It's a question frequently posed by allergy suffering dog lovers the world over: are Havanese dogs hypoallergenic? There's been much said in response over the years, some commentators veering so far off course that they clean forget to answer the question at all. Here we give a final and comprehensive answer to the question.
Over 50 million Americans suffer from some sort of allergy and while they are not all caused by pets many can't be in the same room as man's best friend without experiencing the classic symptoms:
The Goldendoodle is a large mixed breed dog produced by crossing a Golden Retriever with a Poodle. Many of the hybrid dogs we see today are Poodle crosses in an attempt to produce hypoallergenic dogs, however this isn't always guaranteed.
Owning a dog that doesn't make you break out in hives or spend their days sneezing doesn't mean you are limited to a small frou-frou breed like a Toy Poodle or Bichon Frise.
If you are one of the 3 in 10 people in the USA who suffer from pet allergies, you may start to wheeze and sneeze whenever you are near a dog and wonder if you will ever experience the unconditional love a dog bestows upon his owner.
If you are one of the numerous Americans who suffer from pet allergies but would love to have a dog in your life, the good news is; even though, encountering some dogs may make your eyes water and itch, there are certain breeds which cause little or no reaction bring on the hypoallergenic Shih Tzu, a small allergy friendly breed originally from Tibet.
Millions of us suffer from pet allergies but the good news is; there are certain breeds and cross-breeds that can share your home without triggering a sneezing fit. Here, we take a look at the allergy friendly Cockapoo and answer the question posed by many, looking for the perfect pooch.
The amount of people suffering from allergies in the USA is increasing every day. Allergic reactions occur when your immune system reacts to a foreign substance these can include food, pollen, dust, chemicals and the proteins found in pet dander, saliva and urine.
The good news for those wanting to purchase or adopt a Westie is, the possibility of runny nose, watery eyes, hives and sneezing is greatly reduced with these adorable little dogs.
Pet allergies are not to be sneezed at, they affect 10% of Americans and while cat allergies are twice as common as dog allergies, many who would love to own a canine companion find they are sensitive to the species.