Posted at 3:18 pm on 01/21/2015 by Powlin V. Manuel
Allergy to dogs is common, though less common than cat-allergy. Many patients love to have a dog even though the allergy tests show mild degree of allergy to dogs. In that case, it may be more desirable to have an out-door dog, if you have any chance of allergy to dog dander. When you have an indoor dog, it is likely that your sight reaction may become a larger problem. If you must have an indoor dog, go for the smallest dog such as Chihuahua, which has the least tendency to shed hair and dander. However, it is probably better not to invest in a dog even if the allergy test showed only mild reaction.
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