How To Keep Your Home Sneeze
An allergy is an immune system reaction. Your immune system overreacts by making antibodies. Specific disease-fighting white blood cells, such as eosinophils, also play a role in the development of allergies. The increased response to these substances causes allergy symptoms. Flea allergies are the most common allergy that affects dogs. About 10 to 15 percent of the dog population is allergic to something they breath or come in contact with in the environment. The most common sign of environmental allergies in dogs is itchy skin. When your dog comes near an allergen, it results in inflammation. Allergies to pets can be especially problematic for people with asthma. Consult your doctor and investigate ways to keep your home sneeze-free. Check here for more pet allergies. . . .