Dogs can indeed be allergic to humans, reacting to the same types of allergens that affect people.
More dogs are being diagnosed with human allergies due to increased testing and closer human-dog relationships.
Allergies in dogs often manifest as itchy skin, runny nose, or eyes, and sometimes even gastrointestinal signs.
Intradermal allergy testing can help identify if your dog is allergic to human dander.
Regular cleaning, vacuuming, and using air purifiers can help reduce allergens in your home.
Regular bathing and shampooing can help reduce the amount of human dander that could potentially affect your dog.
Allergen-specific immunotherapy vaccines, hypoallergenic shampoos, and certain medications can help manage your dog's allergic reactions.