Allerpet Cat Dander Remover (12 oz)
|pH (as is)||7.5 +/- 0.50||7.503|
|Specific Gravity (25C/25C)||1.000 +/- .050||1.005|
|Refractive Index (20C)||1.3335 +/- 1.0010||-1.3338|
|Total Solids (% by weight)||0.40 +/- 0.20||0.39|
|Appearance/Color||Comparable to Standard||Complies|
|Infrared Spectrum(FTIR)||Comparable to Standard||Complies|
|Aerobic Plate Count (cfu/ml)||Less than 1000||600|
- DI UV Water
- Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder)
- Green Tea (Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract)
- Chamomile (Chamomilla Recutita Matricaria Extract)
- Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract)
- Citric Acid
- Hydrolyzed Collagen
- Hydroxypropyltrimonium Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein
- Propylene Glycol
- Styrene/VP Copolymer
Have you wondered why the ingredients of all three original Allerpet products are the same? The products are basically the same. It is the variation in the concentration in each product that makes each unique.
Allerpet Cat Dander Remover is non-toxic and completely safe to use on kittens over the age of 8 weeks, depending upon their size.
Allerpet is easy to apply while your cat sits in your lap. Simply spread a large terry towel over your lap for the cat to sit on. Dampen a washcloth or small sponge with Allerpet and lightly wipe your cat from the skin outward, first against the lay or the hair, then with it, until all areas are damp, not dripping wet, to remove sebaceous gland secretions, saliva, loose dander and urine.
If you cat has long or very thick hair, use your free hand to separate and hold down the untreated hair from the area you are wetting, to make sure you get down to the skin.
Pay special attention to the areas around the genitals where urine tends to collect and dry on the hair. No rinsing is required. Dry the hair thoroughly with a towel or hair dryer. If your cat self-cleans (licks its coat often), you may safely use Allerpet two or three times a week to remove the saliva residue.
Keeping your cat's hair tangle-free will help decrease the allergen load in your home. Combing/brushing at least once a week will help to remove dander, foreign matter, dirt and loose dead hairs that are contaminated with dried saliva and sebaceous gland secretions.
- Furred or feathered pets may cause different types of allergic symptoms in humans, however the most common are:Red, itchy, watery eyes
- Watery nasal discharge
- Nasal congestion
- Itchy nose
- Sneezing (sometimes ten or more in rapid succession)
- Scratchy palate and throat
- Chronic sore throat
- Coughing spells followed by wheezing and whistling
- Shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing
- Itchy skin, hives or welts produced by touching an animal or being licked by it