7 Hypoallergenic Dog Breeds

Dogs That Don't Shed

Hypoallergenic and non-shedding have gained more prominence in recent times. This is because dog allergies also are on the increase. This prompts several pet lovers to seek hypoallergenic dog breeds.

It is a fact that no dog is entirely hypoallergenic.  The fact is that many dogs shed allergens. Moreover, there are quite several breeds that adapt better to allergy than others. This breed of dogs that don't shed may relieve you of the stress of lint rollers.

Tibetan Terrier

Tibetan Terrier shed minimally however they still require high-level grooming as well.

The history of this breed has it that Buddhist monks have them as companions. Tibetan Terrier also served and serves as security dogs to herd men who were and still always on the road.

Shih Tzu

The Shih Tzu coat does not shed; they only break when dog owners brush them. Shih Tzu is highly loyal and energetically. It is a friendly dog breed.

Shih Tzu was initially bred to resemble a lion. Shih Tzu as a word in the Chinese Language comes from the word lion dog as depicted in ancient Oriental art.


Poodles are one of the most widely known dog breeds in the world. They are intelligent, sensitive, and highly responsive. They come in three types (Standard, Toy, Miniature) 

Dog smell, which is typical for dogs, is alien to the poodle breed. They do not shed so much.


Havanese, according to history, was initially bred for Cuban aristocrat. They were nicknamed "Velcro Dog" because of how close they were to their owners.

Havaneses are playful, high spirited, and friendly. They are social, and they get along ideally with kids.

Scottish Terrier

The Scottish terrier is so famous it has domiciled in the white house with two presidents of the United States of America (Franklin D. Roosevelt and George W. Bush).

Scotts makes loyal companions. They require minimal grooming, and they are independent. Even though scoots are territorial, they still make fantastic.


Traceable to the 1980s, Labradoodle is a product of a mix between a Labrador Retriever and a standard miniature Poodle. Labradoodle on its own is not a dog breed. This breed is quite technical so dog lovers should talk to reputable breeders. No traits appear commonly across all Labradoodles.

Labradoodle is naturally friendly, active, and loyal; they make great family pets. They are hypoallergenic, low shedding, and good-natured dog breeds.

Yorkshire Terrier

Originally bred to hunts rodents in clothing and wood mills farms. Yorkshire is little dogs that don't see themselves as one. Their origin is unknown. They are adventurous, loyal, and devoted. Yorkshire Terrier makes loving companions.

It is speculated that the early Yorkies were much, but as time passed.  The choices made during the breeding process to selectively breed smaller members is behind the current breed standard

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