The 5 biggest hypoallergenic dogs: Poodle, Giant Schnauzer, more
Listen, here at Dog O ‘Day we all love dogs. Short and tall, long hair doesn’t care, mischievous or cold, we’ll take any puppy! But, unfortunately, sometimes the dog we can have is beyond our control. Some families prefer hypoallergenic dogs. If this is you, we are sharing the Biggest Hypoallergenic Dogs.
Whether it’s uncontrollable sneezing or you just don’t have time to vacuum all the dog hair … well, all, some families prefer having a hypoallergenic dog.
No hate here. I believe every dog lover and family should do some research before bringing a new puppy into their home. This is true for many reasons. You need to see if you have time for long walks if you have a very energetic puppy or if you are willing to take your new dog to the groomer several times.
However, the main reason pet owners have hypoallergenic dogs are allergies and shedding. Now, as Monster K9 points out, no dog is 100% allergen-free, but the right one can have a significant impact on your allergies and the amount of hair you pick up.
What is the biggest hypoallergenic dog?
These are the top five hypoallergenic dog breeds that don’t shed or shed very little.
This breed, originally bred for herding cattle, but also known to be good guard dogs, is loyal and obedient in addition to losing little.
Portuguese water dog
These excellent swimmers will leave no hair behind and, unlike the Giant Schnauzer, only weigh 40 to 60 pounds. So if you are looking for a breed that sheds very little, but isn’t giant, this is the one for you.
The Airedale Terrier is known to shed a bit when there is a change of seasons, but stops soon after. They are very playful and energetic.
Now if you want a low maintenance dog, there is no other dog like the Bergamasco Shepherd! The owner has not reported any shedding and their coats don’t even require brushing. They are very easy going dogs and also only need moderate exercise.
Finally, we have our first choice. The Standard Poodle is known not to shed, but make no mistake, Labradoodles, Golden Doodles, and other breeds mixed with Poodles shed. Not much, but they do. If you absolutely don’t want a loss, a standard carrycot is your best bet.
Which hypoallergenic dog is right for you?