Itchy pet? We can help.
Pet allergies are a common problem during the warm time of year, and pets who suffer from allergies can live in misery if special accommodations are not made. At Happy Tails Emergency Veterinary Clinic, your emergency veterinarian in Greensboro, we can help pet owners care for their pets by reducing severe allergy symptoms.
SYMPTOMS OF SEVERE PET ALLERGIES
Some of the common serious allergy symptoms to look for include:
Itchy skin – Your pet may scratch their skin continually until it becomes red, irritated and bloody. Your pet may even develop “hot spots,” which are red, inflamed and moist areas where your pet has lost their fur.
Swelling – You may see swelling develop around parts of your pet’s body that look like bumps. These areas are known as hives.
Coughing And Wheezing – This may indicate inflamed or swollen airways.
Red, Itchy, Swollen Eyes
WHAT YOU CAN DO?
Seek immediate care at your pet’s emergency veterinarian in Greensboro
Pet allergic reactions can be just as dangerous as human allergic reactions and can result in death. The most severe allergic reactions seen on emergency are caused by insect bites, vaccines, and misused/ low-quality topical flea/tick medications. These severe allergic reactions can cause anaphylactic shock. In most cases, the pet’s airway begins swelling shut and difficulty breathing begins. In other instances, a pet can begin to haves seizures from the allergic reaction. In either case, seek immediate care at your pet’s emergency veterinarian in Greensboro.
CONTACT YOUR EMERGENCY VETERINARIAN IN GREENSBORO
At Happy Tails Veterinary Clinic, we help pet owners take care of their pets during the allergy season. If you suspect that your pet has severe allergy symptoms, bring them to your emergency veterinarian in Greensboro to get them checked out. Call us today!
Pet Allergies FAQs
Just like humans, pets can suffer an allergic reaction to food or substances in the environment, such as pollen. Pet owners frequently have questions about pet allergies. Our veterinarian in Greensboro would like to answer your questions to make sure you are getting important information.
DOES OUR VETERINARIAN IN GREENSBORO TREAT ANIMALS SUFFERING FROM ALLERGIC REACTIONS?
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF A PET ALLERGY?
Pet allergies sometimes affect the respiratory system to cause coughing, sneezing and wheezing. An allergic reaction may cause runny discharge from the cat or dog’s eyes or nose. Allergy symptoms can also affect the digestive tract to cause vomiting or diarrhea.
WHAT ALLERGENS CAUSE ALLERGY SYMPTOMS?
HOW DO VETERINARIANS DIAGNOSE ALLERGIES IN PETS?
WHAT IS AN ALLERGY?
WHAT TYPES OF ALLERGIES ARE THERE?
- Food allergies
- Insect bite allergies, like those caused by flea bites
- Inhalant allergies, often from pollens, mold and dust mites
- Contact allergies, such as those from lawn pesticides or synthetic materials used in carpeting
ARE GREENSBORO PET ALLERGIES DIFFERENT FROM THE ALLERGIES PETS SUFFER ELSEWHERE IN THE NATION?
WHAT IS THE TREATMENT FOR A DOG OR CAT WITH ALLERGIES?
Call Happy Tails Veterinary Emergency Animal Hospital Today!
If you suspect your pet has allergies, or you need help managing your pet’s allergies, bring your four-legged friend to Happy Tails Veterinary Emergency Animal Hospital. We are conveniently located at 2936 Battleground Avenue in Greensboro, NC, but we serve Greensboro, Kernersville, Reidsville, Burlington, High Point, and surrounding communities. We offer a free consultation for new patients. For more information, call (336) 288-2688.
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After Hours Care
Mon: 6:00pm – 8:00am
Tues: 6:00pm – 8:00am
Wed: 6:00pm – 8:00am
Thurs: 6:00pm – 8:00am
Fri: 6:00pm – 8:00am
Sat: 24 hours
Sun: 24 hours
We are open 24 hours on holidays
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We are pleased to provide extended hours emergency consultations from a licensed veterinary professional. These individuals will help you determine if you will need to bring your pet in for veterinary care. To reach one of our on-call professionals:
- Call our main number: (336) 288-2688
- When prompted, press 1.
- Your call will automatically be connected to a licensed veterinary professional who will triage the emergency. No sitting on hold, no leaving a message with a service.
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