Seasonal Allergies? [25% OFF Krill]

July 20th, 2022 at 9:27 am EDT

Hello Friend,


A cheery Wednesday to you!

Summer is here with ALL of the allergens..plants are growing, grasses, flowers, house dust mites and more!

I can't say much about people, but I can suggest something to help your dog (and cat)...

Omega 3 supplements are considered one of the most important natural anti-inflammatories for skin disease, and Krill can be especially helpful with a higher levels of EPA and DHA.

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Pet seasonal allergy symptoms to look for

Dogs and cats show similar allergy symptoms as humans, yet they experience them most through their skin. Excessive scratching likely means itchy, irritated skin. Here are a few more symptoms to watch out for: 

  • Scratching and biting their coat or skin

  • Red, inflamed, or infected skin

  • Excessive shedding

  • Compulsive paw licking in dogs

  • Boot scoots or licking their anal glands

  • Chronic ear infections or red, waxy ears (common for dogs who are prone to ear problems in the first place)

  • Respiratory issues, such as difficulty breathing, coughing, or wheezing (more common in cats)

This is far more common in dogs, although some cats do suffer from allergies.

Atopy, (environmental allergy) often can start out as seasonal ( ie when plants grow, pollinate), but can then become a year round concern.


There are many remedies, but there are 2 supplements in particular that you should consider.

1. Omega 3 Fatty Acids. There is more evidence, and clinical results supporting the benefits of EFA's than any other supplement. The anti-inflammatory components of the Essential Fatty Acids are EPA and DHA can cause a marked decrease in the level of redness and ongoing scratching.

The important point here is to have a HIGHER than typically suggested dose to see a benefit, and to give the CORRECT type of Omega 3.

New research is suggesting that Krill can be better absorbed, ultimately giving better results.

Regardless, it needs to be at a high enough dose.

My suggested dose of the Fish Oil supplements are 1000mg per 20lbs of body weight daily

Doses of Krill can be lower at 500mg/20lbs daily, but if after 14 days there is no great response, then double this dose.

2. A Natural Antihistamine in the form of Quercetin.

Quercetin has been extensively studied, and some researchers claim it is the most beneficial supplement for Seasonal Allergies. It is a flavonoid (beneficial nutrient), that is found in apple peel, red onion etc..

Consider this one study:

Published online 2016 May 12. doi: 10.3390/molecules21050623

PMCID: PMC6273625

PMID: 27187333

Quercetin and Its Anti-Allergic Immune Response

Allergic disorders (skin, food and respiratory allergies) have been rapidly increasing worldwide during the last three decades. Therefore, there is a demand for new sources of anti-allergic bioactive compounds.

Nowadays, most attention has been focused on flavonoids, especially quercetin.

Quercetin displays high antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that have been proven by many in vivo and in vitro studies. Quercetin’s anti-allergic mechanism of action through the inhibition of enzymes and inflammatory mediators has also been extensively studied.

Standard Quercetin Dose: 100mg/10lbs daily.

I would suggest using Bioactive Quercetin which is much better absorbed up to 40 times). It typically comes in 50mg capsules.

Bioactive Quercetin Dose of 50mg/20lbs daily

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew

P.S. Krill Oil seems to have better absorption than Fish Oil, and many people report it giving better results (as in decreasing the level of itchiness).

Dr Jones' Natural Krill Oil provides high levels of the important Fatty Acids, EPA and DHA, better absorption/bioavailability, WITHOUT the toxins now found in many Fish Oil supplements.

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DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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