Veterinary Allergology

A hypersensitive response to proteins found in an animal's skin cells, saliva or urine is veterinary allergy or Allergology. The pet hair, proteins present in a pet's dander, skin flakes, saliva and urine can originate allergic reaction or cause asthma symptoms in some people. Pet allergy is mostly observed in cats and dogs as they are the most common pets worldwide. Some cases have been seen where hypersensitivity reactions are seen to venom, bite and sting of insects and also to proteins found in animal products where the food allergy comes into picture too. The symptoms may change from one individual to other individual ranging from sneezing, Runny or stuffy nose, Facial pain, Coughing, chest tightness, skin rash or hives to shortness of breath.


  • Allergic Reactions to venom
  • Parasite vaccines
  • Veterinary viral vaccines

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