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If one is allergic to cats dogs and most other things that cause common allergies is it likely they would be allergic to common house birds?
no because they are usually friends with cats .
Itchy eyes, sneezing, rash
Dogs can be allergic to most anything humans can be.
Yes, the key is what kind of hair/fur your dog has, or in other words, what breed is your dog. If the dog is a poodle, schnauzer type that has hair, she would most likel…y not be allergic to it. She might be allergic to dogs that have fur, like black labs etc. The way to tell is if the dog has to get a haircut every 6 months or so, it is because the dog has hair and not fur. Fur falls out at the end of winter and the dog has a summer coat until winter when it gets thicker again. Dogs with hair do not go through that cycle.
Yes they can! I have 2 kittens, at the ages of 4 and 5 months. Both are very healthy. I wanted both of them to get used to other animals, especially dogs, so I began to in…troduce them to other animals right away. Every time my friend and her 2 dogs came over, Maggie seemed to have watery eyes and sneeze a lot. I thought it was exitement since she was so young and did not see the dogs every day. Then I went house sitting for a friend, who also has a dog I needed to take care of while they were gone. I took both cats with me. After a couple of days, Maggie again had wattery eyes that became increasingly inflamed as time went on. I took her to the vet who prescribed an antibiotic ointment. However, it did not seem to help much. Nevertheless, 2 days after I returned home, her eyes cleared up and she was fine again. She is allergic to dogs.
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Not necessarily. You could be allergic to just something a dog or a cat has, or maybe something they both have, and so it's not necessarily true that rabbits carry the same th…ing that you are allergic to, however, it is a possibility.
people i know are more allergic to dogs than cats. if you are allergic to cats, then you definitely are allergic to dogs
I am allergic to dust, pollen, and smoke too and I'm not allergic to dogs. I'm no expert but you might be, It's not something you would automatically know but it's most likely… you're not. Hope this helps!
pollen, cats, dogs, napkins, grass, strawberries, peanuts or nuts, medicine, monkey fur, kitten farts, news print, gluten, dairy, wheat, pretty much everything
everyone is allergic to something. many things
A hairless cat is actually not hairless. They have peach fuzz. They are worse for people with allergies. They are worse because the dead skin falls off easier. Their skin is w…hat people are allergic to. Not their fur. They also leave oily residue behind.
That's not usually the case but mainly you can be allergic to short haired breeds,long haired breeds,breeds that shed,also all types of dogs
Probably it will depend on the severity of the reaction. A mild reaction with mildly itchy skin & watery eyes etc an anti histamine like Loratadine or Desloratadine (Claritine… or Arius) could be enough but if one get a really serious allergy with unbearable itching or difficulty in breathing Steroids might be needed like Prednisolone tablets or Hydrcortisone or even Epinephrine injections. For a continuous allergen like a house pet it is advisable to keep the pet away and visit only once in a while Some Drs have tried 3 month courses of montelukast might be beneficial in subduing bodies allergic responsiveness
You could get one of those hairless cats (sphynx cats) but people who have cat allergies sometimes become immune to their own cats. The allergies most commonly come from dan…der, the microscopic dry skin particles that float everywhere However, the dander wouldn't be allergenic if it weren't for the glycoprotein Fel d 1. Fel d 1 comes from glands under the skin, called Sebaceous glands, and therefore is in dander. To a lesser degree, it also comes from the saliva (so it would get on their fur when they clean themselves) and urine. There are some breeds that have the least of one or more of these allergens. The Rex is a good breed for allergic people because of their very fine coats, which tend not to hold much dander. The Sphynx cat could also work, but not because they have no hair-actually, they do have hair, just a very very fine down which feels almost suede-like when stroked. Sphyx cats produce dander, but if rubbed down frequently, they'll have very little. Another hypoallergenic breed, perhaps the most popular, is the Siberian. The Siberian is believed to produce much less Fel d 1 than other cat breeds. Another theory gives more details, saying that in the Siberian, the skin is well hydrated and does not produce as much dander due to the tight, thick undercoat and oily top coat. I hope this helps, and if you need more details, Google is always there. :)
A lot more people are allergic to cats than dogs ( I think twice as many).