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I've heard poodles are good hypoallergenic dogs because they barely shed and have less dander than other dogs. On the flip-side, I think they require more brushing and grooming than other dogs.
The reason the Poodle is recommended for allergy sufferers is because of the type of coat the dog has. Poodles have hair that continues to grow from the same follicle, very much like human hair. So you have to cut it every now and again. My Labradors on the other hand have fur that grows to a certain length then another hair grows from the same follicle pushing out the more mature hair which results in shedding. And boy do my Labs shed!. There are hybrid dogs being bred specifically for allergy sufferers from the Poodle like the Goldendoodle or the Labradoodle. Both lovely dogs. I think the Portugese Water Dog is good as well.
by Adrienne Janet Farricelli5 years ago
This reporter just aired a report that rottweilers are aggressive and hard to train when it comes to obama choosing a breed. I had to shoot them an e-mail pissed off. I own rottweilers and they are the sweetest...
by Audrey Kirchner5 years ago
What's wrong with your dog if he keeps chewing off the hair on his front legs?
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What type of dog is best for children?
by cat647 years ago
Where can I find dog food ratings? What is the best dog food for toy poodles?
by Recently Awakened5 years ago
Is your best friend a dog? If yes, what type?
by stardom1439 months ago
Why does my dog chew off my other dogs fur? How can I get him to stop?we rescued a toy poodle mix ( not sure of the mix part so I call him a poothing) Teddy. Teddy like to pluck my other toy poodle's (Einsien) fur off....
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