Hialeah Gardens, FL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/20/2014 -- Atopic Dermatitis is an allergic reaction which is the body’s immune system to overreacting, causing a rash or hives on the pet’s skin. Urticaria, or hives, is a sign of an allergic reaction. A severe reaction may result in the pet being covered with hives, swelling around the face and eyes, or even drooling. The most commonly seen locations for a pet to develop these hives are between the digits, the groin, underneath the limbs, the muzzle, ankles, wrists, and ears. A pet which has Atopic dermatitis may also loose hair due to intense itching. Hives or skin irritations may not be visible on long haired pets therefore pet handlers will note physical signs. Physical signs in which a pet may display include continuous scratching, biting or licking at the skin, or rubbing their bodies along the ground.
Product to cure ailment:
Cyclosporine works against the hyper reacting immune system through suppression. Cyclosporine will decrease the activity of the immune system, blocking stimulants of foreign invaders, and decreasing the immune’s antibodies. Unfortunately by decreasing the immunity within a dog he may acquire infections more easily while taking Cyclosporine. Cyclosporine is taken for a short period of time in most cases therefore reducing the changes of secondary infections. Possible side effects which could be noted by a pet owner while taking Cyclosporine include; localized lymph node swelling (lymphadenopathy), gum overgrowth, lethargy, anorexia, infections of the urinary organs, and inner ear inflammation commonly known as swimmer Otitis.
Cyclosporine, also known as Atopica, is prescribed to patients who have moderate to severe atopic dermatitis. Cyclosporine can be obtained with a prescription from a licensed veterinary practitioner in tablet formations of include 100 mg, 50 mg, and 10 mg tablets to coincide with the variation weight of the patient.
Commonly affected breed, Breed description, & other aliments to affect this breed:
Atopic dermatitis can occur in any breed of feline or canine. The canine species has been reported at a higher rate from contraction of atopic dermatitis than the feline species. Atopic dermatitis can occur in pets due to a reaction of flea bites, pollen, dust, perfumes, chemicals, shampoos, topical treatments, hair products, and household cleaners. Owners which suspect their pet is having an allergic reaction should contact a veterinarian promptly to schedule an allergen test. An allergen test will narrow down the possibilities of allergy causing products affecting your pet.
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