Web Only Article March 29, 2011

The April 2011 issue of Whole Dog Journal is now available online!

Maybe this has happened to you: You’re reading or watching TV or at your computer, and your dog is lying on the carpet near you. You’re absorbed in what you are doing, but all of a sudden, you realize that your dog is licking or chewing himself, or scratching his ear with a hind paw. “Hey!” you say to your dog. “Stop that!” Your dog stops, looks at you, and wags his tail. The most common sign of allergy in the dog is itching. In Canine Allergies: Most Common Causes, Best Tests, and Effective Treatments you will learn how to diagnose, treat, and manage the allergic dog so he can stop licking, chewing, and scratching himself to pieces.

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