Low Tolerance to Dust

If your pet is hypersensitive to dust, some allergic signs include sneezing and excessive scratching. Dust allergy and house dust mites could be triggers. Just as many humans have a low tolerance to dust particles, dogs and cats can experience this condition as well. Typically, when pets have a low tolerance to dust and other minute airborne particles, it is indicative of inhalant allergies, or atopic dermatitis. Dogs and cats that suffer from inhalant allergies can be sensitive to such things as pollen, mold, feathers, plant fibers and common household dust.

Low Tolerance to Dust

Low Tolerance to Dust Affects

  • Dogs
  • Cats

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