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Air purifiers For Pet Allergies

Air purifiers For Pet Allergies

Does your pet leave behind a stinky odor, clumps of hair, or pet dander? If you really want to know if you can get relief with an air purifier as a pet owner, then Breezio air purifiers for pets are for you. So, keep watching. Pets. They’re our fun-loving companions. But at the same time, they also can stink up the house, scatter their hair, and irritate our allergies.

Features for Pet-Focused Air Purifiers

The truth is that air purifiers can help with those things, but only if they include certain features. Here’s what I mean… If you want an air purifier that helps with pet odors, then it must have an Activated Carbon filter.

If you want an air purifier that helps with pet allergies, then it must have a True HEPA filter. And finally, if you want to get rid of pet hair, most any air purifier with a dedicated pre-filter or HEPA filter will work. As air is pulled into the system, these filters can trap floating hair.

Importance of a High-Quality Air Purifier

Investing in a high-quality air purifier might be the easiest way to quickly improve your quality of life at home. For pet owners, taking the time to research and decide on an appropriate air purifier for their living space is doubly essential.

Thanks to their ability to effectively eliminate pet-produced allergens, at its best, an air purifier that’s great for use with pets will be powerful enough to clean an entire room. It will be quiet enough not to disturb you while it’s in operation. Similarly, the price is also reasonable to buy; $150 to 250.

Choosing Best Air Purifier For Pets in 2023

After extensive testing and research, we’ve seen that not every air purifier can live up to these expectations. To save you the time and cost of sorting through any duds, we’ve collected our reviews in this comprehensive guide to the best air purifiers for pets and pet owners.

UV Light

A UV light. If UV lights on air purifiers are usually poorly implemented, the fact is that you simply don’t need to kill the germs to filter them. Air purifiers like these on the table we have here today have HEPA filters, and those HEPA filters will be just fine capturing germs. The germs do not need to be killed for them to be filtered out of the air.

High-Quality Air Quality Sensor

A good high-quality air quality sensor normally runs between 200 and 300 dollars. On the bottom end of the spectrum, most air purifiers retail for at least a hundred, two hundred dollars. So, for you to be able to get a high-quality air quality sensor in there on top of everything else that the air purifier provides is simply not reasonable.

Limitations of Regular Air Purifier Sensors

The air quality sensor on a regular air purifier may not be able to pick up those pollen grains. So, it’s not going to trigger a higher fan speed or be activated because it’s not sensing that small concentration of particles.

Manual Control of Fan Speed

If you do find the air purifier to be too loud on the manual setting on a higher manual fan speed, simply select a lower fan speed. You can do so manually. You don’t need to have an automatic mode set the air purifier fan speed for you.

If you do end up setting it to auto mode, let’s say you do set the air purifier to a sleep mode, the sleep mode is only going to run the air purifier at a lower fan speed. You can do so manually by simply setting the unit to a lower fan speed.


Air purifiers are not large appliances. Even the larger units are still going to be relatively small. They’re still going to be relatively light. For example, the unit on the end here, the Breezio pet air purifier, is only about twelve and a half pounds. It’s a very small appliance. It’s not going to be something that is going to be oversized for even a small room.

Extra Replaceable Filters or Special Upgradable Filters

Extra replaceable filters or special upgradable filters. For example, medium filters are an example of an extra filter, and pet filters are an example of an upgraded filter. Note that here we’re not talking about a washable pre-filter.

Upgraded versions of filters are also not as great as they may seem. The upgraded filter very rarely does a better job than the regular filter. And the fact is that those upgraded filters are much more expensive to replace.

Types of Carbon Filters

And inside the plastic honeycomb frame of these filters, there are actually small carbon pellets. That is the second type of carbon filter. So, on the one hand, you have a fibrous material coated with carbon, and on the other hand, you have a carbon filter that consists of a pellet of actual carbon.

Now, we discuss all of the reasons why we prefer pellet-based carbon filters over fiber carbon filters in a separate guide. But suffice it to say here that pellet-based carbon filters are generally better for gas filtration.

Benefits of a Separate Washable Pre-Filter

Now, the biggest benefit of a separate washable pre-filter is that it’s going to greatly extend the life of the HEPA filter and the carbon filter. If the pre-filter were not there, those other filters would saturate very quickly with larger particles. And the pre-filter prevents that from happening.

The pre-filter is going to saturate with those larger particles, and you are able to wash that filter. And so, you don’t have to worry about those larger particles saturating the carbon or the HEPA filter quickly.

Importance of CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute)

HEPA filters are extremely efficient in filtering out particles. Again, the efficiency there is 99.97%. It’s almost 100% efficient. It’s a very efficient filter. However, for the HEPA filter to actually be able to filter out the particle, it needs to have access to the air that contains the particle.

And that access is granted by CFM or output. Inside the air purifier, there’s a fan. Depending on the size and the speed of that fan, the unit will be able to process more or less air through its filters. And so, you want to look for an air purifier that has a higher CFM if possible.

Energy Efficiency

Now, air purifiers don’t draw a particularly large amount of power. There are a few models on the market that do absolutely draw several hundred watts of power. But most tend to draw 100 or less watts of power.

So, a power draw is not the biggest concern. But there are certainly air purifiers that are much more energy-efficient than others.

Noise Output

Air purifier noise output does vary quite a bit. And of course, the biggest factor affecting that variance is the fan speed. And that is something that you will set manually on the air purifier.

So, depending on the specific model, you will set the fan speed to low, medium, or high, maybe there’s a turbo setting. But you will set that manually. And so, you will decide the actual noise output of the air purifier.

However, that is not to say that certain units do not provide a higher CFM of output compared to their noise output rating. And that is something that we look for in our individual product reviews. We look for units that have a high CFM per dB of noise output ratio. And that gives us a good idea of the noise output efficiency, if you will, of the particular unit.


The discussion can be broken down into initial costs and long-term costs. For initial costs, you obviously consider the price of the actual unit, the price paid initially for it. But you also definitely want to consider the output. Here, certain units have a high output. Certain units have a very low output. Output varies quite a lot. And output doesn’t always correlate with price.

Long-Term Cost Considerations

For long-term costs, you definitely want to pay attention to energy efficiency. Again, these units do not draw a lot of power. However, there is definitely a difference in terms of energy efficiency between different units on the market.

And so, you want to definitely consider a unit that is more energy-efficient versus a unit that is less if you are concerned about long-term cost for power costs. And finally, you also want to consider filter replacement cost.

Filter Replacement Cost

Now, there are two things to look out for here when it comes to filter replacement cost. Number one is you want to make sure that the air purifier that you buy, and that the filters that are for that unit are available from multiple sources. There are often unique brands that only sell their own air filters on their own websites.

Filter Size

Now, the second thing you want to consider when it comes to filter replacement cost is the actual size of the unit and the corresponding size of the filter. Smaller air purifiers have smaller HEPA filters. They have smaller carbon filters. They often have lower-quality carbon filters. And so, those smaller units tend to have filters that cost less to replace.

Our Happy Customers

"The Breezio Air Purifier has made a noticeable difference in the air quality of my home. I love the sleek design, and it's surprisingly quiet, even on the higher settings. I suffer from seasonal allergies, and since using Breezio, I've experienced a significant reduction in symptoms.

Lisa M Verified Buyer

I can't say enough good things about the Breezio Purifier. It's been a game-changer for my family. The UV-C technology gives me peace of mind, especially during flu seasons.

Michael K. Verified Buyer

This is a decent option for my office desk. It's compact and doesn't take up much space, which I appreciate. The filter replacement is straightforward, but it seems to need more frequent changes than I anticipated.

James R. Verified Buyer

The Breezio Smart Air Purifier has some impressive features. I love the convenience of controlling it through my smartphone. The air quality monitoring alerts me to changes in real-time.

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