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If your little pup spends a lot of time outdoors, then there’s no escaping seasonalallergies in dogs. And since that applies to 99.99% of our little furry friends…

It’s important you’re aware of when and why seasonal allergies happen every year.

So When is Allergy Season for Dogs?

Well, it never really "ends". See, different factors trigger allergens in the air. But whilst people assumeskin allergies in dogs are dominant in Spring and Summer months…

Did you know that seasonal allergies in Autumn can wreak havoc on their systems?! 

It’s true, allergies often come into full force AFTER the Summer months when various plants begin to release allergens into the air. Not much fun for your poor pup.

And sadly if you happen to live in an area that doesn’t get freezing cold during winter, the allergies build up and can cause year-long suffering.

This is why you need to support them both during and after the peakdog allergy season. Of course, you’ve most likely heard about variousdog itching remedies across the internet?

And that’s something we’re going to discuss, but first, let’s dive into some of the issues your pup could be silently suffering with…

Now, many of the common symptoms to look out for with yourdog’s itchiness - including itchy ears, itchy skin - especially their tummy, and itchy sore paws.

They could be showing these symptoms in a variety of ways, like:

  • Excessive rolling
  • Constant head shaking
  • Non-stop licking
  • Biting which causes red, sore skin
  • Regular scratching - especially around the ears

And there are reasons your dog’s system is triggering these warning signals that something’s up...


Why Do Environmental Allergies Cause Itching in Dogs?

The main culprit is when their immune system ramps up into overdrive. What happens is your dog’s body pushes out histamines and these are what trigger youritchy dog to perform all these coping mechanisms!

Now, you might ask yourself what’s thebest food for an itchy dog? Well did you know there’s a way to supplement their diet to help target these uncomfortable symptoms?

And that’s with Omega fatty acids. Yes, the kind found abundantly in oily fish like salmon. Plus, all dog’s happen to love fish too!

A natural dietary supplement like salmonfish oil high in essential omega-3, 6 and 9 fatty acids, helps support your dog’s immune response to environmental allergies... 

Further reducing itchy skin whilst improving overall skin andshiny coat health. Salmon oil is a naturally rich blend of omegas 3, 6 and 9 that supports the overall health of your pooch. 

In Buddy & Lola’s premium fish oil are Omega 3’s which hydrate dry skin, soothe cracked paws and lubricate joints, whilst Omega 6 stimulates fur growth and supports immunity. Finally, Omega 9 finishes off this wonder formula with a boost of good cholesterol for your canine companion.

Just read what Kay said about her Westie and Scottie:

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“We started the salmon oil and after about 4 weeks - the Westie’s itchy, scabby skin has settled. He is no longer scratching all the time.

The Scottie’s coat is so silky it shines!”

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