By Kate Kellogg, Health and Science Reporter The health and safety of dogs and other pets depends on many things.
And in the case of allergies, they can affect their ability to fight off infections.
So, when someone sees your dog with a skin infection, what do you do?
You can use your own immune system to fight it off.
But some vets have been experimenting with the use of steroids.
Veterinarians in the US and UK have been using steroids for years, and they are used by vets in Australia and Canada as well.
But what is it about steroids that causes them to cause an allergic reaction?
Why are some vets injecting steroids to help their dogs fight off allergies?
The answer lies in the steroid’s effect on the immune system.
The body has many pathways in its body, including the immune cells that are responsible for fighting infections.
These cells can react to certain molecules, such as certain viruses, by producing proteins.
This reaction can lead to the production of proteins that help the body fight off certain viruses.
This is why injections of steroids are known as anti-allergy medicines.
But, steroids also have an effect on these immune cells, and that’s why they can cause allergic reactions.
So the immune response that the body produces when it receives steroids can lead the body to produce proteins that can trigger a reaction in the immune systems of the dogs and cats.
This can be dangerous, as the immune responses in animals and humans can be highly contagious.
So what can you do if you suspect your dog may be suffering from an allergy?
Some vets inject steroids in an attempt to get rid of their dogs’ skin allergies, or their dogs can be injected for an anti-histamine and for a bone marrow transplant.
These drugs are very expensive and, if used too often, can cause side effects, such a serious allergic reaction, which can lead their owners to stop caring for them.
You can also use an alternative treatment if your pet’s allergies have been treated successfully, such an antihistamine called praziquantel.
It is a very common drug that is often prescribed to dogs for skin allergies.
But it is also used to treat other conditions in dogs, such itchy eyes, ear infections, and skin infections, including psoriasis and psorocytic arthritis.
The drugs that dogs get injected with are called antihistamines, and the side effects that are common with the drugs are called allergy reactions.
They can include a burning sensation in the mouth, throat or throat mucus, sneezing, runny nose, hives, and itching.
But these reactions can also be quite mild, and most dogs will not experience any allergic symptoms.
They are more common in younger dogs, who are usually less tolerant to steroids, and can have mild reactions.
Some vets also inject steroids into the skin in an effort to fight the infection that the dog has, but that doesn’t usually result in allergic reactions, either.
So you can tell if the dogs are having an allergic response by looking for an allergic skin reaction, but don’t use steroids if you are not sure.
And, you should also be careful not to use steroids in the wrong place, or if you inject steroids from an injection site, such you inject them into your dog’s nose, or your dog might swallow them and become allergic to them.
What are the possible side effects of steroids?
Some of the side reactions can be serious, including: an allergic attack called dermatitis (skin rash or swelling), or eczema, which is a skin condition that is caused by the sweat glands on your dog