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Hypoallergenic Dogs and Dog Allergies - list of hypoallergenic skin care products

by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-10-30
Hypoallergenic Dogs and Dog Allergies  -  list of hypoallergenic skin care products
If you are a dog lover and are allergic to dogs, you may be happier with dogs with low allergies.
There are many varieties of dogs with low allergies to choose from, so it's not like you'll only get stuck with one breed.
Small variety, small variety, medium variety
A larger breed, often considered a large breed of dogs with low allergies.
Some popular hybrids are also listed on the list of low-allergy dogs.
Choosing a dog with low allergies can greatly relieve overall allergy symptoms, but this may not be the answer to your allergy to a particular dog.
What is a dog with low allergy?
In general, dogs with low allergies are a breed of dogs that do not fall off.
Although dog hair is the main cause of dog allergies, hair and fur tend to exacerbate the problem.
Including human beings.
For example, I have long hair. I have three daughters with long hair.
When all three still live at home, I always find my hair in the weirdest places.
At least the stray hair is colorful.
I have dark brown hair, a daughter has dark brown hair, a daughter has golden hair, and a daughter has light red hair.
Think about how much human hair you found in the sink and shower.
The human head has an average of about 100,000 hairs.
Does this sound like a lot to you?
As far as I know, the average hair of a dog is about 15,000 hairs per square inch!
This means that only ten square inches of dogs are 50% more than the entire human hair.
If your thang, the math of 10 square inches is equal to a band 2 inch wide and 5 inch long.
Obviously, even small dogs are larger and medium than the above areas.
Larger dogs and larger dogs have much more hair than humans.
I like dogs, especially big dogs.
I have two Great Danes and Danes are not hypoallergenic dogs.
They will never be honestly listed on the list of dogs with low allergies or not falling off the breed of dogs.
My big boys are falling off all year round, and spring and autumn fall off heavier.
It is a good thing that I am allergic to pets.
Look at Dane's hair in the photo below.
This is only a few days of accumulation!
What is the cause of dog allergy?
It is clear that contact with a dog can cause a dog allergy.
In fact, you don't even need to have direct contact with the dog to trigger a dog allergy.
Although some people's dog allergies may be caused by dog hair, mainly because dog hair is a good hiding place for other allergens, most dog allergy patients are more vulnerable to dog dandruff
Dog dandruff is dead skin cells that are constantly falling off and they can be found almost anywhere.
In fact, according to the National Institutes of Health, every family in the United States has pet dandruff and other pet allergens, and even families without pets have pets! How?
Americans like their dogs, which can be seen almost everywhere.
Dog allergens and other pet allergens can be carried by wind, human clothing and human beings themselves.
All dogs, even dogs without hair.
The dandruff on the dog is like the dandruff on the person.
When a dog falls off his hair, there is often some dandruff on his hair.
In addition, because dogs habitually lick themselves, traces of saliva are often attached to the fallen hair.
Dog hair may also contain traces of urine.
When the dog leaves, all these proteins are released into the environment together with the hair.
OK, so you know dog hair and dog dandruff, but they are not the only culprit that causes a dog allergy.
In fact, any kind of "dog Juice" can contain allergens and cause dog allergies, including urine, protein Qing and dog saliva.
The proteins in these canine substances are usually harmless to humans with normal immune systems.
However, for those with allergies to the immune system, dog protein is seen as a dangerous intruder, just like harmful viruses and bacteria.
When these people are exposed to dog allergens, their body reactions are very similar to the way they are exposed to the disease.
Dog allergy symptoms are similar to those caused by other allergens.
They can include sneezing, coughing, breathing, head blockage, itchy nose and eyes, runny nose, and red eyes that may be watery and itchy.
Rashes can also occur, and people with severe dog allergies can even develop measles when exposed to pet allergens.
For people with asthma and other breathing difficulties, allergic reactions to dog allergens can be particularly dangerous.
Allergy treatment for dogs usually includes medicationthe-
Prescription and prescription drugs. Some over-the-
The antidrugs that are often used in conjunction with dog allergies are reduced-volume and antigroup agents, including benajo, sudafe and Allegra.
Nasal spray can also be effective as a treatment for dog allergies.
In some cases, patients with dog allergy are given steroids or an allergic vaccine.
There are also several ways to treat dog allergies. you can do it yourself without drugs.
These measures include frequent dust removal, vacuuming and mopping, and the use of HEPA filters.
It's also a good idea to remove dandruff and other places where allergens can be hidden, such as curtains, carpets and carpets.
If you have a dog allergy at home, there are other dog allergy treatment options that may help.
Some studies have shown that bathing your dog regularly and brushing your teeth regularly may help to control allergens.
If you brush your dog inside, you provoke allergens, so it's better to do this housework outdoors.
Finally, I went back to the topic of hypoallergenic dogs.
It should be noted here that while some allergic patients have fewer symptoms of hypoallergenic canine species, it does not seem to have an impact on others.
In fact, some doctors believe that some people are allergic to a particular dog, which is usually a factor in this case.
It is actually a more accurate description of the breed of dogs that do not fall off, rather than calling them a breed of dogs with low allergies.
However, to be honest, even this is a bit of a misnomer.
There are some dog breeds.
The breed of dog.
List of low-allergy and non-shedding dogs (so-Shih-Soft-
You usually see Maltese people on the list of hypoallergenic dogs, but I don't include this charming puppy.
My family has several Maltese people who are all very generous!
Our house is full of white hair.
Nevertheless, they may have low allergens, but they certainly do not have low allergens.
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