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Pet Dander

Pet Dander

Best friend or worst enemy? If you’re a pet lover who also suffers from pet allergies your sweet kitty or puppy could be both

Cats are kept as pets by 27 percent of families in the U.S. and dogs are found in 32 percent of families. Animals with fur may be more likely to carry allergens from other sources, like dust, but the fur itself is generally not a trigger. Instead, it is the pet dander that causes allergic reactions.

Pet dander is composed of tiny flecks of skin shed by cats, dogs, rodents, birds and other animals with fur or feathers. Additional allergy triggers or allergens come from sources other than the animal’s skin, including proteins found in pet saliva, and pet urine and feces.

Pet allergens are very light weight and small. They remain suspended in the air for a long time and can easily stick to furniture, bedding, fabrics and other items carried into the home.

Air cleaner systems with HEPA filters may help to remove pet dander from indoors, but health experts recommend keeping pets out of the bedroom of anyone who has asthma or allergies. Do not allow the pet on furniture, especially upholstery, and keep the pet away from carpets.

Thanks to the American Lung Association for providing information for this web page.

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