Providing Relief for Allergies in Dogs and Cats in Ruston, Louisiana

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We see all kinds of health issues in pets here in the South, but skin diseases, allergies, and fleas are the most prevalent. If your dog or cat is scratching and licking at themselves to the point of hair loss, they’re likely suffering from itchy skin brought on by an allergy, parasite, or fungal infection. These problems can sometimes be connected, and are often stubborn to treat. Fortunately, we can offer solutions to relieve your pet from their discomfort and give them a chance to heal. With time and patience, you can expect a significant improvement in your pet’s health and quality of life.

Do you have an itchy, unhappy dog or cat? Call us today at (318) 255-3303 or use our online form to schedule an appointment.

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Common Allergies and Skin Disorders in Pets

At Lagniappe Animal Health, we’ve worked with countless pet families to relieve the symptoms and secondary infections caused by allergies in dogs and cats. Some of the most common conditions we treat include:

  • Ear infections
  • Skin allergies (atopy)
  • Flea allergy dermatitis
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Secondary bacterial and yeast infections

If My Pet Has Allergies, Can They be Cured?

We would love to be able to cure your pet’s allergies for good, but unfortunately, they tend to be an ongoing problem. Luckily, we can help you control your pet’s allergy symptoms so you both can enjoy a better quality of life. Together, we’ll formulate a management plan that best aligns with your needs and ensures the best possible outcome.

Treatment Options

We offer a variety of therapies for getting allergy symptoms under control and healing bacterial and fungal infections with antibiotics. If fleas are a problem for your pet, we can also incorporate a flea preventative into their program. In addition to topical medications, we also offer oral medications, supplements, and injectable medications.

The key to successfully managing allergies in dogs and cats is addressing their symptoms as quickly as possible. Contact Lagniappe Animal Health at (318) 255-3303 to schedule an exam.

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