1. Apoquel Tablets

Apoquel address the main root of the allergy, providing your dog relief within just 4 hours after consumption. It helps reduce inflammation and itching caused by allergic dermatitis. The drug is suitable for both short and long-term treatment, as long as you follow your veterinarian’s instructions.

2.Prednisone Tablets

This steroid hormone has anti-inflammatory properties and treats symptoms associated with allergies, infections, and even cancer. It’s very potent and with multiple strengths available that range between 1-50mg, it’s important to choose the right amount. Administering it with food can prevent potential stomach upset.

3.Temaril-p Tablets

A combination of antihistamine and a corticosteroid, Temaril-P is tasked with curing a persistent cough usually induced by allergic bronchitis. It blocks the body’s production of substances that trigger a response from the immune system which is why weakness is a common side effect. The dosage is very specific, so follow it carefully.

4.Neo-predef With Tetracaine

This topical powder has multiple uses. It decreases the symptoms of many ear and skin conditions caused by either bacteria or allergies. However, it’s also useful in treating minor cuts and lacerations, as well as postsurgical reduction of pain and inflammation.

5.Chlorpheniramine Maleate Tablets

With noticeable effects within just one hour of administration, these tablets are one of the fastest-acting antihistamines available. They manage symptoms similar to hay fever, which includes sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose, etc. It also works as a mild sedative and could potentially increase sleepiness in dogs.

6.Diphenhydramine Hcl

Essentially a Benadryl for dogs, this compound works in a similar way as it does for humans. It reduces symptoms such as hives, redness, anaphylactic reactions, and coughing. These chewable are individually sealed in a UV-resistant blister pack and have a nice chicken flavor for easy administration.

7.Kenalog 10

Stored in a 5ml vial, the Kenalog 10 is administered intra-articularly. It’s a steroid that mainly treats inflammation and swelling caused by allergic reactions. Beneficial effects are also noticed in the treatment of acute and chronic pain from trauma or injuries.

8. Clemastine Fumarate

If you want to avoid antihistamines with a sedative effect, Clemastine is the perfect alternative. It’s just as effective as some of the more popular medications, albeit with fewer side effects. Still, it’s important to follow the dosage instructions provided by your veterinarian.