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    Hypoallerginic??

    Does anyone here know wat all the dog breeds are relatively hypoallergenic?
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    There is the poodles, portugese water dogs that come to mind right off the top of my head.

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    well i was wondering about small dogs like under 15 lbs that are hypoallergenic thanx if anyone can help me
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    Toy Poodles, Mini poodle, B'ichons, Cotons de Tulear, Havanese, Bolognese. They are zero to no dander, and zero to low shedding. Havaneses are the greasiest of the group. Toy Poodles the smallest, mini poodles the largest, everybody else in between. All the breeds have different coats. All the same family, relatively small.... Up to 20 lbs there abouts.


    Of course, mine has a breed standard of 12 lbs, went all the way up to 17, at ideal health.
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    Count the Cotons Senior Dog Moderator Moo's Avatar
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    There's also Xolo's.... let me take a whack at this... xolocuitlies. Mainly hairless, except for eyebrows.

    And hairless chinese cresteds, and american hairless terriers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moo
    There's also Xolo's.... let me take a whack at this... xolocuitlies. Mainly hairless, except for eyebrows.

    And hairless chinese cresteds, and american hairless terriers.
    lol a hairless dog would be to weird for me lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by reinerdude22
    lol a hairless dog would be to weird for me lol
    Me too, lol. That's why I had completely forgotten about them in my initial post, but I know there are some people who like them.
    Last edited by Moo; 02-23-2005 at 07:44 AM.
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    greyhounds are very good for people for who have allergies

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    Also Maltese, Brussles Griffon, Austrillian Terriers, Silky Terriers, Yorkies (try them!!! some people DO react to them!!! They ARE greasy dogs!) and for another small breed Italian Greyhounds.
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    proud owner of a standard poodle mare and a lab/mix mare
    Reiner.... your siggy confuses me....
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