Multiple studies have been done regarding the efficacy of Allerpet.
One study was conducted regarding cats in 1995. In it, scientists measured the amount of allergy-causing protein found in the cats’ fur before and after treatments with Allerpet.
After two Allerpet treatments, the cats had significantly less allergens extracted from their coats.
The findings indicate that, while it isn’t a cure-all for allergens, Allerpet does help reduce the amount of allergens in an environment.
This is significant because cats produce a great deal of allergens. Unlike dog allergens, cat allergens are found in the sebaceous glands.
This means that they occur all over the cat’s skin and fur. Dogs, by contract, tend to only have allergens concentrated in their saliva and dander.