My son has asthma. My son's allergist wants me to find another home for my dog which my son's father is in favor of. His father and I are divorced. The dog has been around my son since he was born. He has only had 3 severe asthmatic episodes. Am I just kidding myself that the dog doesn't affect his asthma? I am afraid that if I give up the dog my son will still continue to have asthma. Any advice? I am sick to my stomach about this. I don't want my son to suffer but my dog is part of the family. Help.
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