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Is it possible to remove all the dander from my dog?

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Dr. Sean McGhee
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: No

You can't get rid of all the dog allergen, although you can reduce it by bathing the animal twice per week, vacuuming with a filtered vacuum, having hard floors and using a hepa filter. This is a lot of work though, so it's often better to relocate the animal outside if possible or not to have a pet in the first place if you have allergies.

In brief: No

You can't get rid of all the dog allergen, although you can reduce it by bathing the animal twice per week, vacuuming with a filtered vacuum, having hard floors and using a hepa filter. This is a lot of work though, so it's often better to relocate the animal outside if possible or not to have a pet in the first place if you have allergies.
Dr. Sean McGhee
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Dr. Gary Steven
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Nope.

Dander is the flakes of skin that come off as skin regenerates itself.
No one has figured out how to genetically engineer a dog to have no skin and live to tell about it.

In brief: Nope.

Dander is the flakes of skin that come off as skin regenerates itself.
No one has figured out how to genetically engineer a dog to have no skin and live to tell about it.
Dr. Gary Steven
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