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Are pomeranians hypoallergenic?


Asked by Member 864723 on Aug 5th 2009 in Allergies
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Max (aka Sebastian)

There is no such thing as a hypoallergenic dog. To find a dog for you first you need to know what part of the dog you are allergic to. Some people are allergic to the fur, the dander or the saliva.
Then once you know what troubles you, you can find a breed that may shed less (if fur is the problem) or a breed that doesn't have a lot of dander issues, and if it's saliva you are allergic to you would want a dog that is not a huge drooler.
Granted some dogs are called hypoallergenic, but truelly there is not a breed that is really 100% hypoallergenic, some are called that because the type of fur they have or the fact that barely shed, but not everyone is allergic to a dog's fur.


Max (aka Sebastian) answered on 8/5/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 3 Report this answer


~Emma~ RL1

seconding that.

No such thing.


~Emma~ RL1 answered on 8/5/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


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NO POMS ARE NOT HYPOALLERGENIC THAY ARE A SHEDDING BREED ALL YEAR LONG. IF YOU WANT A DOG THAT DOE NOT SHED HEAR ARE A FEW THE BICHON,THE SHIH ZUE. THE LHASA-APSO, THE MALTESE,THE MINI SCHNAZER,THE YORKIE,THE TOY POODLE,THE SILKY TERRIER AND THE LABADOODLE


Member 660465 answered on 10/26/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer