General information on Allergic Rhinitis
Allergic Rhinitis or in common terms, hay fever, is the most common cause of nasal discharge. Pollens, grassroots and other substances are the cause of this condition. Allergies can vary during the seasons of the year as plants have different pollination times.
Symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis
Symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis may include clear nasal discharge, itchy eyes, runny nose and sneezing.
Treatments for Allergic Rhinitis
Your vet may suggest antihistamines to calm your dogs allergic reactions.
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Allergic Rhinitis experience by - iskra
my 1,7 old husky has a swollen nose, sneezing, coughing, reverse sneezing constantly over 8 months. tried antibiotics and dexamethazon it helped temporarily. tried ahistamine and dexamethazone - helped dramatically at the beggining. after first 4 shots, tried only ahistamine - didn't work. now both of them work just for few days. i am desperate, don't know what to do...
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