Top 5 Dogs For People With Allergies

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Dogs For People With Allergies

If you love dogs but sneeze or cough like crazy around anything canine, what you need is a list of recommended dogs for people with allergies.

The good news is that there are breeds suitable for allergic folks. According to recent data from the World Health Organization, 15 percent of the population develop allergies from pets, such as dogs, cats, guinea pigs and others.

Hypoallergenic dog breeds are suitable choice for people with similar problems. You can use any puppy finder but keep in mind that allergies vary in different people. It is best to spend 24 hours with the dog you want to adopt before it becomes an integral part of your life.

While there are no dogs that 100% don’t cause an allergic reaction, there are some breeds that are well known for being hypoallergenic. Below are the most suitable dogs for allergic people.

Portuguese Water Dog

Portuguese Water Dog

Despite the odd name, Portuguese Water Dogs are loving and very suitable for allergy sufferers. They hail from Portugal and were reared mainly by fishermen who taught them to help with fishing.

This breed is rare and yet it is one of the most popular in America. Their hair doesn’t fall and are very good with kids. The US President Barack Obama bought such a dog for his daughter Malia who suffers from allergies.

Bichon Frise

Bichon Frise

This is a decorative breed. They are small, sweet, with thick and curly hair that prevents dander and dead hair from escaping. The Bichon Frise requires frequent bathing and brushing but this grooming also helps control saliva, a potent allergen.

And for allergy sufferers whose allergies are triggered by scents and smells, it’s good news that this dog breed does not emit the characteristic dog’s smell making it even more desirable as a pet.

Poodle

Poodle

Poodles are wonderful pets, even for people with allergies. Like the Portuguese water dog, their hair doesn’t fall. They are also very loving and loyal.

There are many interesting and quirky stories about this breed.

Poodles were part of the army of the French emperor Napoleon who made a special decree for the breed, making it part of the officer’s equipment. The composer Richard Wagner had brought his poodle to rehearsals since it barked loudly whenever a musician played out of tune.

American hairless terrier

American hairless terrier

If other “hypoallergenic” breeds are still not working out for you, then you need to check out the American hairless terrier. Tests showed that people with allergic responses to hypoallergenic breeds can tolerate the AHT. This makes them the best breed for people with really bad dog allergies.

The AHT was created from a very rare hairless Rat Terrier that gave birth to two other hairless pups. In the canine world, they were remarkable and incredibly unique. Thanks to their progeny, dog allergy sufferers have a chance to finally own and hold a dog in their arms.

Chinese crested dog

Chinese crested dog

This dog has hair on the head, tail and feet but an essential part of its body is hairless. It comes from Mexican dogs that lived 2000 years before our era with the tribes that inhabited Mexico today. In strange ways, it was transferred to China and was later imported to England.

The Chinese crested dog is friendly and loving animal.

Other recommended dogs for people with allergies are the Schnauzer, the Peruvian naked dog, some terriers, and Shih Tzu.

Check out any of these dogs so you can have your canine bestfriend soon!

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