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The Best Pets for Allergy Sufferers

Erin Doman

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Erin is a native Austinite that loves writing, wikipedia, online window-shopping for home goods, and riding on airplanes. When not writing articles at work, you can probably find her winding down with a glass of wine, a book, and her two favorite neurotic cats.

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  1. If my nana says she wants an hyperallergetic dog like a you poodle but she doesn’t want deal with the hair whats another dog she can get other than the ones on in this list. Cause I showed her and the only animal on here she wants is a bird but no one else wants that I do not like birds.
    Bybda way plz don’t take any of my personal info. And steel it.

  2. I am not posting this to be rude, but instead to prevent someone from making a potentially harmful purchase. When it comes to Rex and Spynx cats, they actually do contain sander which builds up in the folds of their skin. Though, as stated above, they do not spread it through shedding, the owner is required to bathe the cat regularly and have more of an interaction with the dander than they may have with a normal cat. I would suggest a verified hypoallergenic cat instead.

  3. I am highly allergic to all animals with fur (including rabbits, gerbils, hamsters etc…) hypoallergenic animals actually create more of a reaction for me and my mom would never allow a bird in the house. I would like a pet pig but are they allowed in the city of Winnipeg?

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