The following blog entries have been tagged "allergies".
Choosing the right breed for your lifestyle is crucial when considering getting a furry companion, and it involves assessing your living situation, preferred activity level, suitable temperament, maintenance and grooming needs, family situation, and the dog's age. While some breeds are known to have specific traits, every dog is unique, and a strong foundation of training, love, and patience goes a long way in getting the right fit. Remember to stay open-minded and flexible, and embark on the journey of finding that perfect fur-friend!
Millions of Americans live with pets despite being allergic to them. Any furry animal, most commonly cats and dogs, may trigger allergy symptoms like sneezing or red, itchy eyes. You may think animal allergies are caused by fur, but that fuzz and fluff is merely a carrier for allergens. Pet dander, the source of allergens, is composed of tiny, even microscopic, proteins from flecks of skin shed by pets.