Basset hounds are lovable, but not ideal for allergies. They drool a lot due to generous jowls, increasing exposure to allergens. Their short, shedding coat adds more hair and dander at home.
Dobermans make great protectors, but not for allergy sufferers. They have a single coat, moderate shedding, and can trigger allergies with their dander and skin sensitivities.
German Shepherds are popular but not for allergy sufferers. Excessive shedders with hair everywhere, leading to a lot of dander. Allergic reactions are common.
Huskies are active and stunning, but not for allergy sufferers. Double-coated breeds shed heavily, leaving masses of hair at home. Allergies can be problematic.
Labrador Retrievers are popular family pets but can trigger allergies. Dense, profuse shedding with dry, flaky skin. Regular swimming may reduce dander levels, easing allergies.
Pugs are small and shed year-round. Sensitive skin leads to more dander. Skin folds may cause infections. Allergies can make them itchy, rubbing on furnishings.
Havanese: Cuban origin, unique breed. Small, intelligent, sociable, and trainable. Lifespan 14-16 years. Generally healthy, but some may have hereditary deafness.
Saint Bernards are gentle and loyal but bad for allergies. Giant breed with excessive shedding and drooling, spreading dander and saliva throughout the home.
Cocker Spaniels make great family dogs but are allergy triggers. Long-haired coats shed dander and drool. Prone to skin allergies, increasing dander in the air.
Boxers are energetic family dogs but not for allergies. Excessive drooling, licking, and shedding of dander-laden short hair are red flags for allergy sufferers.