AllerPaws is Safe, Effective and Easy to Use

Watch their behaviour and symptoms - the most common behaviour and symptoms of allergies include itchy feet and ears, inflammation of the skin, persistent scratching, chewing of their paws and face rubbing. Some pets lose their hair and may experience rashes and skin infections.

Do a blood serum test - ask your veterinarian to do a blood serum test and send it out to be tested for a variety of allergens like trees, grasses and weed pollens, fungus (molds) and house dust mites that are specific to the region in which you live. This test can also determine if your pet is allergic to any foods such as beef, chicken, milk, soya, etc.

Allergy?

If you think your pet has an allergy, it is important to visit your veterinarian.

Test + Confirm

If you think your pet has an allergy, it is important to visit your veterinarian.

Treatment

If you think your pet has an allergy, it is important to visit your veterinarian.

Questions about oral allergy treatment

Oral allergy treatment is a allergen prescription in a spray form to treat allergies. The prescription is made specifically for your pet based on their allergy test results or from a veterinarian’s evaluation of your pet’s symptoms and history of reactions to seasonally relevant outdoor and indoor allergies.

-There are no needles or injections, so stress and pain is eliminated from your pets’ allergy treatment. 

-You save time by eliminating the need to visit your veterinarian for allergy injections.

-Treatment is a once-a-day personalized prescription spray which is easy to use, anywhere at any time.

-Over time your pet will build up a specific immune tolerance and will no longer be allergic. 

Side effects to oral allergy treatment are rare but could include: facial swelling, redness, itching and tingling of the mouth, excessive drooling, sneezing and panting. Usually a reduction in medication volume is all that is required to eliminate side effects.