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The Montrose Veterinary Clinic – Your Pet Allergy Veterinarian in Montrose

As your trusted local veterinarian in Montrose, we are proud to provide a wide range of vet care services for your family pets. With years of combined experience treating pets in the greater Houston, TX area, our highly-trained and friendly animal hospital team has the skills necessary to help ensure your pets live long, happy and healthy lives. Whether you’re interested in spay and neuter services, pet boarding and grooming or emergency vet care –we’re here to help.

Dog rolling in flowers needs allergy medicine.

Pet Allergy and Emergency Vet Services in Montrose

Just like their owners, your family pet may develop certain allergies as they grow. Everything form pollen in the air to household cleaners and food scraps c could potentially cause an allergic reaction for your cats and dogs. Because of this, it is important that all family members are aware of any potentially hazardous items in the home and what to do in the event that your pet comes into contact with them.

What Are Cats and Dogs Allergic Too?

Some of the common household items that may cause an allergic reaction in cats and dogs include:

  • Cigarette Smoke
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Perfumes
  • Cleaning Products
  • Tree, Weed and Grass Pollens
  • Mold and Mildew
  • Certain Foods (Beef, Dairy, Chicken, Chocolate, Onions, Wheat, Soy, Grapes)
  • Fleas and Flea Control Products
  • Household Plants

Signs and Symptoms of an Allergic Reaction

Even though you try your best to keep your home safe and clean from common allergens, chances are that your pets may come into contact with them at some point in their lives. Some common symptoms of an allergic reaction in both cats and dogs include:

  • Increase Scratching
  • Sneezing
  • Vomiting and Diarrhea
  • Constant Licking or Chewing at Paws
  • Itchy, Watery Eyes
  • Itchy Ears and/or Increased Scratching
  • Irritated, Moist, Red or Scabbing Skin

Diagnosis and Treatment

If you suspect that your pet has an allergy, we will work to find the root cause of their symptoms with advanced diagnostic testing. After completing a comprehensive wellness exam, we may recommend a number of different diagnostic tests to determine how to combat any future allergic reactions. Utilizing common tests including intradermal skin testing, blood testing, and elimination or prescription diets, we can rule out certain allergens and protect others to avoid flare-ups. Additionally, we may recommend a few changes that will help prevent allergens from affecting your pets at home.

Contact Us Today for More Information!

Interested in learning more about the benefits of pet allergy treatment? Call (713) 524-3814 or contact our local Houston, Texas animal hospital care team online today to schedule an initial consultation.