Flea Allergy Dermatitis
Flea Allergy Dermatitis Facts and Advice
With all of the different kinds of dermatitis that humans can suffer from, it is sometimes hard to remember that dogs and cats, our family pets, can suffer from a type of dermatitis too.
Flea allergy dermatitis is a common problem that dogs and cats can get and one that can be very painful for them.
This is an itchy skin condition for them that is caused by a reaction from the flea saliva that is left behind when the flea bites the animal.
The most affected areas on a dog will be the upper tail, the back of the legs, and the lower back and there will be some hair loss there.
It is important to treat your pet and home for flea infestations if you see that they are biting, chewing, or scratching at themselves too much.
Remember, fleas will not only bite your pets, but they can and will bite you as well. So for the sake of every person and animal in the home, make sure that flea infestations are treated promptly and never just left alone.
The longer you wait, the bigger problem you will have on your hands and before you know it, everywhere you walk or sit, you will find fleas jumping.
And this will only make sure that the flea allergy dermatitis gets worse for your family pet.
Preventing The Problem
The best way to keep your pet safe from flea allergy dermatitis is to try and prevent it from ever becoming a possibility in the first place. At the fist sign of fleas, you need to take action before you or your pet gets hurt.
Also, it is highly recommended that monthly treatment of flea and tick control is done and done on a regular basis.
This will mean that if a tick or flea comes into contact with the fur of your pet, it will be killed. Once the flea is killed, you are safe from it adding to any population of fleas in your home and you are keeping your pet safe from flea allergy dermatitis.
The reason your pet will be safe from the flea allergy dermatitis is because the flea will never be given to chance to bite. If the flea does not have the chance to bite, this means that the flea saliva will not be entered into the skin of the cat or dog.
Now, if your pet is already having trouble with flea allergy dermatitis, an injection of steroids can help the problem and then that is followed up by an antibiotic in order to stop any infection from growing or getting worse.
Either way you look at it, whether you are preventing the flea allergy dermatitis or treating a current problem, the steps to take are simple and very affordable.
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