The signs of pet allergies include excessive licking, grooming a particular area, diarrhea, vomiting, soft stool and a raised, bumpy rash. Identify the signs of a pet allergy, which are similar to signs of human allergies, with help from a pet specialist in this free video on animal allergies.
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What are some signs of pet allergies? Well pet allergies are usually come with signs a lot like people allergies. Most common side effects are going to be itching, redness, raised or bumpy areas like a rash, hair loss is very common. In cats, excessive licking or grooming of a particular area can indicate an allergy. Diarrhea, vomiting, an increase in stool volume and also a softness of the stool can also indicate an allergy. These are all very, very common symptoms of allergies and generally can help you help point you in the direction of the allergy that you're having trouble with as long as you listen to those symptoms correctly. But 9 times out of 10, if your dog has an allergy, it's scratching, it's biting, it's licking the affected area and it's going to do it obsessively and you're going to see a lot of hair loss and you're going to see a lot of raised or bumpy areas like a rash. It's very, very common, that's probably the number one symptom of any allergy.