yes, if your allergic to dog fur
they do only if you are not allergic to them!
No as cats and other pets cause allergic problems.To the skin and body as a whole.
Labradors are not hypoallergenic.
Ferrets are not good pets for any children. There are no tests for allergic reactions for human from ferrets. Ferrets don't produce dander like cats, which causes allergic reactions in humans.
No cats or dogs he's allergic to them but maybe a bird or a fish.
She's probably allergic to the pet dander. That's the tiny flakes of dead skin the animals shed.
Yes, of course. Animals have the same immune system as humans, so some can be prone to allergic reactions. Some can be allergic to bee, some can have hay fever, some can even be allergic to fish.
well there are a lot of reasons. some people cant afford pets, some don't want pets, some are allergic to pets, some are scared of them, some people don't have a place for them etc.
the ones that are allergic to every animal except rabbits
No- she was really allergic to fur and just didn't like fish.
No, the Pug sheds constantly, if not everyday. This makes them unsuitable pets for people who are allergic to dogs.
My little brother has asthma and he is allergic to pets, grass, and anything dusty. These cause him to cough.
No, the Pomeranian sheds heavily, so they are not recommended as pets for people allergic to dogs.
In most cases, yes they are. Poodles have "hair" as opposed to fur. If you are allergic to dogs, you should visit with a Poodle before you decide to get one. It's actually the dander that most people are allergic to.
Yes, the Samoyed sheds heavily, making them unsuitable as pets for people allergic to dogs.
No, the Anatolian Shepherd sheds heavily, so they are not recommended as pets for those allergic to dogs.
because it may distract you or even some of the classmates may be allergic to the pet
In general it isn't a good idea unless you know for sure that the whole family where the pets will live want the pet, and know how to take care of it. Many suprise pets get taken to the pound when they make a mess or the people who live there are allergic to pets.
Yes. This breed of dog also sheds heavily, making them unsuitable as pets for people allergic to dogs.
Go with the most common first. Pets? Is it dirty? Do they have bugs? If you are close with them, it may be the laundry detergent.
Pro Pet has allergy medication for your pets at your local pet stores.
Yes, the Anatolian Shepherd sheds heavily, so they are not recommended as pets for those allergic to dogs.