Airborne particles in the home can be linked to respiratory disease in some pets, according to a recent study. Indoor air pollutants such as dust, allergens, mold, pollen, smoke, and other irritants that affect respiratory health in humans can also lead to respiratory issues in dogs, cats, birds, and other household pets. This is especially true when our pets reach their senior years. Keep your indoor air free of toxins with Venta Air Purifiers, which purify air pollutants down to 0.07 microns. Avoid smoking indoors and use pet-safe cleaning products to further protect the respiratory health for your pet companion.
Just as dry skin can become a nuisance to humans, our pets can also experience skin irritations caused by dry air. Dry indoor air can cause pets’ skin to become itchy, flaky, or red, can lead to a dry nose, generate respiratory health concerns, and even produce more dander. With the right humidifier, your pet can experience relief from dry skin and allergies caused by their environment. Of course, dry skin could be generated from a more serious canine or feline condition, which is why it is important you always check with your veterinarian.
There are a few easy ways to reduce or eliminate pet hair and dander.
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