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20 Dog That Don't Shed: Hypoallergenic Dog Breeds

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20 Dogs That Don’t Shed: Hypoallergenic Dog Breeds

Everybody loves a fuzzy dog whose fur feels as soft and lustrous as velvet. Like walking clouds and cotton candies, one cannot help but find these dogs irresistibly cute and huggable! However, owning a dog is not always rainbows and glitters, especially if your dog sports a thick double coat. Anyone who owns a Siberian Husky or an American Eskimo Dog knows what I am talking about: molting hair 24/7.
With a smug glow of victory, many vacuum-clad owners win their daily battles against dog hair effortlessly. Unfortunately, 10% of US citizens suffer from dog allergy and have deprived themselves the loving company of a four-legged buddy. The good news is that there are actually hypoallergenic dog breeds, which are considered to be more suitable for allergy sufferers.

Small Dog Breeds that Don’t Shed

Bichon Frise


Shih Tzu


Yorkshire terrier

Scottish Terrier

Italian Greyhound

Brussels Griffon

West Highland White Terrier

Medium and Large Dog Breeds that Don’t Shed

Tibetan Terrier

Portuguese Water Dog




Airedale Terrier



Irish Water Spaniel



Do All Dogs Shed?
Technically, all dogs shed, even the great Xoloitzcuintli. There is just a big difference between how much dogs shed. Most dogs have a heavy molt in the spring, while others, particularly the “hairless” variety, shed so little that it is barely possible to tell how much they shed in a year. A few strands, perhaps?

Is It True That Hypoallergenic Dogs Don’t Need Maintenance?
Just because they don’t shed in large quantities, doesn’t mean you should give grooming the brush off. Non-shedding dogs also require daily brushings, regular baths, and occasional trips to the doggie salon. Oftentimes, hypoallergenic dogs need more brushing since they are covered with hair, rather than fur. Thus, they are more prone to matting and tangles.

Will Dog Hair Trigger Allergies in People?
Dog hair per se won’t trigger allergies in humans. It is the dander and saliva that causes allergic reactions in some people. Dander is basically animal dandruff – dead skin particles that a dog flakes off its skin. Without an air purifier, these particles will continue to drift in midair until you inhale them.

No dog is 100% hypoallergenic, as all dogs lick their skin and shed some dander. However, there are certain breeds that have minimal shedding coats. This means pet hair and dander released are put at a minimum and you won’t be seeing the lint roller any time soon. So, don’t deprive yourself of the loving company of a dog. Go ahead and adopt any of these 20 hypoallergenic dog breeds and make your life more colorful!

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