Poodle: Poodles come in three sizes - Standard, Miniature, and Toy. They have tightly curled, dense coats that trap dander, reducing the amount that gets released into the air. Regular grooming is essential to prevent matting and control shedding.
Bichon Frise: Bichon Frises have a curly coat that doesn't shed much and tends to trap allergens. They require regular grooming to keep their coats clean and prevent matting.
Maltese: Maltese dogs have long, silky hair that resembles human hair rather than fur. They shed less dander compared to other breeds, making them a better option for allergy sufferers. Regular grooming is necessary to prevent tangles.
Portuguese Water Dog: These dogs have a curly or wavy coat that sheds minimally. Their coats can trap allergens, and they're known for being energetic and good with families.
Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier: Despite being a terrier, the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier has a single, silky coat that produces fewer allergens. Regular brushing helps prevent matting and reduces the spread of dander.