Be greater than your allergies
COMMON ALLERGY TRIGGERS
People are affected by all kinds of allergens. Some of us need to avoid pollen and dust; others can’t be around dogs or cats. But no matter what you’re allergic to, allergy symptoms can interfere with daily activities and reduce your quality of life.
Click below to learn more about each type of allergen.
PET ALLERGIES: SYMPTOMS
Sure our furry friends shed, but fur balls are not the problem. It’s the pet dander—microscopic bits of skin and saliva residue—that causes most of the trouble. Dander circulates in the air and has a tendency to adhere to adhere to walls, clothing, and other surfaces.1
PET ALLERGY SYMPTOMS
No matter how much you love your dog or cat, if you’re allergic to pet dander you’re going to experience allergy symptoms like nasal congestion, sneezing, runny nose, itchy nose, and itchy, watery eyes.
PET ALLERGY TREATMENTS
If you have an allergy to pet dander, getting rid of your furry friend is not the answer! The better solution is to find a treatment that provides allergy relief at the source of your symptoms.