Any time you think your dog may be suffering from a skin allergy, it's always a good idea to cover your bases with a vet visit. While there are plenty of over-the-counter things you can do to help your dog, itching and skin rashes can also be indicative of a larger issue, such as ringworm or a food allergy, so it's important to make your vet aware of the issues your dog is experiencing so they can rule out anything more serious and give you advice on at-home treatments.
If it's seasonal allergies your dog is suffering from, these issues are very common, and there are plenty of things you can do to help your dog be more comfortable.
1. MORE FREQUENT BATHING
While this may seem counter-intuitive, washing your dog more often keeps the allergen from staying on the skin, and there are skin-calming shampoos that can make a big difference if your dog is experiencing red, itchy skin.
High-quality ingredients make a big difference in keeping your dog’s skin and coat in optimal condition.