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Things to know about pet allergies

If your nose runs, your eyes start to water or you starts sneezing after petting your neighborhood cat, chances are you have pet allergy. Pet allergies can make up for most of the allergic reactions you’ll experience at home, work or school school. In this article we sum up pet allergies and precautions for it.

Overview of Pet Allergies

 Pet Allergy Symptoms

  • Sneezing
  • Runny or stuffy nose
  • Facial pain (from nasal congestion)
  • Coughing, chest tightness, shortness of breath and wheezing
  • Watery, red or itchy eyes
  • Skin rash or hives
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    CARING FOR A NEW PET

    Getting a pet is almost like adopting a baby. You suddenly have this life that you become responsible for. Making sure that this animal grows up to be happy and healthy is your main priority, and trust me it isn’t easy. Just like a baby, they’ll cry, whine, poop and pee anywhere and everywhere. They can be so rambunctious at times that all you wish is that they go to sleep. Plus, there’s the whole issue of scratching and biting the furniture.

    However, while it is no easy challenge to raise a pet, it is quite rewarding. The feeling of your dog, cat, or whatever type of animal snuggling at your side makes up for all the difficulties you’ve experienced before it. But, before you get to that stage, there are a lot of steps you need to take.

    Always Give Proper Meals

    To build that bond with your animal, they need to be able to trust you. The best way to a pet’s heart is through his stomach. Frequently giving yummy food is a way to establish a bond with the animals. It tells them that they can trust you since you’re providing them with their daily sustenance after all.

    Health is Wealth

    A healthy pet is a happy pet. That’s why it’s very important to bring your animal to the vet every now and then. Unlike humans, it can be hard to tell when a pet is sick or just in a grumpy mood. They experience slightly different symptoms and it’s not easy to read. Bringing them to an appropriate doctor will give you the assurance that you’re doing the right thing and your pet is healthy as can be.

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