6 Things in Your House That Might Be Causing Your Pet’s Allergies

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According to Dr. Ashley Rossman from Glen Oak Dog & Cat Hospital, our household pets can easily fall victim to airborne allergens. These allergens can be found in dust mites, molds, and pollen. One way to inspect your pet for an allergy to dust mites is by checking their skin. Dr. Rossman claims that most pets will demonstrate moderate, to severe symptoms on their skin as a reaction to airborne allergens.

The items that you should regularly check are beddings, pillows, fluffy toys, and carpets. Your pet’s bed is also susceptible to gathering dust mites. If you happen to notice that your pet has a reaction similar to what Dr. Rossman described, the furniture in the house should be your first concern.

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