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5 years ago

are these allergies constant or seasonal?  did they test for grass and food allergies?  in my limited research, those seem to be exceedingly common allergies.

check her food – what protein sources are used?  try for something that isn’t lamb, chicken, or beef (chicken and beef seem to be the most common proteins to which dogs end up allergic, and lamb’s slowly joining them).  go with a novel protein like duck, venison, bison, etc.  this may help.

julie brader
5 years ago

p.s. I’m in the UK and you can buy Antihistamines here called Piriton. They are a human medication but very safe for dogs if you can get them. Might help her….just a thought. 

julie brader
5 years ago

Hello Richard, I’m sorry to hear Roxy is having so many problems with her skin…it must be awful for her and you having to see it. Firstly have any of the 4 Vets carried out tests such as skin scrapings and bloodwork? Vets can check against all sorts of things to narrow down what she is actually allergic to.  Have any of the Vets suggested antihistamines? Constantly giving steriods will only mask the problem and is not doing her any good. Steriods thin bones, lower the immune system ect ok short term but not long term. Diet….what are you feeding… Read more »