I just started my dog on allergy injections, should I keep giving her Benadryl?

I just started my dog on allergy injections but the brochure says that it can take up to 6 months to show improvement, do I keep giving her the Benadryl and Claritin that she usually takes (she takes a Benadryl and ½ a Claritin twice a day)?
Asked Jul 01, 2010
I would direct that question to the vet that prescribed the alergy injections.

Benadryl sounds like skin alergies. My golden retriever had severe skin allergies and our vet put her on a dog food called "Evo" (link below) that is all natural. In about a month it cleared up and she now has a beautiful coat and doesn't scratch at all. We get it at a store called Care-A-Lot, don't know if it's a chain or not.

If you try it, over a week, gradually blend it in with the current food until it's 100% Evo, otherwise the dog may get diarrhea.


Answered Jul 01, 2010
You can protect you dog from developing intestinal problems, caused from eating cat litter out of the litter pan. The LitterHouse stops dogs from getting to the litter box. Only available at the LitterHouse pet store
Answered Nov 12, 2012

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