Dear Chester’s Dad,
I totally understand about socializing at the local dog park and that tag-team sneezing/itching is not going to make either of you any new friends! Dogs with allergies can be a problem, so you should take Chester to visit your local veterinarian.
Options for Treating Dogs with Allergies
One idea you may want to share with your veterinarian is a medication called oclacitinib, which can be compounded at Pet Health, a division of Women’s International Pharmacy, Inc..
Here is the information you can share with your veterinarian:
Oclacitinib: for the control of pruritus and associated skin lesions in dogs with canine allergic dermatitis.
Some examples of strengths of oclacitinib compounded by Pet Health include:
Compounded oclacitinib is shipped overnight on ice. Also, compounded oclacitinib must be stored in the fridge for short term use (days to weeks) and should be stored in the freezer for long-term storage (months).
For any specific questions about oclacitinib or other details about dog allergies, please call Pet Health for additional information at 800.742.0516, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org!