Dogs that don’t shed or hypoallergenic dog breeds (of various sizes) have shorter coats and don’t shed as much.
Grooming and healthy diets can can reduce dog hair shedding and a good vacuum and other cleaning tricks can help you keep your home dog hair free.
Although no dog is 100% hypoallergenic, there are non-shedding dogs that produce less dander, which is the true culprit in causing pet allergies for humans.
If you have a furry friend, then you probably know how challenging it is to keep dog fur off of your furniture, clothes and even the floor.
Hypoallergenic dogs are less likely than others to cause an allergic reaction. Popular options include the Goldendoodle and other poodle mixes.
Although grooming requirements may not top the list when you’re considering what kind of dog to adopt, low maintenance dogs will make your life easier.
Stop dog shedding with healthy foods, good grooming practices and pest control measures. Consider adding coconut, fish or olive oil to your dog’s diet.
Regular brushing offers health benefits to your dog including keeping her coat clean and tangle free and gives you a chance to check for skin bumps.
Some popular dog spa treatments include special baths mud treatments, blueberry facials or special pawdicures to soothe and refresh your dog’s paws.