Best Low Allergy Dog Breeds

non-shedding-dogsMany non-shedding dogs are hypoallergenic. In other words, they don’t shed in certain season and don’t shed a lot. If you are the one in a million who love animals but cannot help sneezing and tearing once you make a contact with them, the non-shedding and hypoallergenic dogs may be the right answer you are looking for. Non-shedding dogs refer to those shed less fur, have no fur, or secret minimal dander from their underlying hair. But if you suffer from allergies, you’d better still thoroughly test your endurance for allergic reactions before the purchase. Continue reading Best Low Allergy Dog Breeds

Are Chow Chows Hypoallergenic?

dander-free-dogsNo, chow chows are not hypoallergenic since they shed twice a year and, worse still, will shed terribly in adulthood. This answer may break your heart if you, as one of allergy sufferers, want a chow chow so badly. However, the truth is that there is no such thing as 100 percent hypoallergenic dog breeds in the world. In other words, you may still have chance to own one because you never know what would happen before making a contact. Continue reading Are Chow Chows Hypoallergenic?

Cocker Spaniel Skin Problems

cocker-spaniel-puppiesThe most common skin problem of cocker spaniel in summer is the red rash, which could continue to spread if you’re just not paying attention. In fact, a lot of cocker spaniels end up with thick tarry patches and hair loss because of their owners’ carelessness. Unfortunately, in most cases this damage can’t be undone if it is diagnosed late. As you see, early detection and treatment can go a long way in your dogs’ skin health. The Cocker may suffer from many skin disorders but the following 6 types are the most common ones. Continue reading Cocker Spaniel Skin Problems