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Large Hypoallergic Dog Breeds

Hypoallergenic dogs are the best choice for allergy sufferers, as they either do not shed or shed very little that makes them less likely to cause a serious reaction in owners. However, it is important to note that the saliva and the skin of a dog can still trigger an allergic event in the sensitive people. Therefore, it is recommended that people who suffer from pet allergies discuss their options with their doctor before choosing a canine companion. Here is the list of Hypoallergic Dog Breeds that you can choose if you have pet allergies.


These pups shed very less. They love their owners so much that they won’t let them out of his sight, so you can expect to have a friend by your side at all times. Schnauzers come in three sizes: Giant, Standard, and Miniature.




This breed of dogs is one of the best options of for people suffering from pet allergy. This breed shed quite little, as well as you will find no doggie odor or dander.  In addition to this, they’re known for being gentle and smiley, so they are good for kids.


Yorkshire terrier

Yorkshire terrier is perfect for those people who do not have big yard. These pups neither shed nor have a lot of dander. However, they require heavy grooming; therefore, keep the brush in hand when she paws at your lap.

Yorkshire terrier

Bedlington Terrier

At first glance, Bedlington Terrier looks more like a lamb than a dog. This breed of dogs does not shed and is very mild-mannered.

Bedlington Terrier

Shih Tzu

In spite of long, silky locks, this breed of dogs sheds very lightly.  Further, they need a lot of grooming. They are kind, affectionate and easygoing. But, this breed of dogs becomes jealous of toddlers and babies, so protect your little loved ones from their insecurity.

Shih Tzu

Italian Greyhound

Italian Greyhounds’ have thin coat, so they barely sheds, and it’s easy to keep them clean of allergens. In addition to this, the breed is very loyal and playful, and does not need a big yard. But, they aren’t good option for the family living in a chilly climate, because they’re extremely sensitive to cold.



This breed of dogs don’t shed or bark as well as they have very little dander, so they are a great choice of people who have pet allergy. They can be hard to train, like most hounds. But, their stubborn demeanor comes packed with lots of lovable personality.



From Delhi, Rahul is an animal lover at heart. He is a writer and most of his writing revolves around making people aware of animal issues like health, training and grooming.

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