Zoonotic Diseases and Veterinary Allergy

Zoonotic Diseases or animal allergy is an allergic reaction to proteins found in pet’s dander, saliva, urine and animal’s skin flakes. The symptoms of the pet allergy include hay fever, sniffling, sneezing, itchiness, runny nose, and watery eyes and a runny nose. Few people may experience symptoms of asthma such as wheezing, and difficulty in breathing. Commonly, pet allergy is triggered by exposure to the dead flakes of skin a pet sheds. The animals with pet hair or fur can collect pollen, mold, spores and other outdoor allergens, which can be a source of pet allergy, but pet allergies are most commonly associated with cats and dogs. People having a pet allergy, the better strategy is to avoid the exposure to the animals as much as possible. Medication and other treatments may be needed to relieve the symptoms and manage asthma.
 

  • Pet allergy
  • Feline allergy
  • Canine allergic disease
  • Flea allergy
  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Perennial allergy
  • Allergens in veterinary medicine
  • Diagnose and treatment for pet allergy

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