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Top 10 Popular Hypoallergenic Dog Breeds

If you are a dog lover and want to have a great companion, but suffer from allergy, you can refer to this article.
The first thing I want to emphasize is: no dog is 100% hypoallergenic. Only the breeds shed very little hair, and produce very few allergens, these breeds can still become good companions of those suffering from allergies.
And also note: you need to clean the house, wash the dog beds, groom and bathe them regularly to keep them clean and avoid allergies.

#1 – Poodle

Poodle whether in any version, standard, miniature or toy, they are smart dogs, easy to train and docile, always prefer to be with their owners. Poodle sheds very little, and their coat is also very recognizable, but Poodle’s coat also needs to be groomed regularly. They are a great choice for dog lovers who are allergic.

#2 – Maltese

Maltese is a small dog with a weight not exceeding 7 pounds. Maltese have a gentle and playful personality, stable health, adaptability and long life. They like to be friends with all ages. Maltese dogs are covered with long, straight, smooth white coat. They also shed very little hair, and will not aggravate allergies.

#3 – Bichon Frise

Bichon Frise is a small breed, with a cute, small appearance, featuring a head covered with round fur and big eyes. Bichon Frise is quite mischievous and curious, however, they need a lot of love and affection from their owners. Bichon Frise is also a dog with an hypoallergenic coat, and people with allergies may consider this breed.

#4 – Coton de Tulear

Coton de Tulear is a small dog breed originating from Madagascar. They are happy, charming, bright and friendly dogs with humans as well as other dogs. Coton de Tulear with a long coat and soft as cotton, and it does not trigger allergy symptoms.

#5 – Portuguese Water Dog

The Portuguese Water Dog is native to the Algarve region of Portugal. With a strong body, and covered with a tight curly coat, previously, they were used as the helpers of fishermen. And the Portuguese Water Dog’s curly coat shed very little, so they are very hypoallergenic

#6 – Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier is of Irish origin. They are breeds of terrier, friendly, happy, devoted and sometimes a little stubborn. Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers have a soft, silky coat and have a low shedding, but they also need to be groomed to avoid matting. And of course they are also a good choice for people suffering from allergies.

#7 – Chinese Crested

Chinese Crested are of Chinese origin, they are of two types: Hairless and Powderpuff, both of which can be born in the same litter. Powderpuff has a thick, straight, soft double coat and also very little shed. Hairless has smooth, soft skin, and they have tufts of hair on the head, tail and ankles. Both Chinese Crested Hairless and Powderpuff are good choices for allergy sufferers

#8 – Giant Schnauzer

Giant Schnauzer is a large dog originating from Germany. They are very daring and muscular, they are also very loyal and alert dogs. Giant Schnauzer has a double thick coat, and minimal shed. Giant Schnauzer is a great choice for people who suffer from allergies but prefer a large dog

#9 – Afghan Hound

The Afghan Hound is a hunting dog native to Afghanistan. They are an ancient breed with a regal appearance, and they are also an intelligent, loyal and devoted companion. Afghan Hound has long, silky coat, and very low shedding. Afghan Hound is a great choice for people who suffer from allergies but prefer a big and charming dog

#10 – Kerry Blue Terrier

The Kerry Blue Terrier is a terrier of a Irish origin. They are an intelligent, adaptable and highly alert dog. The Kerry Blue Terrier is covered in a thick coat, ranging from dark blue to light blue gray and they are also low-shedding dogs.

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