Help your dog beat common allergies with allergy medicine made just for him. Chewy carries lots of prescription allergy meds for dogs including daily allergy pills, antihistamines and anti-inflammatories. You can also order prescription creams and tablets for skin allergies.
Your vet can advise you on the best allergy medicine for the particular sensitivities that plague your pup. She may recommend a short-term dog allergy medication for seasonal issues or a long-term allergy treatment regimen for more persistent issues. Your vet can also advise you on whether a lower-dose puppy allergy medicine might help a younger dog with allergies feel better.
Allergy relief can sometimes be achieved by avoiding outdoor allergens or through a limited ingredient or hypoallergenic diet. Your vet may suggest these or other interventions before trying a prescription allergy medication. Allergies in dogs can appear as digestive issues, skin troubles, eye and ear complaints, or respiratory problems. Only a medical professional can accurately diagnose your dog and prescribe the right treatment for his issues.
You can find the medicines you need to clear up allergies and other health issues in the Chewy Pet Pharmacy. Order everything from prescription dog medicine to cat allergy medicine with just a few clicks and a prescription from your vet. You’ll find a great selection of allergy medicine and everything else you need for a healthy pet!
Frequently Asked Questions About Prescription Allergy Medicine for Dogs
How do I get dog allergy medicine prescriptions online at Chewy Pharmacy?
Get dog allergy medicine prescriptions online at Chewy Pharmacy by first visiting your vet for a prescription. Then, go online and add the appropriate allergy product to your cart. At checkout, you can add your vet contact info and pet information so Chewy can verify the prescription on your behalf. Getting your dog prescriptions filled is super easy with Chewy!
What prescription dog allergy medicine is best?
The best dog allergy medicine is the one your vet recommends for your pup. Commonly prescribed medications include Apoquel, prednisolone, Medrol and diphenhydramine, but there are many others, and some are better suited to specific canine allergies. Your vet may have you try different products until you find one that works well for your dog.
What is the difference between over-the-counter and prescription dog allergy medicine?
The difference between over-the-counter and prescription dog allergy medicine is that you need a vet to prescribe the latter. The ingredients in prescription medications are more carefully controlled and regulated, and therefore, dosing may be more precise and possibly safer. Many prescription treatments are more effective than over the counter products, as well. Your vet can give you the most up-to-date information on what is designed to treat the allergies your dog has and what might work best for him.
What dog breeds are predisposed to allergies?
Many dog breeds are predisposed to allergies, including Boston terriers, boxers, Chinese shar-peis, dalmatians, fox terriers, golden retrievers, Labrador retrievers, Lhasa apsos, Scottish terriers, shih tzus, and West Highland white terriers. Any breed of dog, including mixed breeds, may develop allergies. Onset usually occurs between six months and three years of age, and symptoms may be seasonal or year-round.
How do I set up Autoship for my prescription dog allergy medicine?
Set up Autoship for your prescription dog allergy medicine by selecting Autoship at checkout. Then, choose the frequency of your recurring delivery—you can cancel or change your deliveries any time you want. You must have a valid prescription or remaining refills on file for Autoship deliveries to occur. If we do not receive a prescription, or if your prescription is about to expire, one of our team members will reach out to your vet to obtain the necessary information. You can always have your dog’s allergy meds on hand with convenient Autoship from Chewy!