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I'm allergic to dogs that moult and nearly every dog who has ever licked my wrists makes me itch.

I have friends who have minature schnauzers/labradoodles which don't moult and never had a problem with them.

I went for a poodle cross bred specifically because of allergies. I've had Millie for 11 weeks now. I did get a little itchy rash for a few days on my neck where she would muzzle me, but that has completely gone. I cuddle and get up really close to her every day and not a single allergic sneeze or wheeze.

It really was a leap of faith and I know not everyone is so lucky, but have to say its the best thing I've done.:D
 

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We chose a cockapoo because one of my boys is asthmatic - he is allergic to dogs and most other animals and get very itchy/wheezy.

He is absolutely fine with Maisie, no problems at all. :) Her coat is quite curley and "poodley".

I would recommend choosing the most curley pup.

If its the dog hair or dander (from skin) you are allergic to then you should be fine with a cockapoo. If its the saliva, then you would probably still have a problem.

Hope it works out for you. :)
 
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