My four year old daughter three years ago never had a symptom of breathing issues. It wasn't until her mother introduced two cats and two dogs that she began to have difficulties and allergies. It was later confirmed, after I request she see an allergist, that it was confirmed to be allergic to pollen, cats, dogs and rabbits. Even though the allergist told her mother that she should consider removing the pest from her home, the pets remain. Since that time my daughter has been in and out of the emergency room and doctor's offices and now has developed asthma. Each time I bring up the allergies and the pets, the doctor(s) will not be forceful in getting the point across that the pets are the greatest trigger and need to be removed. Though it is suggested, the conversation always ends in them asking if the pets are being kept away from her bedroom, to which the answer is always yes and that's the end of it. How can I get this corrected? Why is the end all be all the bedroom? Isn't pet dander attached to her clothes considering they roam freely around the home where my daughter plays and rolls around on the carpet? Isn't that carried into her bedroom which takes away the argument that the pets aren't in that room? In addition I have picked her up with pet hair all over her clothing which is another indicator of what she is encountering. I have just went through another episode with her coughing, wheezing, dark circles under eyes, pale face and the inhalers and nebulizer. Any ideas!!!