I don't know about you, but I do have one dog that suffers from seasonal threats. Funny enough, this all started later in life, just after she was spayed...coincidence? Maybe.
As sad as I am for this development in her health, really the bottom line is HOW to deal with it within the parameters that I want...which means keeping it natural.
I help MANY people in this realm, most do not come to me purposefully for this reason, I am not a vet. But what happens, is they reach out to me for training on one level or another. It could be basic skills to major behavior issues, and inevitably diet comes up in the conversation, which then leads to any potential health concerns and so on. I specialize in the WHOLE dog, as I find that everything goes hand in hand.
So, what did I do for my girl? I really wanted to get down to the base of the problem, which so many people tend to avoid, trying to band aid the situation. I am a firm believer...