Although itching may be the most common allergy symptom in dogs, reactions are typically complex and are often manifested in a variety of ways.
Allergen levels in house dust mite allergy are at their highest between May and October, the peak breeding season of house dust mites. Most of the mites die during the winter, but the[…]
What a month it has been! We were honored to make donations of Atopi-3 to animal shelters around the Netherlands. The animal shelters continue to do amazing work with the animals that are in need of[…]
Allergies are triggered by diverse environmental, dietary, and seasonal factors. Although hyposensitization therapy is often the best option to clear up an allergy, there are many ways to reduce[…]
Once allergy testing has been completed, a diet trial and hyposensitization are 2 other important elements of a proper allergy workup. This article will dig deeper into diet's role as part of an[…]
To successfully treat allergy or atopy in dogs, cats and horses, a multi-modal approach is often required. This includes environmental control, topical control, systemic treatment and[…]
Allergy testing is the first and most crucial step in treating allergy conditions. While the test can be performed year-round, some seasons are better for testing than others.
Animals can be allergic or sensitive for pollen from many different grasses, plants and trees, but which pollen are causing the most frequent sensitisation in animals? Artuvet had a look in their[…]