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The Benefits of Hypoallergenic Dogs

Group of five labradoodle puppies sat together, one chocolate colored, the other four are cream
Labradoodle Puppies

What is a Hypoallergenic Dog?

If you're someone who loves dogs but suffers from allergies, you may feel like getting a furry companion is out of reach. But fear not, because there is a solution: hypoallergenic dogs. Hypoallergenic dogs are breeds that produce fewer allergens than other breeds, making them a great option for people with allergies.

Why consider getting a hypoallergenic dog?

1. Hypoallergenic Dogs Reduce Allergic Reactions

The number one reason to get a hypoallergenic dog is to reduce allergic reactions. People with allergies are often sensitive to dog dander, which is made up of tiny flakes of skin and hair that dogs shed. Hypoallergenic dogs produce fewer allergens, making them a better option for people with allergies. While no dog breed is completely hypoallergenic, some breeds, such as Labradoodles, are better for people with allergies than others.

2. Hypoallergenic Dogs Shed Less

Hypoallergenic dogs also tend to shed less than other breeds. This means you'll have less dog hair to clean up around your home, which can be a big plus if you're someone who likes to keep things tidy. Additionally, less shedding can mean less exposure to dog dander, which can help reduce allergic reactions.

3. Hypoallergenic Dogs Suit Apartment Living

If you live in an apartment or small space, a hypoallergenic dog can be a great option. Many hypoallergenic breeds are smaller in size, making them a better fit for smaller homes. A large number of our Cream Puff families come from NYC specifically to take home a mini puppy.

4. Hypoallergenic Dogs are Great Companions

Hypoallergenic dogs are not only great for people with allergies, they also make great companions. Many hypoallergenic breeds are known for their friendly and affectionate personalities. They are often great with children and make wonderful family pets.

Many Cream Puff families come to us specifically looking for a hypoallergenic dog. They love dogs but have never been able to have one as a pet due to the severe allergic reactions they experience. While no dog can ever be deemed 100% hypoallergenic, breeds such as Labradoodles are very well suited to those with allergies. Our founder started Cream Puff Labradoodles many years ago for this reason - Labradoodles are one of the most hypoallergenic dog breeds around!


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