How to Help Your Dog If They Seem to Have Allergies  

Excessive Scratching One of the most common signs of allergies in dogs is excessive scratching.

If you notice your dog constantly scratching their skin, especially around their face, ears, paws, or belly

Frequent Ear Infections Does your dog seem to suffer from ear infections on a regular basis?

Chronic ear infections can be a sign of allergies, particularly if your dog is prone to yeast or bacterial overgrowth in their ears

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Skin Rashes and Hot Spots Allergies can also manifest as skin rashes and hot spots on your dog’s body.

Hot spots are localized areas of skin inflammation that can become raw, moist, and painful. 

Runny Eyes and Nose Just like in humans, allergies in dogs can cause watery, runny eyes and a runny nose.

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