Pet Dermatology & Allergy Care
in Riverhead and the Peconic Bay Area
At Peconic Bay Animal Hospital, we recognize the prevalence of environmental allergies in dogs and the impact it can have on their well-being. Our compassionate and experienced team is dedicated to providing effective solutions to relieve your pet's allergies and improve their quality of life. We understand that your pet's comfort is paramount, and we are committed to delivering personalized care tailored to their specific needs. Whether it's managing itching, redness, or other symptoms associated with environmental allergies, we have the expertise and resources to provide compassionate care and effective treatment options. Don't let your beloved pet suffer from allergies - trust us to provide the care they deserve at Peconic Bay Animal Hospital.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I tell if my pet has allergies?
Symptoms may include sneezing, a congested or runny nose, coughing, facial pain due to nasal congestion, tightness in the chest, and even wheezing. It's also possible that pets with allergies may suffer from red, itchy, or watery eyes, as well as skin rashes or hives. To ensure that your pet receives the best possible care, we recommend that you consult with our experienced veterinary team who can diagnose and treat your furry friend's allergies.
How do you diagnose pet allergies?
To determine the triggers for your pet's symptoms, we offer various allergy testing options, including intradermal and blood testing. Our team of experienced veterinary professionals will work closely with you to choose the best testing option for your pet’s specific needs.
How do you treat pet allergies?
At Peconic Bay Animal Hospital, we understand that pets with allergies require individualized and comprehensive treatment plans. Our experienced veterinary team provides tailored treatment options for pets suffering from allergies based on the type and severity of the condition. For example, we may prescribe antihistamines and corticosteroids to alleviate symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, skin rashes, and runny nose. In cases where we suspect a food allergy, we may recommend dietary changes and assessment. It's essential to note that every pet's treatment plan is unique, and we will work closely with you to develop a plan that best suits your pet's specific needs.