A dog is man’s best friend. It can therefore be disappointing when your canine friend becomes a source of misery – because of allergic reactions. Remember how dogs love to lick their human companions? Well, dogs have an allergenic protein that is secreted in their saliva, urine and dead skin.
Luckily, there are dogs that produce very little of this protein. Others shed less dander and are not into the drooling habit. These are the hypoallergenic dogs that are great for folks who suffer from pet allergies (even cats that shed do cause nasty allergies).
We at hypoallergenicdogsnames.com endeavor to inform our readers about these non shedding dogs; and of ways to prevent and reduce allergic reactions.
There’s a dog for everyone!
The great news about dogs is that there are so many dog breeds.
- Dogs come in different colors, sizes and temperament.
- Some dog breeds, like the Basenji and Jack Russell terrier, are great hunters while others love to be cuddled.
- There are dogs that love kids (and a lot of attention), while others prefer a quiet environment.
- Some dogs are hairless
- There are indoor versus outdoor dogs.
There are toy dog breeds such as the hypoallergenic Shih Tzu and small sized dogs such as the Bichon Frise. Other dogs such as the Bedlington Terrier are medium sized and hypoallergenic. The Portuguese Water Dog is one of the large hypoallergenic dogs that don’t shed much. It is our hope that the information on this website will help you choose the perfect dog breed. The dog forum is another great place to meet other dog lovers.