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Allergies can make life uncomfortable for your pet. Protect them from irritation with proper testing and treatment to relieve any symptoms.


Seasonal and food allergies can make life uncomfortable for your pet. Protect your cat, dog, or other animal from irritating allergies with a proper diagnosis through allergy testing.

Why should my pet get tested for allergies?

With a proper diagnosis, we can implement a long-term treatment plan to help relieve symptoms and improve your pet’s quality of life. Every environment is unique and every pet can have their own reactions to those environments.

When should my pet get tested?

Your pet deserves to be free of discomfort. The first step in allergy treatment is preliminary testing through a routine wellness exam. If your pet is currently showing signs of discomfort, please schedule an appointment with our veterinarians as soon as possible. Allergic reaction symptoms include:

  • scratching

  • shaking of the head

  • rubbing of the ears or muzzle

  • licking of the feet

  • raised circular lesions

  • generalized flakiness and hair loss

  • intense itching

How does allergy testing work?

We’re determined to help you discover the cause of your pet’s irritation, whether it be in-house allergy testing or dietary trials. We will recommend the best long-term treatment plans to get them back on track to live their happy, healthy life. Veterinary allergy testing can be done in a variety of ways. Hypoallergenic diet trials can help with food allergies, while a specialized blood test can done to test for allergies to different environmental allergies.

Allergy Types

Inhalant Allergy

Inhalant allergies, or atopy, is the most common kind of allergy seen in pets. Allergic reactions may be from tree pollen, grass pollen, weed pollen, mold spores, and house dust mites.

Food Allergy

Food allergies typically take a long time to develop and can display themselves as skin problems or digestive issues. The allergy can be to proteins such as beef, chicken, or pork, or to carbohydrates such as rice or wheat.+

Flea Allergy

Flea Allergy is the most common skin disease in dogs and can be triggered year round. Often the pet is so sensitive to the flea, owners never even see the fleas.