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Hypoallergenic Cats & Dogs
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. . . and those who are sensitive to dust mites

25% of all allergies and 50% of all asthmatic diseases
are traceable to
dust mites

Allergy is the most widespread chronic condition in the world and the sensitivity to animals and dust mites are two of the most common.   Most allergy problems are first seen by family doctors or pediatricians who will then recommend an allergist if it is felt necessary.

Currently, the treatment of choice for most patients allergic to animals is complete avoidance.  It is unfortunate that this treatment is not always practical.  There are those whose livelihood depends on animals and those who just simply will not follow this advice.  It is also unfortunate that the frequent recommendation of avoidance deters many others who need professional help from seeking it.  Intense emotional issues surface when people are told to give up their pets, being especially traumatic when several children are involved and only one is allergic.  Indicative of this is the extremely large number of persons who keep their pets in spite of being told to give them up. (Estimates by allergists range from 75% to 90%)

In selecting an allergist, especially if you already have cat or dog as a household pet, look for someone who will be sensitive to your feelings and will do everything possible to help you keep your pet. Giving your pet up for adoption should be your last option, not someone else's first choice.

Allerpet has an excellent brochure describing ways to help reduce
these problem causing allergens in the house. If you would like to receive a copy,
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