PENNSYLVANIA, USA — Like humans, animals are sensitive to when the weather changes as well.
Many of us experience seasonal allergies, whether that be during the winter, spring, summer, or fall. Our pets are no exception.
And since this has been such a unseasonably warm winter, our pets' allergies might be even more than normal.
This is why Dr. Bill Lewis of Lincoln Highway Vet Clinic joined FOX43 on Jan. 4 to discuss how to help your pets with their allergies.
He spoke about signs to look out for that indicate your pet might be experiencing allergies, and what steps you can take to help them feel better in an interview with FOX43's Jackie De Tore.
To hear more of what Dr. Lewis had to say, check out the clip above. You can also learn more by visiting Lincoln Highway Vet Clinic's website.