Pet Dander Allergies Directory
Pet dander -- the dead skin that dogs, cats, and other warm-blooded animals shed -- is a common allergy trigger for many people. Pet dander is everywhere -- even in the homes of people without pets -- because it is carried on people's clothing. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about pet dander allergies, what it looks like, how to prevent it and treat it, and much more.
What Is an Allergic Reaction?
If you were having an allergic reaction, would you know it?
What Can I Do About Pet Allergies?
If you have a pet and you have pet allergies, there are steps you can take to ease your allergy symptoms and still keep your pet.
Find the Source of Allergies
WebMD tells you about the most common tests used to identify allergies.
Allergic Reaction Treatment
When does an allergic reaction require a trip to the hospital? WebMD tells you what to look for before calling 911.
Pet Allergies: Making It Work
With a few changes you can keep your companion animal -- and manage your pet allergies, too.
When You're Allergic to Your Pet
Allergic to your four-legged friend? An expert explains how you can both live happily ever after.
Hidden Allergy Triggers
Mold, mites, and pet dander lurk where you'd never suspect.
Avoid Bad Air Days: Eliminating Indoor Allergens
Easy and affordable ways to improve your indoor air quality now.
Are certain breeds safer for people with dog allergies? Find out more about hypoallergenic dogs, the KNF-1 protein and what it means to those who have dog allergies.
Allergies: Worst Offenders
Environmental and food allergies can really ruin your day – or month. Learn how to beat your symptoms and breathe easy.
Tips on Indoor Allergy Relief
Dust mites, pet dander, cockroaches and mold are the leading culprits of indoor allergies.
Know Your Allergy Triggers
The first step in finding relief from your allergies is knowing your triggers.