cat-scratchingPet Allergies/Dermatology Services in Windham

Pets can have allergies and develop skin problems, just like people can, which can leave them uncomfortable or even in pain. Of course, that’s the last thing an animal lover—including our team—wants for a pet. At Canobie Lake Veterinary Hospital, our doctors have the tools and expertise to diagnose and treat allergy symptoms in dogs, cats, and other species to help your companion live a comfortable, allergy-free life.

Allergies and skin conditions are the body’s negative reactions to various substances (some of which are harmless), including certain foods, environmental allergens, parasites, and other substances. For the difficult-to-manage allergy cases, we are pleased to offer a breakthrough therapy called Advanced Allergy Therapeutics (AAT). We are proud to be one of the first veterinary hospitals in New Hampshire to offer this treatment option.

About Advanced Allergy Therapeutics (AAT)

AAT is a safe, painless, therapeutic approach that’s highly effective and clinically proven to relieve many of the symptoms associated with allergies and skin sensitivities. It was developed from more than 15 years of clinical research and has been successful in both humans and animals. This therapy modality involves the study of allergens, which allows for the treatment of a wide range of symptoms.

Although AAT cannot diagnose, test for, or cure allergies, it provides long-term relief from allergy symptoms by assessing the possible causes of stress on the body. AAT can be used for various conditions, such as:

  • Chronic ear infections
  • Dermatitis
  • Diarrhea
  • Chronic vomiting
  • Pruritus

Does My Pet Have Allergies?Pet Allergies in Windham

This is a question that many pet owners ask because some symptoms aren’t as obvious as others. Consider the following list below of some of the most common symptoms that are associated with allergies in pets.

  • Excessive scratching and face rubbing
  • Excessive licking of feet, legs, and abdomen
  • Hair loss
  • Biting or chewing at the skin
  • Recurring skin infections
  • Frequent ear infections
  • Chronic anal sac problems

Put an end to your pet’s allergy discomfort, and schedule an appointment or AAT treatment at our Windham animal hospital by calling 603-898-8982.