Treatment Type: Lifestyle Practices
Rated for: Rottweiler
Posted Dec. 2, 2017
While the internet can be extremely useful when looking for things like toys, reviews on different kinds of dog food, and assistance with training. However, in a situation where your pet may be having an allergic reaction, the web is not the place to go. Once you begin to notice a rash, swelling, trouble breathing, or other symptoms associated with allergic reaction, you need to take your pet to the nearest vet or emergency clinic. It can take just a few minutes before you find your dog in a life threatening situation, so be sure to act quickly and calmly.