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Pup Allergies? Adpot One Of These Hypoallergenic Dog Breeds

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Allergies can really suck sometimes, but they shouldn’t keep you from adopting a cute little pup. If you’re looking to get a dog, check out these hypoallergenic breeds.

Schnauzer

This breed was originally bred to work on German farms, but they are known for making great pets. Schnauzers are playful, protective, and quite easy to groom. They are fun and energetic and make great family pups.

Border Terrier

These low-maintenance pups don’t require too much to take care of, and they are known for not shedding too much.

Shih Tzu

This breed is known for being fiercely loyal and friendly, and are non-shedding making them a great choice for those who suffer from allergies. The Shih Tzu is a gentle and loving dog, and they will get along easily with children.

Brussels Griffon

These adorable little dogs are known for their inherent cuteness and human-like expressions that give them an innumerable amount of charm. To top it all off, they are hypoallergenic. They make great watchdogs, and are friendly towards children.

Bichon-Frise

One of the best lap dog breeds, the Bichon-Frise is super easy to train and make highly sociable pets. Their coats do no shed, and are incredibly easy to maintain with the proper haircuts.

Scottish Terrier

These recognizable breeds make for great pets, and they are known for having a low shedding double coat making them one of the best breeds for those who suffer from allergies. They make for loyal and depending pups, and require minimal grooming.

Labradoodle

A combination of a Labrador retriever and a Poodle, these pups are exceptionally friendly and hypoallergenic. They make fantastic family pets, and are quite the sociable and playful breed.

Yorkshire Terrier

These compact dogs are quite charming and are known for their devotion and loyalty characteristics. This hypoallergenic may be small, but they are quite bold and get along with other breeds and children alike.

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    Adele McConnell

    February 24, 2019 at 11:30 am

    “Adpot”? Might want to use spellcheck for those typos! LOL

    More importantly, the Labradoodle isn’t a breed. It’s a cross between two Labrador Retrievers and Poodles. Some are more allergy friendly, but some aren’t and it’s a crap shoot because some inherit the Poodle’s characteristics while others don’t, so there are no guarantees when buying a puppy.

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