Allergies are perhaps the most frustrating part of owning a pet. It is such a common problem as well. The good news is, we can help.
How do you know what your pet is allergic too? Food allergies and atopic dermatitis are common and the symptoms are very similar. There is so much misinformation on the internet and offered by pet shops and dog groomers that people are often frustrated and confused. Pet owners waste hundreds of dollars at pet shops buying the wrong food and products after being given poor advice. If you are frustrated and looking for the right advice and treatment, we can help.

We can help with both medicinal and natural treatments.

Blood tests and skin tests are the best way to find out the cause of your pet's allergies. A simple HESKA test can end the frustration for you and give you answers. We can then tailor an individual treatment program for your pet and your budget. Stop guessing and stop buying the wrong products at the pet shop. We'd love to help solve your pet's troublesome allergy problems and help you regain your sanity.

Intradermal skin testing is a very accurate way of determining what your pet is allergic to. Desensitisation through immunotherapy is possible when a specific diagnosis is made using blood tests and intradermal testing.

Intradermal skin testing dog canine atopy Treendale Pet Medical Bunbury

Canine atopic dermatitis in the dog causes severe pruritis that leads to licking, scratching and rubbing the eyes. This leads to secondary pyoderma and dermatitis as well as conjunctivitis. The dog below was constantly rubbing the eyes due to the pruritis of the skin around the eyes due to pollen allergy.

Canine atopic dermatitis Treendale Pet Medical Veterinary Hospital Bunbury
Atopic Dermatitis

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