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What Can I Give My Dog For Allergies?


Beautiful flowers and blooming trees in spring. Green grass in the summer. It’s all really pretty, but as the seasons change, so do the pollens and allergens in the air. Dogs can suffer from environmental allergies just like people, but they don't usually get runny noses or watery eyes; instead, their immune system reacts with itchy skin, redness and hives that cause them to constantly bite and lick. If you find your dog scratching but no fleas can be found, you might be dealing with environmental allergies. You may be wondering: What can I give my dog for allergies?

Sometimes a cone is the only thing that will stop your pet from licking and chewing on red, irritated skin. Conventional veterinary treatment for allergies consists of steroids, antibiotics and antihistamines. Most dogs will finish a course of medication and then, within a short period of time, the symptoms return. Dogs with allergies get into a cycle of prescription medications and overuse can weaken their immune system and overall health. Natural remedies for dog allergies, such as quercetin for dogs, can offer safe, long-lasting results.




Is Quercetin Safe for Dogs?

Quercetin is scientifically proven to reduce your dog's histamine response, providing much-needed relief from allergies and inflammation. Quercetin belongs to a class of water-soluble plant pigments called flavonoids. Flavonoids are found in many richly-pigmented fruits and vegetables, like cranberries, blueberries, kale, spinach and sweet potatoes. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid that acts as an antihistamine for dogs and has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Our quercetin supplement, AllerEaze, is recommended by veterinarians nationwide as a safe and effective dog allergy treatment.

Quercetin has been referred to as a natural “Benadryl.” During an allergic reaction, the body releases histamine. Histamine is an organic compound responsible for the inflammatory and itch response of the immune system. Quercetin turns off the histamine response that causes the inflammation. Research shows that nettle leaf is also helpful for allergies and in reducing the symptoms of hay fever, so we combined these powerful, natural anti-inflammatory herbs in AllerEaze. These two herbs (quercetin and nettles) help reduce dog scratching and provide relief from the itch and inflammation.

Quercetin relieves excessive scratching and itching, redness in paws and other symptoms related to seasonal allergies, helps reduce histamine response with mast cell tumors, and has been shown to have anti-cancer effects.


Quercetin: A Natural Antihistamine For Dogs

Are you struggling with how to treat dog allergies? Are you searching for an effective allergy medicine for dogs? A safe alternative to prescription medications? Look no further! Many veterinarians suggest Benadryl or Apoquel for allergies in dogs. Like any medication, they do provide relief from symptoms, but they can come with negative side effects. Antihistamines, like diphenhydramine, can cause drowsiness or increased heart rate in some dogs, while immunosuppressants, like oclacitinib, basically reduce the immune system's ability to react to bacteria, fungi and viruses. Steroid medications, like prednisone, reduce swelling, but they do so by suppressing the body's natural immune response. Short-term use will stop the itching and scratching but may make your dog more susceptible to illnesses or infections not related to allergies. Studies report an unusually high number of dogs with side effects such as weight gain, ear infections and uneasiness. Medications that provide temporary relief by masking the symptoms are not addressing the root cause of the allergies.

Quercetin is an all-natural allergy medicine for dogs. AllerEaze is an herbal blend of quercetin and nettle leaf, powerful antihistamine and anti-inflammatory ingredients. It is made in the USA with non-GMO ingredients. Our quercetin for dogs can help reduce inflammation and allergic responses.


Quercetin For Dogs Can Help Reduce Inflammation & Allergic Responses


  • Quercetin for Dog Allergies (Seasonal)

    Respiratory symptoms, such as sneezing and eye irritation, are common allergy symptoms in humans, but dogs react with excessive scratching, licking, chewing, rashes, hot spots, hair loss and even digestive upset. Dog owners may not realize that their dogs can have seasonal allergies. Many holistic veterinarians refer to quercetin as nature’s own Benadryl. It is a safe, natural alternative to Apoquel. Quercetin suppresses the histamine reaction and blocks inflammatory enzymes to reduce swelling and itching. Quercetin can help keep your dog comfortable during allergy season.

    Most dogs with seasonal allergies have either taken antibiotics or steroids at some point to control their allergies. These medications destroy the natural bacteria your pet needs to maintain a healthy immune system. Many dogs with allergies will also have ear infections, genital licking, digestive symptoms such as loose stool and skin infections, and with all of these conditions, the pet will benefit from Power Probiotic. If your pet has allergies, for best results, use AllerEaze along with Power Probiotic, as the two provide a combined benefit in supporting the immune system. We offer the two products together at a discounted package price.

  • Dogs With Mast Cell Tumors (MCTs)

    Canine mast cell tumors are the most common type of skin cancer found in dogs. They can be found on the limbs, in between toes and in the spleen, liver and bone marrow. Both normal and cancerous mast cells contain chemicals that can be released into surrounding tissues. When these chemicals (particularly histamine) are released into the normal surrounding body tissues, side effects can include digestive problems (for example: bleeding ulcers), skin rashes, shortness of breath and other symptoms.

    The quercetin in AllerEaze helps to control the histamine response from mast cell tumors and reduce inflammation, which reduces recurrences. According to scientific research, quercetin and flavonoids have been shown to limit cancer cell growth in tumors. Quercetin helps to reduce cancer-feeding inflammation and decreases the blood flow to cancer cells. Mast cell tumors vary greatly in their size, shape, appearance and texture. The only way to definitely identify them is with a biopsy and pathology report, which help to diagnose them based on location, grade and size. If your dog is diagnosed with a mast cell tumor, a holistic approach with diet changes and supplements can be used along with conventional treatments provided by your veterinarian to support your dog's immune system and prevent recurrence. Happy Paws Hemp Extract, Curcumin Complex for Pets and Resveratrol for Dogs have also been very helpful for dogs with mast cell tumors.





Allergy Symptoms in Dogs

How can I relieve the itch? Stop the scratching? Allergies are cumulative, meaning they build up with increased exposure. In dogs, the most common signs of allergies are not respiratory responses but allergic dermatitis. Allergic dermatitis is skin inflammation resulting from itching and irritation. The scratching and chewing can lead to hair loss, puffy eyes and hot spots. Hot spots are inflamed, infected skin lesions that are the result of constant licking, biting and scratching. These areas are very uncomfortable for your dog, and many times they quickly progress to open sores with bleeding and hair loss.

  • Itching and scratching

  • Swelling of the face, ears, lips or eyes

  • Red, inflamed skin

  • Sneezing or wheezing

  • Constant licking

  • Hair loss

  • Ear infections

  • Runny discharge from the eyes or nose

  • Gastrointestinal problems: diarrhea, gas, itchy rear end



Types of Allergies in Dogs

The best way to protect your dog from an allergic response is to make sure your pet avoids the allergen, but it can be difficult to determine what’s causing an allergy in a dog. An allergy is the immune system's response to a "dangerous" or "harmful" substance. The immune system tries to get rid of the substance and a variety of skin, respiratory and digestive symptoms appear. A reaction to seasonal allergens can be similar to a food allergy or flea allergy dermatitis.

  • Seasonal Environmental Allergies

    Some of the most common causes of seasonal environmental allergies in dogs include dust, dust mites, mold, pollen and grass. These irritants are more prolific during certain times of the year, and your dog's reaction can be exacerbated if it spends a lot of time outdoors.

  • Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD)

    Flea allergy dermatitis occurs when a dog's immune system is hypersensitive to the antigen or protein in the flea saliva. One flea bite can cause intense itching that can last for days. This can be difficult to diagnose, as there does not need to be a flea infestation; it can be from one single flea.

  • Food Allergies

    It can take years for a dog to develop a food allergy. It can eat the same food every day and suddenly become allergic to a single ingredient or a complete protein source. Your dog could also be allergic to the dyes and additives in many commercial treats. To make diagnosis even more difficult, approximately 30% of dogs with food allergies also have environmental triggers.

  • Other Environmental Allergies

    Dogs can also have allergic reactions to many household chemicals, mold and mildew. Many of us treat our pets like children, so assume that they need the same environment free from pollutants and moisture. The candle you are burning or the scented laundry detergent you use can also impact your dog. Pets are much more sensitive to airborne particulates, and the exposure can cause breathing problems.


Where Can I Buy Quercetin For Dogs?

Ordering the best quercetin for dogs is easy! Simply click on the link below to order AllerEaze. Our dedicated team is available to ship orders every weekday. Order now to give your dog relief from the itch and inflammation.



AllerEaze For Pets - Contains quercetin and nettles.
Natural anti-histamine and anti-inflammatory plant extracts.
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AllerEaze Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the best holistic treatment for pet allergies?

AllerEaze is an all-natural remedy for seasonal allergies in dogs and cats. It contains quercetin, a flavonoid that is scientifically proven to suppress allergic response and histamine release. AllerEaze also contains nettle leaf, a plant extract that helps to control inflammatory responses.

Can dogs and cats have environmental and grass allergies?

Cats and dogs are not allergic to grass but to the grass pollens. These pollens can travel through the air for miles, so cats and dogs can show allergy symptoms even if you don’t have grass in your yard. The most common symptom of environmental allergies in pets is itching. They may also sneeze and have irritation or draining at the eyes. AllerEaze provides natural anti-inflammatory and antihistamine relief for your pet.

What can I give my dog for allergies and itching?

AllerEaze is an all-natural antihistamine that provides fast relief for pet allergies, making it an excellent anti-itch remedy for dogs. Allergic dog itching results in scratching, chewing and biting. Rashes and hives are also common allergic reactions. Most of your dog’s immune system is located within the digestive tract, and skin problems can also result from food allergies. Many pets with allergies also have a yeast overgrowth, which can cause doggie odor, constant licking at the paws and genital area, scooting and ear infections. K9 Yeast Defense is excellent at controlling yeast overgrowth and works well with AllerEaze.

Is quercetin a natural anti-histamine for dogs and cats?

Quercetin is scientifically proven to have anti-allergic and antihistamine properties. Histamine is released as your pet’s immune system responds to a substance (pollen or other allergen) coming in contact with the mucous membranes (nose, mouth, intestines, etc). Antihistamines block the allergic reaction. Quercetin has been referred to as a natural Benadryl.