Bee Stings in Dogs:
Learn Symptoms & Treatment
Bee stings in dogs are usually not life-threatening. However, some
dogs will have a severe allergic reaction that requires immediate action or the dog may go into shock and die. Betty, our
foster pit bull, has had an allergic reaction three times, developing
hives all over her body, especially on her legs (see photo).
Has your dog been stung by a bee or wasp and you want to know what to do?
Or maybe you’re not sure if your dog
was stung, so you want to
know the symptoms.
My 17-page e-book, “How to Treat Bee Stings in Dogs,” tells
you what to look for and what to do if your dog has been stung:
- Most dogs will not have an allergic
reaction to a bee sting but need to receive care for the sting wound and
related pain. Pages 7-8 and 10-11 tell you how to reduce your dog’s swelling and pain.
- Some dogs will have an allergic
reaction to a bee or wasp sting. The reaction may be mild or it may be severe and life-threatening. Pages 5-6 provide
photos and a description of symptoms. Find out if your dog is at risk of going
- A commonly used over-the-counter human
allergy medicine can reduce the symptoms of a dog’s allergic reaction to a bee
or wasp sting and may even save the dog's life if he is having a severe reaction.
Pages 8-9 tell you what medicine to give your dog and how to figure the dose.
- You’ll find tips on pages 13-14 on
how to plan ahead and be proactive to reduce your dog’s likelihood of being
stung in the future. Pages 3-4 explain the habits of bees and wasps so that you
and your dog can avoid annoying these stinging insects and reduce the chances
of getting stung.
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