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No more guessing, no more frustration. Learn what is really going on with your allergic dog. Most dogs are misdiagnosed and you need to know why in order to help.
While true allergies do exist, they are rare, and are the body’s over-reaction to a common harmless protein from the environment, or food. In essence, the problem is not the allergen, but the immune system that has lost its ability to distinguish between harmful and benign substances.
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Whenever I mention in one of my articles that 80 percent or more dogs diagnosed with allergies are misdiagnosed these are usually the replies that I get:
'What do you mean, my dog’s allergies are not allergies?! My vet told me so and I can see him having skin problems.'
'What do you mean my dog is not allergic to his diet? I see him react to different foods and all he can eat is a special diet!!'
These questions make me realize that I need to discuss this topic even more.
Why most treatments fail and how you can help your dog
While true allergic reactions happen, they are often suppressed by medication such as antihistamines
A large majority of skin and digestive problems are not caused by antibody-antigen (trigger protein) reactions.
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