Most people think less-hairy dogs are less likely to cause allergies. It's false. Proteins in their dander, saliva, and urine cause problems, not hair. All dogs shed dander.
Basset hounds are kind, loving, and obstinate. One of the most popular hounds, but not for allergy sufferers. They drool a lot and have large jowls.
If you don't have allergies, a Doberman is a great large dog for a clever, trainable defender. This breed regularly flares.
German shepherds are always popular. They're clever, fearless, obedient, and eager. Unfortunately, this dog causes severe allergies.
With their thick, water-resistant coats, robust bodies, and webbed feet, Newfoundlands were ideal. Newfies defend homes and pull carts.
Huskies are also common. Beautiful, athletic, and friendly, they are ideal for busy homes but can be problematic for allergy sufferers.
The AKC's most popular breed is the Labrador Retriever. These clever, devoted dogs make great pets. Unfortunately, they often cause allergies.
However, their lengthy shedding coat and stubbornness make house training difficult for allergy sufferers. Dog urine, like saliva and dander, causes allergies.