Immunotheraphy is the closest thing to a "cure" for pet allergy.
Some people with pet allergies also have skin reactions. For instance, their skin might break out where a pet licks them. Others with more severe allergies might develop hives on their face or chest. People with asthma as well as pet allergies can have especially serious symptoms. You may have heard that some dog/cat/cat breeds trigger allergy symptoms while others don't, or that short-haired dog/cats are safe while long-haired dog/cats prone to shedding are not. But on the whole, experts say that isn't the case. In fact, one dog/cat and another of the same breed can give off very different levels of allergen.
It's not the dog/cat's hair or fur that's the real problem. Instead, people are usually allergic to the dander -- flakes of dead skin -- as well as the saliva and urine. So no matter how long or short the hair, any dog/cat can potentially cause an allergic reaction.
Immunotherapy is a very effective treatment for people with pet allergy. Allergy Doctors will discuss with you in more details.