Vet's Best Seasonal Allergy Support is a soothing mix of antioxidants, along with other natural ingredients.
It was created carefully for dogs with seasonal allergies to help maintain normal histamine levels and supports skin health. This is the all natural relief for dogs plagued with seasonal allergies. This soothing and gentle formula contains premium natural ingredients like nettle leaf, perilla leaf extract and rosemary. Nettle leaf is an herb used extensively in Asia, North America and Africa to maintain histamine levels and develop immunity.
For animal use only. Keep out of reach of
children and other animals. In case of accidental
overdose, contact a health professional immediately.
Safe use in
pregnant animals or animals
intended for breeding has
not been proven.
If animal’s condition
worsens or does not
improve, stop product
administration and consult
An examination from a
recommended prior to
using this product.
I have been using this for a couple of months now for seasonal allergy itching. My cocker spaniel seems to develop a problem with itching in the late summer. The main reason for choosing this product was because it contains quercetin, which is great for dealing with allergy symptoms in people as well as dogs. I give my dog a half tablet twice daily. He doesn't like the taste so I crush it and mix it with his canned/dry dog food mixture. You could also use a pill pocket. I also use Allerderm Efa-Z Plus oil added to his food once daily.
a good addition to our Vet's medication for allerg by kacee from orange county, NY09/13/2014
a good clean scent and obviously tasty, our dog loves the chewable tab and it seems to work well to control our dog's allergies along with the apoquel prescribed by the dermatological vet.
Vet's Best Really Works by Randy4 from Michigan's UP03/05/2014
Recently ran out of the Seasonal Allergy Support and within a couple days my lab started scratching again. I took that as proof the product really works and then re-ordered. Am so happy my sister-in-law recommended it to me many months ago as vet was costing me a lot of money doctoring my dog's allergies.
by from 02/04/2014
My Chocolate Lab had been scratching nearly constantly and forever, as well as chewing on his paws and legs. He was miserable and the hair on his legs was getting sparser. Pills from the Vet helped but were not recommended long term, plus were very expensive. The same with the allergy injection given by the Vet.