Seasonal Allergy Dog Soft Chews

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Seasonal Allergy Dog Soft Chews

Is your Lab constantly scratching, rubbing, licking, shaking, and ultimately, turning red? Nine out of 10 times, it’s probably because she is exhibiting early seasonal allergy symptoms, and she needs some relief.

Vet’s Best Seasonal Allergy Dog Chews can treat and prevent your dog from those unbearable skin irritations — and keep her from having a crummy, miserable day.

One chewy per day is all it takes to keep the allergy symptoms at bay. And this bag of tasty goodness is not only loaded with natural ingredients and vitamins, but it’s veterinarian-recommended… and Lab-approved! (Wink, Wink!)

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