What Are the Dangers of Pet Dander?

Answer Pet dander is found in every home that houses a pet, whether it is a cat, dog, hamster, bird or other animal. Dander is, simply put, animal dandruff. The shed skin collects everywhere dust collects... Read More »

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What is cat dander?

Cat dander results from the shedding of the Fel-D1 protein. Allergic reactions in humans can range from nasal congestion to life-threatening asthma attacks. Allergies to cats are twice as prevalent... Read More »

What is dog dander?

Although it is commonly mistaken as a substance on a dog's fur, dander is actually made up of dead skin cells that peel or flake of a dog's body. This microscopic substance can be the cause of much... Read More »

What Causes Dog Dander?

Dog dander, commonly known as doggie dandruff, refers to the naturally occurring dead skin cells that accumulate beneath a canine's fur on the skin's surface. While most instances of dog dander are... Read More »

What do you do to keep allergens like mould & mildew, dust mites and pet dander under control in your home?

Molds, mildews, bacteria, and dust mites like the same conditions that we do--warmth and moderate to high humidity. They need little more than a constant moisture supply for survival. You may find ... Read More »