also cause ear infections.

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Contact allergies, foods, and bacteria in and around your home cause other american eskimo allergies. On some occasions, your american eskimo's flea collar may be the culprit of his allergy symptoms, as can the shampoo you use to bathe him. When dealing with the symptoms of american eskimo allergies, try to rule out possible suspects one by one. Keep bedding clean, use proper shampoos to bathe your american eskimo, and use some sort of flea and tick protection year round. Your american eskimo can't tell you what's bothering him, so it's up to you to help provide relief for his allergy symptoms.

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