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Do Grass Allergies Affect Dogs Year-Round, Or Are They Seasonal?

Do Grass Allergies Affect Dogs Year-Round, Or Are They Seasonal?

Seasonality & Dog Allergies

Grass allergies in dogs peak in high-pollen seasons. So they can occur all year round, but mostly in times of high pollen.

Keep an eye on the pollen count in your area, and be extra vigilant in high times.

In high pollen times, you can help your dog by: 

  • Minimise Outdoor Exposure: Limit your dog’s time outdoors during peak pollen seasons
  • Paw Cleaning: Wipe your dog’s paws after outdoor activities. This will remove potential allergens
  • Regular Grooming: Keep your dog’s coat clean and well-groomed to minimise pollen accumulation
  • Probiotic Supplements: Having a good balance of gut bacteria can help reduce allergic responses, keep inflammation down, and keep the immune system strong.
  • Omega 3 Supplements: Fatty acids can support skin, heart and joint health and help to maintain skin hydration, decrease inflammation and soothe itching. 
  • It’s interesting to note that a grass allergy does seem to come hand-in-hand with tree pollen allergy, or if a dog’s had a skin trauma (hot spots or insect bites) they’re possibly more likely to develop an allergy to grass proteins. Dogs with hypothyroidism also seem more prone to being allergic to grass pollen.

Read more

Read more about Grass Allergies for Dogs - Causes, Prevention and How to Help at Home: https://zoomadog.co.uk/collections/dog-grass-allergies

Grass Allergies Treatments

Find creams to help with grass allergies here https://zoomadog.co.uk/products/170-dermagic-skin-rescue-lotion 

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