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Pet Allergy

About Pet Allergy

Running nose or watery eyes or you start sneezing continuously when petting or playing with an animal, you are likely to have pet allergy.

On the other hand, cat produces multiple allergens. Characteristics of a cat also plays a major role in allergens especially, fur, time spent indoor, saliva and skin.


  • Running nose
  • Watery, red, itchy eyes
  • Cough, breathing problem
  • Skin rash or hives
  • Nasal congestion


A small amount of cat or dog allergen is placed on the skin to monitor swelling, redness or other reactions within 15 to 20 minutes.


  • Give your pet a bath weekly once
  • Restrict your pet from entering every room in your house
  • Always wash your hands with soap and water after petting or playing with your pet
  • Clean your living and bedroom continuously
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