What Is Flea Allergy Dermatitis?

Q:
What is flea allergy dermatitis?

A:
Flea allergy dermatitis is a disease of dogs and cats. It is most active in summer. It is also the most common cause of skin disease. Symptoms of flea allergy dermatitis include:

  • Flea allergy dermatitis.
  • Redness.
  • Bumps.
  • Pus-filled bumps.
  • Scabs.
  • Hair loss(Serious condition).
  • Dogs show hair loss and rash on the lower back, upper tail, neck and the back of the legs.
  • Cats may develop skin problems including feline eosinophilic granuloma, miliary dermatitis, or self-inflicted alopecia.

If you find that your pet has symptoms above, you had better take your pet to the clinic of a vet. Vet will diagnose your pet and tell you whether it develops flea allergy dermatitis. Many pets with flea allergy dermatitis may also have other allergies. Therefore, before you take your pet to receive diagnosis, regulate its daily consumption and care more about it.

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