Lot's of people suffer from seasonal allergies, but they can affect pets too.
Animals are susceptible to seasonal allergies just like people, including common allergens like pollen, mold, and trees.
Generally, their symptoms are pretty similar to those in people.
If you see your dog or cat having watery eyes, runny noses, or scratching more than normal, they might be suffering from seasonal allergies.
Even over grooming, which can also be a sign of stress, can be related to seasonal allergies.
So what do you do if you think your pet is suffering from seasonal allergies?
You can start by visiting a veterinarian, but there are also lots of simple things you can do at home.
An article from the Huffington Post by Denise Maher for Vetstreet suggests the following:
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