Pets are related to childhood memories where the images of children walking their dogs, or playing with a pet cat or swimming together is mostly tagged. However, many parents are always in a dilemma when it comes to adopting a pet especially when they have children with allergies. It is not possible for many children to have pets specially a dog or a cat. And, it is quite heartbreaking for parents to confine their children from pets. Fortunately, there are ways to tackle this and there are pets that are best suited for allergic children.
Here are the five top pet selections, that every parent can look for if their children are allergic.
Some breeds like a poodle, some terriers, the bichon fries and the Portuguese water dog are often the best choices for children with allergies. No dog is free from allergens due to the foreign elements on their fur. On the positive side, there are certainly dog breeds that are a lot lower on the allergy threshold than others.
As pet birds spend most of their time and space in a confined environment, there is less to no possibility of causing allergy to your children. They are less likely to affect humans when compared to other pets.
Lizards, geckos, frogs and snakes can be a great fun for children as well as they are allergy friendly. However, if you are considering to opt for turtle, then you need to know that these reptiles can transmit infection like salmonella and other bacterial infections. So, it is better to check with your doctor before going for a selection.
The lovely animal with fluffy fur is always adorable and most liked by children. Though they have fur and can bother some humans with allergies, they are least likely to cause allergy. Compared to dogs and cats, they do not share your bed or spend time in other areas of your house, hence the impact of allergies is quite negligible.
Nothing to worry about fish if you take them as your pet. They are probably the best pet any child with an allergy can have. Living in their water world they least bother you or anyone with allergies. They don’t affect the home environment and they are beautiful to look at. Unlucky that you can’t take them for a walk but definitely you are free from those heavy sneezes and wheezes.
So, break down your constraints about pets and look out which pet you can choose for your child with an allergy.