Dog Allergies Asthma-The Simple Key to Cure and Prevention

dog allergies asthmaIn the canine population, dog allergies asthma is an ailment that strikes across all lines regardless of age or breed.  When the airways become obstructed and start to spasm as they fill with mucous, the lack of oxygen coming into the lungs can undoubtedly have grave consequences.

What’s the Safe Natural Option?

Feeling there is little else they can do, many dog owners resign themselves to spending hundreds if not thousands each year in vet visits and medications for asthmatic pets. Yet there is another option that is safe, natural and can have both dogs and their owners breathing much easier within a matter of weeks.

Conventional knowledge asserts that there is no real main cause for dog asthma although it is mostly blamed on environmental factors such as airborne allergens or viral infections. When a dog is diagnosed with asthma, a veterinarian will prescribe a course of treatment that focuses on controlling the symptoms. Unfortunately, treating an illness in this manner leaves the underlying cause free to antagonize a dog at will.

The Key to Cure the Dog Allergy Symptoms?

The key to curing and preventing dog asthma altogether starts with understanding the fact that 90% of illness in dogs is diet related. When the vast majority of dogs have known nothing but a commercially prepared food source all their lives, pet owners would do well to give their canine companion’s diet a good hard look. While dog food companies tout their products as ‘wholesome’ and ‘balanced’, the truth is pet foods are made from ingredients a dog’s physiology was never designed to process.

Dog Allergies and Asthma Symptoms

The hallmark of allergic bronchitis is a chronic, dry hacking cough, which can come on slowly or suddenly. Other common signs include:

Respiratory distress (difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, wheezing, dyspnea)
Open-mouth breathing
Cough (dry, hacking)
Pale mucous membranes (blue-ish gums)
Lethargy
Exercise intolerance
Lack of appetite
Weight loss

Also check his environment for allergens including cigarette or cigar smoke, wood burning stoves, fireplaces, carpet or floor cleaners and deodorizers and air fresheners.

As stated by leading dog health author, Ann N. Martin:

“The pet food industry, a billion-dollar, unregulated operation, feeds on the garbage that otherwise would wind up in landfills or be transformed into fertilizer. The hidden ingredients in a can of commercial pet food may include road kill and the rendered remains of cats and dogs. The pet food industry claims that its products constitute a ‘complete and balanced diet’ but, in reality, commercial pet food is unfit for human or animal consumption.”

Allergies and Asthma – Your Dogs Immune System Needs Boosting to Heal

Ingesting chemicals, toxins and other non nutritive components on a daily basis is a surefire way to compromise a dog’s immune system to the point that health issues like asthma take a stubborn foothold. An immune system that is in prime condition has no problem fighting off the allergens and viruses that trigger asthma attacks. Rather than expensive medications that only offer temporary relief for dog asthma, the main goal for pet owners should be to boost their dog’s immune system through a diet based around the core ingredients of raw meat on the bone.

Raw meat and bone contains the unaltered nutrients that put the immune system back where it needs to be. This is because the live enzymes, phytochemicals, antioxidants, flavinoids, vitamins, minerals and the full range of over 35 proteins within work as both food and dog allergy medicine in the canine system.

Once the healing begins, pet owners will see that a diet of raw meat and bone is the most essential element to reversing the downward spiral of dog allergies asthma and many other canine illnesses.

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Dan is an experienced dog nutrition and home remedy specialist, helping dog owners discover the effective, natural, simple, low cost and swift solutions to having a healthy, happy, obedient and low maintenance dog for life.

Comments

  1. Stefanie says:

    Hi there, I was just wondering if you could describe to me the symptoms of dog asthma – my Dalmatian just woke us up with trouble breathing and shortness of breath but as soon as I comforted him and calmed him down it seemed to subside for the time being (he has had three minor cases in the last half an hour) but now he’s resting quietly

  2. Hi Stefanie, Generally this only happens to older dogs. The hallmark of allergic bronchitis is a chronic, dry hacking cough, which can come on slowly or suddenly. Other common signs include:

    Respiratory distress (difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, wheezing, dyspnea)
    Open-mouth breathing
    Cough (dry, hacking)
    Pale mucous membranes (blue-ish gums)
    Lethargy
    Exercise intolerance
    Lack of appetite
    Weight loss

    Also check his environment for allergens including cigarette or cigar smoke, wood burning stoves, fireplaces, carpet or floor cleaners and deodorizers and air fresheners.

    Hope this helps.

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