Cat Allergy Treatment
New Pet Making You Sneeze? Tips to Manage Pet Allergies
Getting a new pet is exciting for all involved, but after having a new dog or cat in your home for a few weeks, you may find a member, or members, of your family start to feel sick. Itchy eyes, sneezing, coughing, running nose and more can all be related to an allergy to your…Read More
Animals That Cause Allergy Symptoms (Beyond Pets!)
When most people think about animal allergies, they typically jump to dogs and cats – the usual household pets. But, because humans have allergic reactions to animal saliva, dander, and urine, allergic symptoms may come from a wide variety of critters. Allergy drop treatment following the La Crosse Method™ Protocol can be used to treat…Read More
Pet Allergies? Treat Yourself, Not Your Pet. Here’s Why.
For many, pets are an essential part of life; there’s no ifs, ands, or buts about having a dog, cat, hamster, or other favorite pet at home or on the farm. Realizing you, or a member of your family, have a pet allergy can put a big damper on these dreams and your lifestyle. Myth…Read More
Hypoallergenic pets—is that really a thing?
Hypoallergenic has been defined as “designed to reduce or minimize the possibility of an allergic response; as by containing relatively few or no potentially irritating substances.” In some products, like fragrances or make up, this label is easily understood, but it’s not as easy to comprehend when it comes to animals. Can a dog be…Read More
Pet Allergy? No need to say goodbye to furry family members
For some people, welcoming a new pet into their home may mean never ending symptoms of allergic reactions; others may not have even considered living with a pet because of the unknown consequences of allergy to dogs, cats and more. While millions of pet owners struggle with the sensitivities of pet allergy, sublingual immunotherapy can…Read More