Allergy Dogs List: That Don't Shed
Non-shedding dogs don't equal allergy friendly: You still need to know these breeds
Here you'll find a list today, of dogs that are actually known to be allergy dogs, but really aren't!
Non-shedding dog breeds
While they are only conditionally suitable for allergy sufferers, you should definitely get to know them anyway.
To this day, he is considered man's best friend - the dog. Thus, he takes an important role in very many families and is considered a permanent as well as full-fledged family member. Since however in the today's time ever more humans allergies develop, should be paid attention before the acquisition of a dog, which dog race loses little fur and is suitable thus for Allergiker. Should a dog allergy exist, it can lead to undesirable health conditions. These allergic reactions include coughing, sneezing as well as watery eyes. In worse cases even shortness of breath can be the consequence. If such an allergy or intolerance exists, this does not mean that it is triggered in all dog breeds.
As different as the intolerance are of course also the non-shedding dog breeds. Not every dog that sheds little to no hair is suitable for allergy sufferers. And not every person who chooses a dog breed that sheds little of its coat is also an allergy sufferer. The reasons can be very different. If we now get a dog that loses little or no fur, we do not have to remove so many hairs from the sofa or our clothes. Furthermore, the house cleaning with such a dog breed turns out more sparse, because by the few hairs must also be vacuumed less or the clothes depilated.
Dog breeds that do not shed
1. german wirehair
The German wirehaired pointer is considered the most popular pointing dog for hunting. In addition to its qualities as a hunting dog, the "Deutsch Drahthaar" is considered intelligent, loyal, affectionate and friendly. However, as he is very headstrong and predestined for hunting, he is definitely not a beginner's dog and should always be in experienced hands, preferably with hunting ambitions. Due to his extremely easy-care coat, he belongs to the non-hairy dog breeds. Although he hardly loses fur, he is not hypoallergenic and therefore not suitable for allergy sufferers.
2. West Highland White Terrier
The West Highland Terrier is considered the fashion dog of the 1990s. It all started with an advertisement for dog food featuring a small and cute West Highland White Terrier. This dog breed is considered to be very active, friendly, alert and hardy. Furthermore, he belongs to the non-hairy dog breeds, which are also hypoallergenic and therefore suitable for allergy sufferers. However, it should be trimmed every eight to ten weeks, otherwise it will require increased grooming.
3. chart polski
The Chart Polski found his origin in Poland already in the 14th century. He is considered to be a self-confident, confident, reserved as well as courageous dog. In addition, he also belongs to the dog breeds that lose very little to no fur. However, it is not hypoallergenic and therefore not suitable for allergy sufferers.
4. american water spaniel
The American Water Spaniel is also one of the dog breeds that do not shed. It is a very sporty and child-loving dog, which captivates by its attentive, devoted, loyal and courageous nature. In Germany this dog breed is almost completely unknown.
Furthermore, the dog breed of the poodle as well as poodle hybrids, the so-called designer dogs, belong to don´ts shed dogs, which are also hypoallergenic and suitable for allergy sufferers.
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