Misskiwi67 wrote:Studies show each individual antihistamine is abotu 30% effective. You just have to keep trying them until you find one that works for YOUR dog.
Also note antihistamines only work for mild allergies. More severe allergies will require allergy testing and immunotherapy, or long-term steroids or cyclosporine.
Enigma wrote:Hmm... Sorry for hijacking your thread, but I have a question... You wrote about Lotradine, I googled it and it's basically Claritin which I can get here (I'm from Europe too so I also can't get Benedryl)... That's safe for dogs? Brina has some mild problems with allergies when she rubs her belly on grass and she's itchy for a couple of days after. Could I use Claritin tablets made for people in this case?
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