Pet dander (plus pets tracking in pollen) can aggravate seasonal allergies. We’re looking at how to reduce pet dander in your home and lower your risk of sneezing and feeling miserable this spring.
While we may think it’s impossible to have an allergen-free home with pets inside, there are some simple steps you can take to make your home livable. Here are some simple (and a couple of more involved) ways to reduce the pet related allergens inside your house.
Regardless of how much you clean your house, if you have dirty pets (and dirty pet bedding), you’ll have a house with allergens.
Ever take your dog for a walk only to be pulled into every yard in the neighborhood? Unless there’s a sign from a recent application, it’s hard to know which homeowners use pesticides and other unsavory chemicals on their lawns.
Reduce pet dander in your home in a way that really counts by designating one room in your home as a pet-free zone, and stick to it.