Best Hypoallergenic Large Breeds For People WIth Dog Allergies
Dreaming of a giant pooch that doesn't make you sneeze? Check out our complete list of large hypoallergenic dogs & adopt a new pal today!
I love the Afghan dogs but I’ve never seen one in our area. If I had a larger home I’d love to own one. When I do decide on a breed, it will have to be hypoallergenic.
I absolutely LOVE large dogs. To me, they’re the only ones that are useful (because I feel they need to be able to guard their family), although I realize others want them for other reasons too. We had a pitbull for a while, “babysitting” lol and it was one of the best dogs that I ever had. I desperately want an Old English Mastiff. These suggestions are fantastic and the fact that they’re hypoallergenic is a huge plus!
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There are not many to choose from, but there large hypoallergenic dogs (and I mean !) These guys come with the need for grooming and plenty of exercise. If you have kids, these are all great choices. Just because they are big and can appear intimidating (which might be what you are looking for) don’t mistake them all for great watchdogs. Regardless of your wants and needs, all of the large hypoallergenic dogs listed below make wonderful companions!: He is a little smaller than large (ok he is medium sized). Not only is he hypoallergenic, but he will go hunting with you too! He needs to walk and run daily, he’s got lots of energy. Because is loves to hunt, just be cautious when letting him out without a leash, he may catch sight of a squirrel and try to hunt him down. The Basenji has very distinct markings with red and white. He only gets 2 out of 5 stars when it comes to his love of kids, but raising a puppy around kids he will be just fine. He is rated the best watchdog according to Dog Breeds List. Here is a link . Unfortunately, this is the complete list of large hypoallergenic dogs (plus a bonus medium sized one). If hypoallergenic is really important to you, you might consider going medium or even small if size is not important to you, you will have more of an option when it comes to which breeds you could take home.With all this talk of small hypoallergenic dogs, maybe you're wondering about larger breeds. Good news! There are plenty of large breed hypoallergenic dogs!Is it wrong that the two dogs up top make me think of Willie Nelson and Snoop Dog? Hehe! I had no idea there were even large, hypoallergenic dogs. I need a big one to add to my two small dogs. 😀