Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Bird Owners With Asthma

If you suffer with asthma, owning a bird is probably shouldn’t be your first choice for a pet. 
But if you’re already in love with an avian friend, it’s already a choice and you need help dealing with the bird-related allergens effectively.
The protein in dander and bird dust is probably one of the most potent allergens known.  High levels of these particles can cause wheezing and coughing, and even a full blown attack.
Therefore, it is crucial the levels of pollutants remain low 24 hours a day.  One of the best ways to do this is to filter the air continually with HEPA or high efficiency particle arresting filtration.
And even though your main concern may be the irritants generated by your birds, this type of filtration will take out 99,997 out of every 10,000 airborne particles that are .3 microns or bigger in size.
And since asthma can be triggered by numerous other particles found indoors such as dust, dust mites, mold and mildew spores, this type of filtration is able to maximize the benefits to you with no additional cost.
In addition to being effective, HEPA filtration is also safe.  It produces zero ozone and no ionized particles.  The only by-product is fresh clean air which is what healthy birds and people need to thrive.
Send for the purifier which can help you enjoy your birds and breathe easily despite asthma. 
Take good care,
Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Friday, January 25, 2013

Best Parrot Air Purifier

Parrots come in all sizes, shapes, and beautiful colors. But they all count on their owners to keep the air clean.  Here are 3 features to consider when deciding on a unit.
  1.    Probably most importantly, it should only produce fresh air.  You should tolerate zero ozone or ionized particles. 
     These by-products are controversial at best.  Stick with a cleaner that only produces clean air.
   2.    For efficient particle removal, a HEPA filter is a must.  By definition this type of filter must be able to remove 99,997 out of every 10,000 airborne particles that are .3 microns or greater in size.
3.    Choose a unit that can run all the time.  Parrot dander is invisible, but it is sent into the air constantly as the birds go about their daily activities. 
And since the production of dander, feathers, and dust is continuous filtration should be continuous as well.  A split capacitor motor is what is needed to insure that the cleaner can and will up with the pollutants.
The Bird Dust Air Purifier from has these 3 features and more.  See it now at
Take good care,
Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Friday, January 18, 2013

Bird Owner's Air Purifier

If you own a bird or three, you know that you have a lot more particles in the air than most folk do.  Although their colorful appearance and personalities surely make it all worthwhile for you! 

But keeping the air clear with an air purifier is a must for the continued good health of your avian friends and you.

The first thing an air purifier must be is safe.  The only by-product you should allow your filtration to produce is fresh air.  Don’t risk any amount of ozone or ionized particles. 
These filtration methods are controversial and different studies show different results. There is no sense taking a chance until all agree on what the effects are.
The cleaner needs to be able to stack the deck against particles by having multiple sized filters.  The filters need to be able to eliminate the visible to invisible particles from the air.
The unit also needs to be able to run continuously to keep particulates from building to levels that are unhealthy for birds and humans.
From the birds’ perspective, having to continually inhale air that is thick with particles clogs their tiny air passages. This often opens the door to disease and infection which can shorten their lives.
For humans, air thick with particles can exacerbate existing respiratory conditions such as asthma and allergies, and can also cause the onset of problems where none existed. offers the Bird Dust Air Purifier that can keep you and your bird healthier.  See it now at
Take good care,
Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Friday, January 11, 2013

Dust Filters For Birds

Since dust comes in all sizes, it only makes sense that an air cleaner should have multiple filters sized to eliminate the airborne particulates that make up dust.
When you watch your bird, you know that one small shake of feathers can send an incredible number of particulates into the air. 
And even though you see a lot of particles (and you thought that was the bad news), there are probably hundreds of other particles that you don't see.
For those of you with powder-down parrots, you are all too familiar with the white dust that can settle on everything.  If you're wondering whether you have one then you don't! Powder-down birds include African Greys, Cockatoos, and Cockatiels.
If you have some other gorgeous type of bird, you are not off the hook for particles.  Bird dander is produced by all birds, and it is invisible to the human eye.  Yet it is one of the most potent allergens known.
The protein in the dander can send those with allergies and asthma literally running for air if the dander count is high enough.  And living with air that is thick with bird dust or any other kind of dust can create problems for those who formerly had none.
And the dust we're discussing is just "for the birds"!  There are normal household pollutants that no one can escape.  Dust mites, mold and mildew spores, seasonal pollen, bacteria and viruses are just a few of the particles can all add to the problem.
What is needed to keep dust and dander down is a unit that has multiple filters for particles, and one that has a motor that will allow it to run continuously.  The Bird Dust Air Purifier from does this and more. 
Take good care,
Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Friday, January 04, 2013

Need Immune System Help?

How well your immune system can defend your body against disease and infection will have a huge impact on your health and quality of life.  If your immune system needs a boost, the right air purifier can really help you live life to the fullest.
Since airborne germs are usually the biggest threat removing them from the air before they can be inhaled is crucial.
Germs in the form of airborne bacteria and viruses can make you sick and if your system is weak, the effects are usually more serious and can mean it takes your body longer to recover.
Using an air purifier to reduce the amount of germs in the air is a huge benefit.  A HEPA or high efficiency particle arresting filter is designed to remove particles as small as .3 microns in size. 
And even though many of these germs are smaller than that, they tend to attach themselves to bigger particles in order to move from one host to the next.
So eliminating the bigger particles will also eliminate many of the microscopic ones as well.
Allowing an air purifier to continually filter the air means your air is being constantly filtered and the number of bacteria and viruses that can potentially pose a threat is drastically reduced. offers the Immune Deficiency Air Purifier which not only has a HEPA filter for particles, but contains 15 pounds of activated carbon zeolite that can remove gaseous pollutants as well.
Put the Immune Deficiency Air Purifier to work for you beginning now at
Take good care,
Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-2989

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Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Best Bird Room Air Purifier

Birds are probably more susceptible to bad air than humans.  So using an air purifier to keep the air clean is a must. 

Their small air passages make it so easy for particles to adhere to the wall of the tubes and eventually cause disease and infection if the air passages don’t become completely closed first. 
Not a nice thing to think about.
With that said the cleaner needs to work all the time to keep the air clean. Not only should it be able to clean bird-related particles such as feathers, dander, and dust, but more normal household particles such as dust, dust mites, seasonal pollens, mold and mildew spores, and bacteria and viruses.
And even though the cleaner is for the birds, it will also help their humans stay healthier too.  Constant exposure to such high levels of dander and bird dust can cause sensitivity where there was none before.
This can result in sneezing and congestion when doing daily maintenance.  Left unchecked this could cause respiratory issues that are a nuisance to deal with at best.
The cleaner should also produce only fresh air as a by-product.  It is important to avoid any level of ozone and ionized particles for the birds’ sake and yours.
See the best air purifier you can have in your bird’s room at
Take good care,
Debbie Davis, President
(800) 997-29898

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