Do I Have A Dog Allergy Quiz
Think you might have an allergy to dogs, but not totally sure? Take this 2-minute questionnaire to determine if you should get an allergy test to officially diagnose your allergies!
Dog Allergy Symptoms
The symptoms you can experience when allergic to dogs are similar to the symptoms of other environmental and indoor allergens. Depending on the severity of your allergies, dog allergies may include:
- Itchy, red, or watery eyes
- Stuffy or runny nose
- Hives or other skin rashes
- Shortness of breath or wheezing
For those with an allergy to dogs and asthma, dog allergens may trigger symptoms and increase your risk of having an asthma attack.
How to Know if You Are Allergic to Dogs
If you are allergic to dogs, your symptoms will worsen when exposed to dog allergens. Dog allergens can include dog dander, urine, and saliva. If you are around a dog, your symptoms will likely be worse, but your symptoms can also be triggered by being in a space where a dog lives or has recently been.
While you might be able to notice your symptoms getting worse around dogs, several indoor allergens can cause the same symptoms. Seasonal allergies can also cause similar symptoms. It is important to take an allergy test to identify exactly what you are allergic to. An allergy test will help you find a treatment plan that will work best for your specific allergies.
At Wyndly, our at-home allergy test is easy and convenient to take. Traditional allergy tests require going to a doctor’s office and getting uncomfortable skin pricks to determine what you are allergic to. Instead, our test only requires a quick finger prick and can be done from the comfort of your home!
Take Our Allergy Assessment
If you have allergies and want a long-term solution, sublingual immunotherapy might be right for you. Sublingual immunotherapy exposes your body to trace amounts of what you are allergic to. Over time, your immune system becomes desensitized to the allergens you are allergic to.
Take our quick online assessment today to see if Wyndly and sublingual immunotherapy are right for you!