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Which dog's breeds are hypoallergenic?

by Dogo on 8/10/2010 at 11:47 AM in Best Post

Usually people are allergic to dogs with lots of hair. However, some people are allergic to dog saliva and urine. The best way to find out if you are allergic to certain type of dog is trying being around it for some time. You might need to spend at least a week with the dog you are purchasing and observe how you react to it. Keeping your dog in the patio, bathing your pet weekly, keeping your pet away from the furniture, washing your hands after touching your dog, and using allergy-reducing sprays might help. Nonetheless, no matter how much you wash your curtains or vacuum your floor, if your allergies are killing you the best thing is not to have a dog at all. Generally the symptoms involved with allergies are itchy eyes, red itchy skin or a rash, fever*, runny nose, and asthma symptoms. Children get more incidents of cold and asthma when allergic to dogs. There might be a type of dog you are not allergic to. The question is which one? You are on your own to find out. Good luck!

 
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A thermometer for dogs

by Dogo on 8/10/2010 at 11:44 AM in Best Post

Your doggy will love it since is non-contact. I purchased this thermometer* at Amazon for $89.99 USA dollars and thought was a good investment since there is nothing like it out there. I read on a website that the only way to know if your dog has a fever is by taking his rectal temperature but that's not true. I searched on Google bar for a dog's thermometer and this one came out. It takes your doggy's temp without touching your pet. Due to the toxic risks of mercury, glass thermometers aren't that popular any more. If you have a mercury thermometer, you should get rid of it & dispose it properly. It's very poisonous. Don't use your thermometer on your dog. I have tried it and it never gives accurate results. You should never give human medications to your dog either. They react differently to it.

http://www.sanomedics.com/thermometers/dog/

 
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