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What Dog Won't Cause Allergy

Introduction

The world loves dogs, from big ones to small ones, fluffy to fur less, noisy ones to ones that hardly make a sound we are a populace who can't get enough of this domesticated animal. But what happens if you’re a person who experiences sneezing, wheezing, runny eyes and a stuffy nose from being in contact with a dog. Are you doomed to a life without the experience of being a dog owner and furthermore avoiding all family and friends who happen to be a dog owner? This may not be the case with the emergence of the hypoallergenic dog; a type of dog that is less likely to cause an allergic reaction. In this article we will supply you with a few different dog breeds that are less likely to cause those annoying allergy symptoms. The world loves dogs, from big ones to small ones, fluffy to furless, noisy ones to ones that hardly make a sound we are a populace who can't get enough of this domesticated animal. But waht happens if your a person who experiences sneezing, wheezing, runny eyesand a stuffy nosefrom being in contact with a dog. Are you doomed to a life without the experince of being q dog owner and of advoiding all family and friends who happen to be a do owner. This may not be the case with the emergence of hypoallergenic dog, a type of dog taht is less likely to cause a allergic reaction. In this article we will supply you with a few differnent dog breeds that are less likely to cause those annoying allergy symptoms.

History

The Chinese crested:

This small breed of dog can be either hairless or a powder-puff variant. The hairless one has a completely hairless body and little tufts of hair on their feet and head, making for an unusual sight. They have an alert, playful, and affectionate personality and are especially good with small children. With the hairless variant it’s important that you apply sunscreen and moisturizer to its skin to prevent sun damage and skin dehydration. This dog is extremely loyal to its owner and can even sometimes experience separation anxiety. They need to be taken for a daily walk and even though they are extremely small (12 inches adult) they should not be carried around habitually. In the winter moths the hairless Chinese crested dog should be given a sweater to wear as they are quite prone to the cold. In summary this hypoallergenic dog would be ideal for apartment dwellers, people with small children and anyone who wants a unique but loyal dog.

Maltese:

A Maltese is a small dog, who normally exhibits a pure white coat. If you choose to buy a Maltese be ready for a spirited, active and playful little bundle of fluff. They are also extremely intelligent dogs and can learn new tricks quickly and with a level of ease. They are sociable with other dogs and even other non-canine animals, making it the ideal new addition if you already have other pets. Like the Chinese crested dog they are extremely loyal and loving to their owners thus they can also experience separation anxiety. They can live in apartments but will require a daily walk. Because maltase have long flowing coats they will require a daily brush and routine visits to a groomer. The Maltese does not shed its fur so it’s the ideal dog for allergy sufferers. In summary this do would be ideal for anyone who lives in small quarters, has a dog allergy, and wishes for a loyal loving dog companion.

Features

Poodle:

Poodles can come in three different sizes, toy, miniature and standard, and in a range of colours which include white, black and apricot. This dog breed holds a wide range of personality traits and skills, from the standard being an amazing hunter and retriever and the small/toy being a loving and affectionate family dog. All three sizes of the poodle are highly intelligent and will learn new tricks with ease. Like the Maltese the poodle does not shed fur, thus it’s ideal for dog allergy sufferers. Because of its unique fur the poodle will require grooming every 6-8 weeks to ensure that it is at a maintainable length.

Airedale terrier:

This variant of terrier has been coined as the king of terriers due to it being the second largest in the terrier family. Its temperament is one of extreme intelligence, protectiveness, loyal and rowdy but it’s important to note that this dog can be quite stubborn which makes it difficult to train. Its wiry coat does not shed frequently making it a good pick for a dog allergy sufferer and its coat needs to be stripped every so often. Stripping is where a groomer removes loose hair from its undercoat with a special grooming tool. This dog needs to be entertained and challenged with creative and fun tasks on a daily basis as they are prone to becoming bored.

Tips and comments

  1. Whenever people think of dog allergies they normally associate it with the dog’s fur or coat, but actually it’s their dander (flakes of dead skin), urine and saliva. To combat this it is a good idea to frequently wash your dog or take them to a dog groomer.
  2. A dog allergy can be treated with prescription medication, so be sure to discuss it with your doctor.
By Athena Rhodes, published at 02/29/2012
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