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Allergen is the medical term for the actual substance that causes an allergic reaction. Touching or inhaling allergens leads to reactions in allergic. Signs Your Dog is Having an Allergic Reaction · Excessive paw-licking · Scratching and butt-scooting · Hair loss, either an all-over thinning or bald spots. Dog allergens can produce nasal congestion, runny nose, itchy nose, sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, coughing, a scratchy sore throat, itchy skin rashes or.

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Reduce the allergens and your symptoms · 1. Create an "allergy free" zone in your home—preferably the allergic person's bedroom—and strictly prohibit the pet's. Dog allergens can produce nasal congestion, runny nose, itchy nose, sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, coughing, a scratchy sore throat, itchy skin rashes or. Cat and dog allergens can land on the membranes that line the eyes and nose. Reactions include swelling and itching of the membranes, stuffy nose and inflamed.

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Cat and dog allergens can land on the membranes that line the eyes and nose. Reactions include swelling and itching of the membranes, stuffy nose and inflamed. An allergen is a normally harmless substance that triggers the immune system to overreact in people with allergies. This response can cause allergy symptoms. Dog Allergy Symptoms · Excessive licking · Compulsive scratching · Periodic chewing on the same or different body parts or areas · Regularly rubbing body or body.