Top 5 Hypoallergenic Dog Breeds!


Hi guys! Nicole and Albert here with the Relax
My Dog Vlog. So, we’re going to be here every week answering all of your doggy questions.
This week we’ve had a lot of you asking about hypoallergenic dog breeds. Although no dog
is 100% hypoallergenic, this week we’re going to be going through some of the top breeds
that you can get if you are allergic to dogs. So we hope you enjoy this video, and if there’s
anything you want us to cover in the next vlog just give us a comment. Now, before we
start on that subject, I’ve had a comment from Chickaboom Pop about how to stop your
dog from wanting to eat everything. Quite a tricky one, I know when I’m walking Albert
to work he is literally just looking on the floor for any food he can possibly find. He’s
jumping up now because he heard the word food! So I’ve had a little look on the internet
and I’m going to try a couple of different tricks this week so I will let you know next
week what has worked and if anything is going to stop him from wanting to eat everything.
So I know your dog is called Cinnamon, so lets hope Cinnamon can use a trick or two
that I teach Albert this week. So keep tuned for that. Here at Relax My Dog we can;t imagine
not being able to have a dog because of an allergy, but the reality is that three in
ten of us will suffer from an allergy to our furry friends. So we’ve put together a list
of five of the top breeds for allergy sufferers. From dogs that have less dander, shed less
or have no hair at all, there’s sure to be a breed here for you. So number one – the
Bichon Frise. The Bichon makes an amazing family pet, he loves to play, he gets on with
other animals and gets on with children. Now, I think these dogs look just like teddy bears,
they have white fluffy fur black noses and black eyes, so they really do look like a
children’s toy! They always seem to be happy and they make really gentle and affectionate
pets. They don’t like being left on their own for very long though, so if you do have
to go out and work all day they might not be the dog for you. The main negative of this
breed is that they are renowned with suffering from separation anxiety, so this is another
reason why you shouldn’t be leaving them on their own for long periods. They also need
a lot of exercise, but the main upside is that the are great for allergy sufferers as
their fur doesn’t shed like other dogs. So our next breed is the Shih Tzu, which is a
dog that you can rely on to make friends wherever they go. The Shih Tzu is a consistently friendly
dog, and this is mainly because they have never been bred to guard, hunt or herd. This
dog is always going to be your loving companion, and they are a great family pet because they
get on with children and any other animal. Their distinctive looks are their hair, which
grows out at all angles, and their underbite which makes them look like they are always
smiling. Many people mistake the Shih Tzu for a non shedding breed, but this isn’t technically
true. The Shih Tzu has hair instead of fur, and they have a double coat as well, so when
their hair gets loose usually it just gets caught trapped inside the coats. This does
mean that they are great for allergy sufferers, but it does also mean that you are going to
have to groom them every couple of days to make sure that you get rid of all of their
loose hair. Out third breed is the Chinese Crested, and although these puppies usually
win the ugly dog contest, they are one of the most beautiful dog breeds to own because
of their loving personalities. They are very loyal. They are amazing family pets and they
love spending time with their humans. Even though they are a very athletic dog, their
favourite past time is just curling up on the sofa with their family. Don’t be surprised
if your Crested has to sleep in bed with you under the covers, they get very attached to
their humans. Unfortunately this does mean that they have a tendency to suffer with separation
anxiety, so this is going to have to be something that you think about before getting a Crested.
They don’t like to be left on their own for long periods of time, and they are going to
whimper and whine when you leave them. But because of the obvious lack of hair on this
breed, they are perfect for allergy sufferers, but it is important to remember that there
are different variations of the breed – like the powderpuff – which is very hairy so I
wouldn’t go for that one. Our fourth breed is the Schnauzer. The Schnauzer’s unique and
defining handsome look has made it a favourite with the breeders, who have now come up with
different variations, so there is the giant Schnauzer and the miniature Schnauzer. This
breed has been used as therapy dogs, search and rescue dogs and it’s all because of they
have got a really intelligent personality and they are very eager to please. The Schnauzer
makes a great guard dog, as they were bred to be working farm dogs. They have a much
deeper bark and sound like a much bigger dog. The Schnauzer has a short, wiry coat which
has a lack of shedding, and a lack of that doggy odour, so it is perfect for both allergy
sufferers and proud house owners. Our fifth and final breed is the Yorkshire terrier.
Now, although these are classed as a toy sized dog because of their small size, what they
lack in size they make up for in personality. These dogs need a lot of exercise and a lot
of attention. The Yorkie is relatively easy to train because they are very intelligent
dogs, however you will need to set the rules firmly and very early on as they can get very
dependent and demanding. Their small size also means they are perfect for anyone living
in apartments or smaller houses. So for allergy sufferers you just need to make sure that
you are getting a pure bred Yorkshire Terrier. When a Yorkie is pure bred, they don’t shed
and they have a lot less dander than other dogs. But if you start mixing breeds, then
you can;t guarantee anything. So there you have it, our top five dog breeds. It’s really
important for us to say that we do recommend spending time with any breed before you do
get it as an allergy sufferer. You need to remember that a dog is for life, and you don’t
want to get it and then find out that you are getting an allergic reaction. But we’re
pretty sure that with this choice of five beautiful dog breeds, you’re going to find
one that is absolutely perfect for you. So from me and Albert here at Relax My Dog, we
hope you enjoyed the vlog. Give us a big thumbs up, Albert has actually got thumbs – he has
extra toes. He’s a bit of a weirdo. So make sure you comment in the box if you’ve got
any questions and we’ll be back again next week with the next vlog. Bye!

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54 Responses

  1. Esmée Koury says:

    Interesting

  2. Fallon-Jayne Carter says:

    I have a bichon Frise called Betsy who is 5 this year I have had her since she was a puppy

  3. Sanja Dizdarević says:

    Your dog is so cuuute. But I can't really figure it out what breed is this, French bulldog or pug or maybe a mix? Love your videos! 😉

  4. zeymonkey 123 says:

    my yorkie dosnt like eating but she loves to chew (eat but I dont lether) what shuld I do?

  5. mmmollusk man says:

    No poodles?

  6. Caleb Adams says:

    Can you do a video on Havanese dogs behavior and characteristics. Thanks!

  7. Joelle yeye says:

    We had a bichon. She died about a year ago though… I loved this video!

  8. Jacob Cerruti says:

    I have a snousher 😉

  9. Jacob Cerruti says:

    Walter

  10. Smol kitty says:

    Coton de tuléar
    WHERE IS IT?!?
    I have it…its best breed ever❤

  11. Alessandra Perez says:

    i have a chitzu and a bichon, i know i wrote chitzu bad but i dont know how to write it

  12. AnimeFan says:

    I have a Doberman mix with a Coonhound and he is 1 year old. He keeps pulling, do you have any tips?

  13. AnimeFan says:

    By the way, love your videos

  14. Amanda James says:

    I also recommend the Maltese and the Poodle (toy or normal) I have asthma and I have to have hypoallergenic dogs or I get a whole bunch of asthma. We have 1 Shitzu, 2 Maltese, and a 10 week old toy Poodle. I haven't had an allergy induced asthma attack since!!

  15. Addy Moralas says:

    how old is your dog

  16. Michael Jubs says:

    looking for a small dog (hyper allergenic)my wife is in "love" with the apple head Chihuahua however i hear they shed lots and are yappy…help!!!

  17. Michael Jubs says:

    Any information on Maltese/ toy poodle?? Thanks in advance

  18. toribuilds says:

    How do you spell the first puppy's name

  19. toribuilds says:

    Do the bichon frisée stay little

  20. Kyra Remy says:

    what's wrong wit her eyeliner😂😂😂😂

  21. Derick Slowe says:

    I love this video your great

  22. toribuilds says:

    Do the bicho frisée get bigger??

  23. I'll tape your day says:

    How big will your dog get?

  24. Shawndra Ortiz says:

    Bishon frise

  25. Crazy Bunny says:

    How big does yorkies get?

  26. DoubleThe Trouble says:

    how come you didn't put in poodle

  27. Biz says:

    How do you get your dog to excercise when it has ceasures or is lazy?

  28. Biz says:

    We might get a Yorkshire Terrier:) my dog Oscar is a Javanese and he is having a lot of ceasures:(

  29. VanillaChinchilla says:

    Im allegect

  30. TONY LEBLANC says:

    what about a teacup

  31. Kira Zone says:

    What happens if we are allergic to fur

  32. Felix Neri says:

    What happened to you make up?

  33. Robyn O'hare says:

    My brother is allergic to dogs and we bought one and had to give it away because of that (King Charles caviller ) and we are tying to look for a less coated dog bug except from jack Russel

  34. Catalina Ramsey says:

    Your eye shadow sucks

  35. Aspin says:

    wow so cute dog…

  36. All Things Nicky Lee says:

    Omg please watch a makeup tutorial…. your eye makeup is dreadful!

  37. Maya Ojo says:

    Her eyes 😂😂😂😂😂 jesus

  38. McWolfTime 1 says:

    How do you make your dog stop jumping on people

  39. oh hello there says:

    My mom is allergic to dogs and i found an excuse to get one!!!!!!! but i has school :c i want the teddy bear puppy!!!!!!! but i can't always be there… wait, what happens when you leave them alone too long???

  40. Me As in ‘Me’ says:

    my mom is allergic not all her life just when we first came to america and i think she also got asthma my dad was first in america then me and my mom moved to the house now lived in the apartment for like 3 years now and my dad still needs enough money to buy a house so we can buy a hypoallergenic dog but a small one otherwise it will die of small space that is what my dad said but my mom can stay near dogs for 2-3 hours which is a relief i am a cat lover but i have a pug back in India my mom said that i wanted him at a shelter i was only 3 i do not have much memory of it my mom only told me so i don't want to throw my heart away of dogs why do i talk a lot about canines?? XD XD XDDDDD

  41. Simon Petkov says:

    What about pomeranian i know im kinda late but im going to be getting one (im alergic)

  42. Sophie.Is.Wierd S.I.W says:

    My mom said if i get 5 a's on my second reportcard shell get me a hyperallergenic puppy

  43. Kuuri Boyy says:

    Can you be allergic to pug?

  44. ItzLiterallyLondon says:

    My pits name is cinnamon she just had pups

  45. i want 2 die says:

    YOUR EYE MAKEUP.. AHH

  46. AL says:

    My girlfriend has samoyed at our house. He is so adorable and cuteeee 🙂 i love him too
    But Im having a super bad alergy of Samoyed Hair. Its sheeds a lot. Even the fur can be everywhere.

    1. Samoyed shreeds a lot. I swear A LOT
    2. Even only the fur that stick on my clothes, can make me cough for hours
    3. Everytime i bring him inside our room, i will coughing untill my chest hurt

    Suggestion
    1. Please make sure you check the samoyed fur, bringing them with you for 7-10days
    2. If you alergic, then samoyed not fit you
    3. Check which alergan that makes you alergic.
    Is it the fur? Saliva? Or dan?

  47. Sophia Castro says:

    can u please do dogs woth no hair??

  48. Sophie Bunny says:

    hi…im allergic to both cats and dogs but i might be abled to get a hypoallergenic dog because im less allergic to them…when i was about 6/5 years old and my mom was getting her car oil changed and those people had a big cream colored dog and i would always play with him…but one day i started get itchy and stuff and we had to go home and ive been allergic ever since…i really want a dog….do alot of people grow of dog allergys?

  49. Me As in ‘Me’ says:

    I got a pup!!! She is a Vizsla and her name is princess, also we moved

  50. uhh clarissa says:

    Super helpful! But what happened with your eye makeup woo

  51. Carter Yoder says:

    I have the first breed

  52. Terry Bardy says:

    How about the poodle???

  53. RosieBosie says:

    Every body is so mean to her. It's her face and her style

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