Allergies which are related to animals can be difficult to deal with because there is little that can be done to help control the problem.
Pet dander is caused by a number of proteins located in the fur of the animal which cause the nasal cavities of any person to become inflamed, giving a person a runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing, and even constriction of the airways which can lead into an asthma attack.
The best possible thing to do to avoid having allergy attacks brought on by pet dander is to avoid the animals as much as possible.
Allergy medication can be taken to help calm the symptoms and keep you from experiencing the full attacks, although this medication can only do so much. If a certain type of pet dander causes problems in you, they would find it difficult to own any pets with that particular dander.
Even visiting locations where people own these pets can be difficult, depending on how sensitive you are to pet dander allergies.
Medication can help to control the outbreak in small doses, although those who are prone to severe outbreaks should stay away from those locations as much as is possible. It is not an easy symptom to live with but it can be managed with sacrifices, if needed.