All dogs shed at least some hair, but some breeds shed a very minimal amount and are considered hypoallergenic, including Poodles, Shih-Tzus, Malteses, Cocker Spaniels, Yorkshire Terriers, and many more.
The term hypoallergenic dog breed is commonly used to refer to a dog breed (or
crossbreed) that is more compatible with allergic people than other breeds.
While no dog is 100% hypoallergenic, there are a variety of breeds that do well
with allergy sufferers. These dogs have a predictable, non-shedding coat which ...
Being allergic to dogs doesn't mean you have to give up owning a pet. If
someone in your house is allergic, consider these hypoallergenic breeds.
Unlike cat allergen, which is found in the dander from sebaceous glands in the skin, the skin of dogs
does not appear to be a major source of Can f 1. Dog
albumin, a protein found in the blood, is also an important allergen, and may cross-react with albumin from other m... More »
Is there such a thing as a hypoallergenic dog or cat? Not really. But here are 15
dogs and cats touted—but not proven—to be better for people with allergies.
If you love pets yet are allergic to dogs, finding the right breed could be the
solution. Find out how to live with a dog even if you have pet allergies.
This list is updated as we become aware of other types of dogs people with
allergies have had success owning. There are also many hybrid dogs that may
Jul 3, 2015 ... The perfect dogs for people with allergies. Image: Magdalena ... any fur at all! We
found the top 10 best — and cutest — nonallergenic dogs.
Find the best dog for you and your family, and learn more about different types of
dogs for allergy sufferers by browsing through our list of popular dog breeds.