Dog Dander Remover
Like any pet owner, dog owners love their dogs, and Allerpet Dog Dander Remover allows dogs and their owners to live comfortably with each other regardless of someone’s allergy to dogs. In fact, dog owners have been successfully applying Allerpet to their dogs to reduce allergens since 1988. Veterinarians and Allergists recommend using Allerpet Dog Dander Remover because it’s a liquid damp-wipe product and an easy way for owners to remove allergens without the trouble of bathing with shampoo weekly to remove dander. In fact, Allerpet Dog Dander Remover softens the dog’s skin unlike bathing with shampoo which can dry it out or irritate it. Use weekly or, for better results, apply every 3-4 days.
If you have a pet-related allergy, using Allerpet Dog Dander Remover should help you to live much more comfortably with your favorite four-legged friend. Allerpet is unconditionally guaranteed safe . . . for dogs, for people and for the environment.
Keeping your dog’s hair clean and tangle free will reduce the pet-related allergen load in your home. Brushing/combing your dog at least once a week is important because it removes dander, foreign matter, dirt and loose dead hairs that are contaminated with dried, salivary, sebaceous gland and urinary secretions from shedding into the air and spreading throughout your home.
Allerpet Dog Dander Remover is a liquid damp-wipe product that cleanses the hair of its dander, saliva and sebaceous gland secretions, the antigens, along with urine, that are all too often on the rear legs. These are all major sources of pet-related allergens which are the source of pet-related allergies.
Allerpet is non-toxic and completely safe to use on puppies over the age of 8 weeks. Allerpet Dog Dander Remover is non-oily, will not leave a sticky residue on the coat and contains no fragrance. It is safe to use regardless of how frequently an animal licks its coat.
Allerpet Dog Dander Remover is guaranteed non-toxic, completely safe to use, and never expires
- It can be used on all dog breeds with no side-effects.
- It’s the ultimate choice for families with multiple dog breeds.
- Allerpet Dog Dander Remover is veterinarian and allergist recommended.
Shake bottle before each use. Dampen a washcloth or small sponge with Allerpet and lightly wipe your dog from the skin outward, first against the lay or the hair, then with it, until all areas are damp, not dripping wet, to remove loose dander, dried saliva and urine.
If your dog has long or thick hair, use your free hand to separate and hold down the untreated hair from the area you are wetting, to make sure you are getting down to the skin. Wipe several times over the areas your dog licks most often, especially around the genitalia, the base of the tail and on the insides of the rear legs where urine residue tends to collect. Make certain to get down to the skin. No rinsing is required. Dry the hair thoroughly with a towel or hair dryer.
INGREDIENTS – NEVER EXPIRE
1) DI UV Water
2) Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder)
3) Green Tea (Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract)
4) Chamomile (Chamomilla Recutita Matricaria Extract)
5) Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract)
7) Hydrolyzed Collagen
10) Hydroxypropyltrimonium Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein
11) Propylene Glycol
14) Styrene/VP Copolymer
15) Citric Acid
Facts You May Not Have KnownPet Allergy True/False Quiz
1. A pet’s hair or fur causes allergies - False. Allergic sensitization to pets is caused by dander, sebaceous skin gland secretions, saliva, and urine, not by hair or fur.
2. Shorthaired dogs and cats may trigger fewer allergies than longhaired ones - True. Although all dogs and cats – shorthaired, longhaired, wire-haired, curly-haired and even hairless – can trigger an allergic response, the shorter hair shafts of shorthaired breeds usually carry less dander.
3. Kittens and puppies cause fewer allergy problems than adult pets - True. Baby animals have much less dead skin to shed and consequently little dander. They usually do not produce allergens in sufficient quantities to cause major sensitivities. However, from birth up to six weeks, while baby animals are nursing, they may temporarily be coated with more allergens due to their mother’s licking and cleaning and from the excessive amounts of urine in their whelping box.
4. You can be allergic to some breeds of dogs and cats and not to others - True. Your tolerance level or sensitivity will not necessarily be the same to all breeds of dogs or cats. There can be significant variations even within a specific individual breed. For example, researchers at the Mayo clinic found that some cats shed one hundred times more allergens than others.
5. You can become desensitized to your pet - True. Many individuals can live comfortably with their own pets, but experience symptoms outside of the home, probably due to natural desensitization related to years of exposure to their pets.
6. Dogs that shed excessively cause more problems for allergy sufferers - True. All dogs shed, but double-coated breeds, like Akitas, Collies, German Shepherds, Samoyeds, and Shetland Sheepdogs, seem to cause more sensitivities than others. They have two kinds of fur - a thick outer coat and a softer undercoat. They can shed excessive amounts of fur, contaminated with allergens, throughout the home, especially during peak shedding seasons in late spring and early fall.
7. Black cats trigger more allergies than other colors - True. According to report published in the December 2000 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, cats with dark coats may provoke more allergic reactions than those with lighter-colored coats. Researchers found the odds for a reaction were six times higher with a dark cat.
8. Rabbits do not cause allergies because they are very clean animals - False. While it’s true that rabbits are very clean animals and make wonderful pets, they can cause as many allergic reactions as cats because they constantly groom themselves with their tongues and coat their fur with saliva, a major pet allergen.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How much Allerpet should I use on my cat, dog or small, furry pet?
A: It depends on the size of your pet – enough to dampen all of the fur without it being wet.
Q: Do we wipe our pet dry after treating it with Allerpet?
A: Yes, use a dry towel to help wipe it down after treatment.
Q: Can I use any Allerpet product regardless of the kind of pet we have?
A: Most dogs we know don’t like their owners to use cat products on them; they’re sensitive about that. Seriously, each formula is a bit different based on the type and amount of dander on a pet.
Q: If we have several kinds of furry pets in our home, which product do you suggest we buy?
A: We suggest that you purchase Allerpet Pet Dander Remover, because it was made for families with multiple pets.
Q: If I have a kitten, can I use Allerpet on it?
A: Yes, but we recommend that you wait until your kitten is 10 weeks old.
Q: Is Allerpet safe to use if my pet has a skin condition?
A: Please consult with your vet about that, but it should be safe to use on any pet at any time once they reach 10 weeks old.
Q: I have had Allerpet for several years but had not used it or only used it once. Is it still good?
A: Yes, it has no expiration date. You should shake it up briefly before applying.
Q: (In winter) I ordered Allerpet and it arrived frozen, is it still effective once it thaws out?
A: Yes, freezing will not harm Allerpet. Once it thaws completely, it is ready to use.
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