Pet Allergy Treatments and Pet Pain Management Techniques For Wentzville Area Pets

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Animal Medical Center of Wentzville strives to provide comprehensive veterinary care for your pet. Our veterinary team offers pet allergy treatments and pet pain management techniques to keep your pet comfortable.

Pet Allergies

Yes, your pet can experience allergies. Pet allergies left untreated are uncomfortable and can cause other skin problems resulting from scratching. The most common types of allergies in pets are:

  • Flea allergy
  • Food allergy
  • Inhalant or contact dermatitis (grass, ragweed, pollen)

Based on your pet’s symptoms, we will develop a treatment plan to give your pet allergy relief. We have experience treating many types of conditions such as ear infections, skin infections, and allergic reactions. Our onsite pharmacy stocks a variety of pet allergy options such as:

  • Flea treatments and preventives
  • Prescription pet foods
  • Prescription allergy pills, such as Apoquel by Zoetis
  • Safe and affordable skin supplements
  • Medicated shampoos and topicals
  • Skin antibiotics, including an injection option that
    last 2 weeks in lieu of 2 weeks of pill taking

Pet Pain Management

Your pet’s health and comfort are important to us. Our animal medical center can provide a variety of pet pain management programs to ease your pet’s pain and keep them comfortable.

Often, pets will hide their pain from their owners. Monitoring changes in your pet’s behavior can provide valuable pet pain information. Our veterinary team has the experience to develop pain management treatment plans for all types of pet pain such as arthritis or surgical pain.

We offer a variety of pet pain medication available at our onsite pharmacy. We take great care to explain the dosing, administration and side effects of your pet’s medications to you.

It is important to note, that not all pet pain medications can be shared between dogs and cats. Aspirin, acetaminophen, and ibuprofen carry special dangers for your pet. Not only are they poor pain relievers, but they can cause serious potential side effects such as gastric ulcers/bleeding, or can be extremely toxic causing death.

Please call before giving any medication to your pet that your veterinarian has not prescribed. Please contact us to schedule an appointment. We are pleased to discuss all aspects of your pet’s health care.