The season of summer is upon us, and it’s the perfect time to get your seasonal fix with a few tasty treats.
Here are some seasonal foods you can try this year, from Danos to pumpkin spice lattes, but also some fun, healthy treats like sweet potato and almond milkshakes.
What are seasonal allergies?
Seasonal allergies are caused by exposure to allergens, such as pollen, dust, mold, or other dust particles.
These allergens are absorbed through the skin or mucous membranes of the airways, causing symptoms such as a dry mouth, difficulty breathing, and wheezing.
If you’re allergic to any of these, you’ll be prescribed allergy shots to try to stop the spread.
These are the allergens you’ll need:If you’re unsure which allergens your dog will be allergic to, ask your vet.
If you’ve had allergies for a long time, the best way to manage them is to limit the amount of time your dog spends outdoors.
A rule of thumb is that a puppy or kitten should only be outside in the shade of trees for 30 minutes a day, and only for one hour a day.
This will keep your dog from getting into trouble.
But it’s also important to remember that allergens can be released into the environment, and you should always seek professional help for any allergies you have.
To find out more about seasonal allergies in dogs, you can read our article about dog allergies, which includes links to websites, research articles, and other resources.