If you or someone in your family are prone to allergies, then it can be very difficult to own a pet. That’s because most pets are known to cause allergies of some sort. Some people are allergic to cat hair, others just get allergic reactions to pet dander. However, a Hypoallergenic Puppy could be the answer, they are extremely cute, not to mention suitable for you even if you have other types of allergies.
There are 20+ Hypoallergenic puppy breeds
While it might not seem like a lot, the fact that there is 20+. The amount of hypoallergenic puppy types out there is nothing short of extraordinary. Plus, you can add to that the low-shedding dogs, which can still be a great pet for people with allergies. There are also many colours and coat type, not to mention size variations as well. There are a vast range of options for everyone, so you will have no problem finding the right Hypoallergenic Puppy for sale.
You don’t have to worry about cleaning up after them
The great advantage you get from having Hypoallergenic Puppies is that they don’t shed that much, if at all. You still need to get them a haircut from time to time, but the fact that there’s no need to worry about shedding really makes a huge difference more often than not. Regular grooming is however mandatory here, so that’s definitely something to take into consideration.
Less dander to deal with
Most Hypoallergenic Puppies don’t have dander, or they just have a tiny bit of it. Plus, the fact that they shed less also means they spread less dander around the home. Of course, regular grooming will take care of that, so it’s definitely something to take into consideration. It’s well worth keeping that in mind for the best results.
Which are the best Hypoallergenic puppy breeds?
Poodles are widely known for being great Hypoallergenic dogs, especially teacup poodles. Then you have the Maltipoo breed which are a cross of Poodle and Maltese. Our Maltese puppies for sale are also Hypoallergenic, so you could consider giving them a try. However, they do need daily brushing if you want to prevent any type of mats. They are some of the top contenders if you want a hypoallergenic puppy.
Other breeds you should consider include Bichon Frise, Schnauzer or the Chinese Crested. What you will notice here is that most Hypoallergenic Puppies come from small breeds, which is quite interesting.
A Hypoallergenic Puppy will no doubt be very cute, great to be around and you don’t have to worry about allergic reactions. These puppies are unique, extraordinary and you will find yourself impressed with their unique appeal and style. Since you have a variety of Hypoallergenic puppy breeds, you just have to figure out which ones are great for you. All you need is to browse our list above and find the right breed that suits your style and requirements. Whether you opt for those cute Maltese puppies, Teacup Poodles or a cross of the two – Maltipoos, they are all great Hypoallergenic breeds, and you should consider giving them a try when you want to find your next puppy!