By achoo - / Monday 27 April 2009 12:52 / United States
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By  arstef90  |  17

Man, you people are haters. I'm sure nothing's ever slipped y'all's minds before. I understand why the OP forgot: if he or she's not allergic to anything, then checking for allergies wouldn't have crossed his or her mind. That really sucks about the dog.

By  fatality2009  |  6

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

By  nikkirito  |  6

Well, there are medications people can take. However, it is possible the breeder or adoption center may take the puppy back still. Next time, try looking into hypoallergenic animals. :P Also, #6, try Siberian cats. An expensive and somewhat rare breed, but hypoallergenic!

By  adelaide_evening  |  6

Maybe it's like that Brady Bunch episode where they're really allergic to the dog's flea powder rather than the dog? I also remember hearing a while ago that if you give them a bath in distilled water (I dunno why it has to be distilled) once a week, it really helps with the allergies. But I don't know if that is an urban legend or not.

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