Archive for the ‘Allergies’ category

Canine Alopecia

January 29th, 2013

Canine alopecia means skin hair loss. It may be partial or complete hair loss in dogs. Partial hair loss is often localized to certain areas of the dog’s body. Alopecia it is not a disease by itself, but a syndrome that may involve several conditions as allergies, contact dermatitis, atopy, callus, mages, hormonal imbalances, etc. […]

Allergies in Cats

January 24th, 2013

There are 3 common types of cat allergies. The symptoms cause discomfort and irritation to the cat but if untreated will manifest themselves into troublesome issues, such as skin sores, eye irritation or respiratory problems all of which can lead to serious infections. An allergy is an immune reaction to an estrange substance call allergen. […]