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What to do for cat allergies

There are a number of different ways to ease the symptoms of cat allergies! As with dogs, the best way to avoid them is to keep your pet out of the house!

If you must bring in your pet, seek out the best quality flea and tick products, such as Frontline and Advantage.

If you are getting rid of your cat and have allergies, you can minimize the amount of dust, dander and fur your pet leaves behind by keeping your home as clean and dust-free as possible.

For your pet, check out our easy to use pet bed heaters which keeps your cat or dog warm and cozy. They are great for keeping your pet warm as well as reducing the amount of dust and dander that can collect on your pet’s bedding.

In addition to pet bed heaters there are also a number of other things you can do to help ease your cat’s allergies!

What to do for dog allergies?

The best way to ease the symptoms of dog allergy is to keep your dog out of the house!

If you must bring your dog in, seek out the best quality flea and tick products, such as Frontline and Advantage.

If you are getting rid of your dog and have allergies, you can minimize the amount of dust, dander and fur your pet leaves behind by keeping your home as clean and dust-free as possible.

For your dog, check out our easy to use pet bed heaters which keeps your dog warm and cozy. They are great for keeping your dog warm as well as reducing the amount of dust and dander that can collect on your pet’s bedding.

In addition to pet bed heaters there are also a number of other things you can do to help ease your dog’s allergies!

What to do for cat allergies?

The best way to ease the symptoms of cat allergy is to keep your cat out of the house!

If you must bring your cat in, seek out the best quality flea and tick products, such as Frontline and Advantage.

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