WoofPost.Com - Hypoallergenic Dogs: 5 Breeds to Consider

Laguna Niguel, CA - With nearly ten percent of the population allergic to dogs, many people find themselves in a no win situation when it comes to owning a canine companion.


People who suffer from dog allergies exhibit such irritating symptoms as itchy, watery eyes, plus a runny nose and sneezing when they have contact with a dog. Actually it’s the dander, tiny microscopic flecks of skin, that causes people to react with allergy symptoms.

These particles of skin cling to the dog’s hair, so a dog that sheds a lot will usually cause an allergic person to have more symptoms than a dog that doesn’t shed as much, or is actually hairless.

While no dog breed is truly hypoallergenic, there are some breeds that are better for allergy sufferers than others. These include the hairless breeds and several other breeds that don’t shed as much as other dogs.

WoofPost.com has published a guide to five of the most popular breeds that are less likely to cause allergic symptoms in sensitive owners titled Is There Really A Dog That Is Hypoallergenic? Five Dog Breeds To Consider.

Also published recently are: Valentine’s Day Chocolate Can Spell Trouble for Dogs, Homemade Valentine’s Day Peanut Butter Dog Treats, and Warning! Xylitol Is Sweet Poison for Dogs.

WoofPost.com is a comprehensive site for information dog owners can rely on, and includes tips on health, exercise, fun facts, breed profiles and much more. To access the hypoallergenic dog guide plus the additional articles mentioned and more, just go to https://woofpost.com.

WoofPost.com has a free active Facebook Group of dog parents which any dog owner is welcome to join at TheWoofBookGroup.com. The official Woof Post hashtag is #woofpost.


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