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Large Dogs with Low Dander

Updated on February 12, 2016
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Large Low Dander Dogs the Ultimate Pet Choice

Large low dander dogs are a breed of dogs that are the most recommendable dog breeds for people allergic to pet dander. Large low dander hypoallergenic dogs are the ultimate dogs of choice for parents who have kids who are allergic to dog hair or dander. Dander accumulation in the house is one of the most challenging things for dog owners since they are faced by this challenge of constantly working to eliminate dander from their house, air and carpet. While this is not the kind of thing you want to do every day, adopting one of the dogs that shed much will leave you occupied the whole day cleaning up and removing dander from your house. Luckily, if you don’t have a dog yet, you can choose wisely and select a dog that has low dander. Besides the fact that large low dander dogs are easy to live with, they will definitely cuts down on your pet expenditure since you don’t have to buy products that are necessary for eliminating pet dander in the house.

Selecting a Large Low Dander Dog Breed

There are a wide range of factors that are considered when making a choice on the kind of a dog breed to adopt. It is in the individual preference domain that this considerations rest. Consequently, different people have different preferences for pets, dog breeds the same way people have different preference for cars they drive. Majorly the selection of pets especially dogs for adoption is based on their abilities, behaviors, intelligence and appearance. One thing that you should never underrate when selecting a dog for adoption, is the amount of dander that the dog produces and whether the dog is serious threat to the immediate family members’ health. This is important because the entire family will interact with the dog often.

Selecting a Large Low Dander Dog Breed

There are a wide range of factors that are considered when making a choice on the kind of a dog breed to adopt. It is in the individual preference domain that this considerations rest. Consequently, different people have different preferences for pets, dog breeds the same way people have different preference for cars they drive. Majorly the selection of pets especially dogs for adoption is based on their abilities, behaviors, intelligence and appearance. One thing that you should never underrate when selecting a dog for adoption, is the amount of dander that the dog produces and whether the dog is serious threat to the immediate family members’ health. This is important because the entire family will interact with the dog often.

Large Low Dander Dogs for Allergic People

In the recent past, there have been increasing trends of people who are diagnosed with allergies or who are susceptible to allergic reactions. One of the best ways to treat allergies and hypersensitivity reactions is to avoid them in the first place. Allergies are often treated by eliminating the causative agent from the environment and by suppressing the hypersensitivity reaction. In homes many allergies are related to environment and diet. While treating diet related may be more precise since people react to certain food types, the environment related allergy can at times be a nightmare to curb or treat. One such allergy is related to pet dander. If you do not know you are allergic to pet dander it may be a costly mistake that you can take to adopt a dog that sheds the most.

In most cases the dog hair may be inhaled causing you to sneeze in the attempt to eliminate the hair from your respiratory airways. Depending with the severity the hypersensitivity can at times be an emergency condition that necessitates immediate medical attention. You don’t have to wait for medical emergencies for you to know the kind of dog that you should keep at home.

Large Low Dander Dogs for Asthmatic Kids

Another problem can be with kids. If you have asthmatic kids selection of pet for them should obviously be dog breeds that don’t shed or one that sheds little. Dog breeds for asthmatic kids are dogs that are generally known to shed little and you should always be vigil to see if you made the right choice. Occasionally all dogs will shed during a certain time of the year. During such a time you should minimize the contact between asthmatic kids and dogs. The hairs shed can be a serious allergen that will initiate a severe hypersensitivity reaction that can be dangerous to asthmatic kid’s health.

Medium to Large Low Dander Dogs

There are people who are not happy having small dogs around them and they would rather go for large dog breeds. Personally I love labs since I think they are very intelligent dogs. For those people who love large dogs they may prefer to have large dogs that don’t shed or accumulate dander for adoption. The most common breeds of such dogs include the following breeds that can be categorized as medium to large dog breeds that have low dander and shed little. Majority of these dogs breeds are mixed and not pure breeds.

Irish Water Spaniel
Komondor
Labradoodle
Kerry Blue Terrier
Lagotto Romagnolo
Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
Wirehaired Pointing Griffon
Glen of Imaal Terrier
Tibetan Terrier
Weimaraner
Puli
Standard Schnauzer
Polish Owczarek Nizinny
Portuguese Water Dog
Spanish Water Dog

List of Medium to Large Low Dander Dogs

Giant Schnauzer
Schnoodle

Basenji
German Shorthair Pointer
Bergamasco
Doodleman Pinscher
American Pit Bull Terriers
Irish Terrier
Bouvier des Flanders
Sealyham Terrier
American Staffordshire Terriers
Shepadoodle
Airedale Terrier
Standard Poodle

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      6 years ago from Lincolnshire, U.K

      Well written informative and useful hub. Voting up

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