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Dealing with Dog Allergies

Dog allergies are very similar to human allergies and also produce the same symptoms as human allergies. There are 5 types of dog allergies: food allergy, flea allergy, bacteria allergy, contact allergy and atopy. Here are some basic facts about each of these allergies.

An easier and more modern approach to test for the presence of a food allergy is to try a dog food which contains hydrolyzed proteins, such as Purinas HA or Hills z/d.

Food Allergies

The most common symptom of food allergies is scratching, due to skin irritation. Dog foods contain a host of ingredients which can cause an allergic reaction to your dog. Some of these ingredients are:

Meats: Beef, Chicken, Pork, Lamb, Fish, Eggs
Diary products (Milk)
Grains (Wheat, Whey) Corn

 

Most dog owners often scold their dog for scratching too much. Any obsessive behavior your dog demonstrates, such as constant scratching, chewing, licking, requires immediate attention. Never assume that this is just a new habit your dog picked up. Dog allergies can make your dog very uncomfortable.

 

Aside from scratching, some of the other symptoms dogs can experience are:

sneezing
coughing
eye and nose discharge
Itching around the anus
hair loss
loss of appetite
pawing at their ears or head shaking
vomiting
diarrhea
breathing problems

 

Isolating the allergen which causes the allergy is not easy because the dog is usually allergic to one specific ingredient in the food. Therefore, it is a matter of isolating that ingredient. You can try doing this with an elimination diet, which most people don't have the time or energy for. The elimination diet requires preparing specially-cooked meals consisting of a more exotic meat, like rabbit or venison, mixed with rice or potato, which wouldn't normally be found in dog food.

 

Hydrolyzed proteins are broken down into molecules so small, they can't affect the immune system, which is what causes the allergy. If the allergy goes away while your dog is on this diet (which would take about 8 weeks), then he most likely is suffering from a food allergy. At this point, you would start to re-introduce the possible allergens one by one (individual meats, wheat, corn, milk, etc.) for a period of two weeks each. If the symptoms return, it is most likely due to the ingredient being introduced at that time. You should look out for that ingredient on dog food labels in future purchases.

 

Atopy (inhalant allergy)

Atopy is the most common of all dog allergies, which is caused by environmental factors, such as dust mites, molds, house dust, human dander, feathers or pollen.

 

Signs of atopy include excessive chewing, licking and scratching at the face, paws, abdomen, armpits and genital area. Evidence of this behavior can be found in examining your dog's paws, armpits and genital area. Reddish-brown stains develop in these areas due to excessive licking. This may not be evident in dogs with dark coats.

 

Atopy is not easy to diagnose due to other dog allergies having the same symptoms. Once these other dog allergies (food, flea and contact) have been ruled out, your vet can proceed with testing for the root cause of the atopy. The most accurate method of testing for atopy is Intradermal Skin Testing.

 

There are many different treatment options for atopy. The best treatment would be avoiding the allergen altogether. If this is not feasible, other treatments include cool water baths with medicated shampoo, antihistamines, allergy shots, corticosteriods or a diet rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids.

 

Flea Allergies

Dog allergies to fleas are not caused by the flea itself, but rather the flea's saliva. A common symptom of flea allergies is scratching at the tail area which causes hair loss, scabs and sores. Your vet can easily diagnose a flea allergy by checking for the presence of fleas in the coat. Fleas can be seen by the naked eye. Intradermal Skin Testing can also be used to test for this type of allergy. The most effective products for eliminating fleas are:

 

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K9 Advantix Flea and Tick Medication (based on dog's weight)

 

Bacterial Allergies

A dog's skin normally harbors Staph bacteria. Usually, this bacteria does not have any affect on your dog but some dogs develop a sensitivity to it causing an allergic reaction. Your dog may develop crusts on the skin and patches of hair loss due to scratching, similar to ring worm. If these patches become infected, your dog will need to be treated with antibiotics.

 

Contact Allergies

Contact allergies are the least common of all dog allergies. This type of allergy produces swelling, redness, itching and hair loss. Common contact allergens include flea collars, plastic food bowls, pet sweaters, plants, grass or wool bedding. The best way to diagnose this allergy is if the symptoms continue after ruling out all other allergies. If this is the case, then you must pinpoint the allergen and remove it from your dog's environment.

 

This information is NOT intended to replace the advice of a veterinarian, dog trainer or pet care professional.

 

Nancy Settecasi, Owner of Happy K-9 Dog Care Proud Owner of Cookie and Skippy, Cocker Spaniels, Dog Lover http://www.happyk-9.com

 

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A "Magic Pill" for Hayfever and Other Acute Allergies: Homeopathy is Surprisingly Effective

 

Seasonal allergies (a.k.a. “hay fever”) are enormously common, affecting at least 35.9 million people in the United States alone. In fact, approximately 16.7 million office visits to U.S. health care providers each year are attributed to allergic rhinitis.

 

Interestingly, homeopaths pioneered both the research on allergies and allergy treatment. In 1871, British homeopath C.H. Blackely suggested that seasonal sneezing and nasal discharge were the result of exposure to pollen. Later, American homeopath James Tyler Kent defined the practical principles of treating allergies with homeopathy. If someone develops an acute reaction to pollen (or another allergen), such as a running nose or itching, watery eyes, during the allergy season, this reaction is addressed first. After all, there is no need for anyone to suffer discomfort. Then, during the symptom-free season, a homeopath aims to find a so-called constitutional remedy that solves the problem on every level of a person's being. It can take a while for the full affects of a remedy like this to be felt. But in the end, many other complaints and conditions usually drop away along with the symptoms of allergy.

 

Today conventional allergists use a desensitization process that resembles the homeopathic practice of "using like to cure like." They give their patients a bit of the allergen (for example, tree pollen) to stimulate a reaction that the body overcomes, thus making the body stronger. However, their injections do not feature homeopathically prepared solutions. It's a little known fact that a homeopath, Grant L. Selfridge, M.D., was the first president of the organization that is now called the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.

 

My book Easy Homeopathy describes many highly effective solutions for acute allergies. Here are six that you can start using today.

 

Allium cepa (made from red onion): Take Allium if you see the following signs. (Always compare these signs with the signs indicating a need for Euphrasia.)

• Irritating, caustic discharge from the nose that irritates the nose and the upper lip (opposite of Euphrasia)

• Bland discharge from the eyes (opposite of Euphrasia)

• Discharge from the nose and eyes in large amounts

• Nose eventually gets completely obstructed

• Frequently there is heaviness in the middle of the forehead and/or a headache that gets better when the nose drains freely

• Frequently the symptoms begin on the left side

• You feel worse: in the late afternoon and evening, and from being in a warm room

• You feel better: from open air, cold air

 

Apis mellifica (made from honeybee): More times than not this is the correct remedy to take for allergic reactions to beestings. Be prepared to give it on the way to the emergency room. Use it to relieve any severe allergic reaction that involves the following combination of key symptoms.

• Very significant swelling of the eyes. Sometimes eyes are literally bloodshot from swelling

• Heat and burning sensation of the face and the eyes

• Craves cold applications and is much improved by them

 

Arsenicum album (made from oxide of arsenic):

• Irritating watery discharge from the nose

• Dripping from the nose, which is completely obstructed

• Burning (eyes, nose, throat) that is better from hot drinks or hot applications

• Right side is mainly affected

• You feel better: from being in a warm room, warm drinks, and warm applications (compare to Allium cepa)

• You feel worse: from anything cold

 

Euphrasia officinalis (made from eyebright): (Always compare to Allium cepa.)

• Eyes feel irritated, burning and itching

• Tears are abundant and irritating, nasal discharge is bland (exactly opposite to Allium cepa)

• Worse: in the morning and from warm wind

• Better: upon lying down in bed at night

 

Sabadilla (made from cevadilla seed):

 

• Remarkable fits of sneezing. Some people sound like an automatic weapon

• Every fit of sneezing provokes tears

• Constant itching inside of the nose and/or the palate

• Worse: from cold and open air

• Better: from heat, being in a warm room, and warm drinks

 

Urtica urens (made from stinging nettle): This remedy is specifically used for allergic reactions to shellfish and stings by jellyfish. Look for:

• Itching hives with a prickling, burning sensation

• Hives that look like red, raised blotches with white centers

 

Now you are equipped with powerful weapons.

 

Edward Shalts, MD, DHt, author of "Easy Homeopathy" and "The American Institute of Homeopathy Handbook for Parents" is a vice-president of the National Center for Homeopathy and a second vice-president of the American Institute of Homeopathy. He also serves on the faculty of the Center for Health and Healing at the Beth Israel Medical Center in New York, the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the UMDNJ Institute for Complementary and Alternative Medicine in New Jersey. Board certified in homeopathy, psychiatry, and alternative medicine, he has been working in the field of homeopathy for 20-plus years. He provides homeopathic care to adults and children through his private practice in Manhattan. He can be reached at http://www.EasyHomeopathyHome.com

 

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Allergies - Is There Something In The Air?

 

It looks like a nice day. The sun's out, and a nice gentle breeze is blowing. You thought to yourself, "what a great day for a walk". You're outside taking a good and healthy walk, without a care in the world. Suddenly, there's a tingle in your throat and you need to cough. Then, for no apparent reason, your eyes become puffy and start to water. What is happening to you? Did you just get stung by a bee or was it something you ate making you sick.

 

How do you take homeopathic remedies? These specially prepared remedies are sold in health food stores and come in the form of small sweet pills. Buy remedies in concentration 30C. Place 5 pills under the tongue and let them dissolve. Repeat the dose in 15 minutes. If there is no improvement of symptoms at all in about 30 minutes after the second dose stop taking the remedy. Go see a doctor or go to the emergency room.

 

Maybe if you keep walking, the symptoms will go away, or maybe this is your first time coming face to face with your allergy. What is an allergy? An allergy is the process by which the immune system overreacts to a substance known as an allergen. Allergens can enter the body in different ways. They can be inhaled through the nose and lungs. This happens when the allergen is airborne, such as the pollen from trees, and dander from cats and dogs. Allergens can also be ingested through the mouth, this occurs with food allergies. Allergies can also occur if you take medication, and develop an allergic reaction to it. Your skin can also absorb allergens, usually from plants like, oak and poison ivy.

 

Some of the most common allergic diseases are rhinitis, which includes hayfever, and is brought about when the nasal passage gets stuffed up. Food allergies are mostly seen in young kids, and some of their symptoms are nausea, diarrhoea and the lips or tongue swelling. Urticaria is a skin allergy, but the more common name for this is hives. Atopic dermatitis is a skin allergy with symptoms usually characterized by, flaking and scaling; this allergy is sometimes called eczema. What has to be one of the most severe diseases is anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis is an allergic reaction to a food or drug. The symptoms of anaphylaxis are life threatening, and they include, tightness of the chest, a tingling of the palms and light headedness. These symptoms can lead to cardiac arrhythmia, shock and seizures.

 

There are many products advertised as being able to help treat your allergies. The most common of these are decongestants and antihistamines. Antihistamines can be used to stop sneezing, itching and runny noses as well as rashes and hives. Decongestants can help relieve stuffy noses.

 

Maybe like a lot of people, you don't want to take medicine. So, what are your options? Well, the best way to not catch something, is to stay away from it. If you want to help prevent allergies, then you're going to have to clean-up, literally. You need to dust your house and wash your bed sheets regularly, to help limit the dust mites in your home. You need to wear a mask when vacuuming, since the process of vacuuming will cause dust to rise. The home should be the least of your worries; trying to have a allergy free workplace may prove impossible. With so many people having so many different tastes in clothes and perfumes; the workplace could very well be the hive in which many allergies begin.

 

Michael Russell

Your Independent guide to Allergies

 

Information About Latex Gloves And Latex Allergies

Latex is a natural substance found in nature that comes from the rubber tree. The milky white fluid is drained from the tree and when this is left to dry it becomes sticky and gooey. Several chemicals are added into the rubber to make the latex used for latex gloves.

 

Allergic reactions to latex:

Allergic reactions to latex are quite common. Some common reactions to latex are:

Red rashes

Itching

Swelling

Eye and nose irritation

Shortness of breath

Shock and seizures

 

Latex allergies should be taken seriously and preventative steps should be taken. An allergic reaction can come on suddenly even if you have been tested negative for latex allergies. Latex allergies are caused by proteins in natural rubber and the chemical process used to make latex gloves. For people who have allergies we recommend using a non latex alternative such as nitrile.

Where are latex gloves used:

 

Latex gloves are used common place in hospitals and medical facilities as a barrier against bacteria and viruses. The more we discover how illnesses are passed from person to person the more precautious our society has become. It is now common place for latex gloves to be used in food preparation, food handling and any service where contact is made from person to person where there is a chance for the transfer on infection and disease. As a precaution against the spread of malicious bacteria and viruses US Postal service employees use gloves while handling our mail. Auto technicians use gloves to prevent oil and grease from being in contact with the skin, this makes for easy cleanup and prevents harmful chemicals from penetrating the skin.

 

Great cleaning tips and cleaning information by Lee Harris can be found at http://www.monsterjanitorial.com. Lee Harris is an expert in the cleaning industry and can answer all your questions about latex gloves.

 

Food Allergies in Infants and Babies

 

Is your baby susceptible to bouts of unexplained itchiness that you thought were merely a phase or skin sensitivity? Is her nose sometimes stuffy or runny? Is she cranky for no apparent reason and is she trying to tell you something?

Is emitting large quantities of intestinal gas a regular affair for your infant? Is his tummy a little more bloated than other kids’ and does he struggle to pass even soft stool or diarrhea?

 

If the answer is ‘”yes” to most of these questions, read on. Your baby might be dealing with a food allergy.

First of all, don’t panic. It’s not as serious as it sounds. Food allergies are a common problem amongst babies and adults alike.

There are many possible reasons for food allergies. Your infant could be allergic to cow’s milk or your child could be having some problems dealing with solids when you’re trying to wean him/her. Here are some possible causes for food allergies:

 

· Introduction of allergenic solids in baby’s diet before four months of age
· Allergy towards cow’s milk
· Allergy towards other foods like dairy products, fish, nuts, or wheat
· Heredity
· Enzyme deficiency which causes lactose intolerance
· In rare cases, a serious undetected illness or condition

 

Part of the problem might have been that my mother had a habit of shaking out the bed linen, before making up my bed. In particular she would shake out, or snap the sheet before arranging it on the mattress. This seemed to shake out what ever lint or loose material that was attached to the sheet and always seemed to make my condition worse.

 

Although food allergies in most cases are merely a nuisance and not life-threatening, parents still need to know the type of food or food group to eliminate from their baby’s diet. By avoiding, rotating the diet and playing food detective, we can minimize the discomfort and symptoms of food allergies as much as possible.

 

First, try to eliminate the following products from your infant’s diet.

· Dairy products
· Soy
· Egg (or at least white of egg)
· Wheat
· Peanuts
· Tree nuts
· Citrus fruits
· All types of food additives (reduce introduction of canned, packaged or ready-to-eat food)v · Shellfish

 

If you’re not sure whether your baby is indeed suffering from a food allergy, observe your baby very closely and monitor his/her diet to see if she is experiencing any of the following allergic reactions:

 

· Rashes on face or other body parts that are red and scaly
· Hives
· Swollen hands and feet, puffy eyes
· Dark circles under the eyes
· Throat soreness and tongue
· Sneezing, running or stuffy nose
· Wheezing
· Persistent cough
· Ear infection
· Red and scaly rashes around the anus
· Abdominal discomfort
· Diarrhea or soft stool
· Poor weight gain
· Bloating of the stomach
· Gassiness
· Fatigue, headaches
· Irritability, moodiness, hyperactivity
· Sore muscles and joints

 

If you’ve determined that your infant is, indeed, suffering from a food allergy, try substituting some of the allergenic foods with non-allergenic foods like apples, apricots, barley, beets, grapes, cranberries, mangoes and oats.

Other non-allergenic foods include asparagus, carrots, cauliflower, chicken, broccoli, lettuce, rice, safflower oil, salmon, sweet potatoes, rye and honey.

 

Food allergies, as mentioned earlier, are quite common among infants and can be dealt with easily. The most important thing is for us to detect them, minimize reaction and symptoms, get advice from a professional and eliminate the allergies’ immediate causes.

 

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Allergies - The Sneezing Sickness

I've suffered from an allergy to dust, sawdust, and fine particles, ever since I graduated from high school. Shortly after I graduated, I moved with my mother into a small cottage. For some reason, shortly after starting to live in that place, I started getting sneezing fits, runny nose, eyes, stuffed up and itchy nose. My condition became so bad that I went to be examined by the local doctor. His diagnosis was that I was allergic to dust, and fine particles. I expected him to prescribe an effective medication to make my symptoms go away but instead, his recommendation was to remove all the dust from the environment where I lived.

 

So I helped do a lot of vacuuming and general cleaning in the house, to try to get rid of as much dust as possible. It didn't really work well so when I had a bad attack, I used over the counter allergy medication called Dimetapp. It seemed to stop the sneezing fits and the itchy and stuffed up nose but one side effect was, it made me really sleepy.

 

When I moved to my work location accommodation, my allergies improved, except when I was close to where a chain saw was cutting wood. The sawdust seemed to make me experience many of the same symptoms as the laundry dust had in the house.

 

I have learned that it is thought that the dust in a room does not really cause the allergy symptoms. There is a point of view that dust mite insects living on the grains of dust are actually responsible for causing the person's discomfort.

 

The house mites, like all living things eat, and then eliminate their waste. The mite's eliminations contain various protein type substances. When you breathe these in or they come in contact with your skin, your body makes antibodies. Your antibodies release a chemical known as histamine. Histamine produces all my nasty sneezing and stuffed up runny nose symptoms.

Because my mother also had allergies, it is thought that, I also carry the predisposition to the discomfort of allergies as having allergies is thought to be a hereditary condition.

 

That doesn't really explain why I get all the same symptoms in a place where there is sawdust in the air. Any time I am around fine particles of sawdust my condition flares up. That is one reason why I would not want to work In a saw mill, or plywood plant where there are fine wood particles floating all over in the air as I would always be a sneezing worker.

 

I find that by staying away from areas contaminated with these fine particles, my condition has almost completely disappeared.

 

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Michael Russell
Your Independent guide to Allergies
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