hypoallergenic dog myth or fact?

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1. people may pay up to 1500 to 3000 for a labradoodle that is said to be hypoallergenic but  its false

1.1. the labradoodle is a cross breed between a lab and poodle, the nature of a lab and sometimes the hair of the poodle. The labradoodle may shed less to make someone with allergies less likely to react but the dog is not actually completely unlikely to cause reaction

1.2. their is a better chance of a short haired dog causing less reaction then a long haired dog

1.2.1. f1 B and f2 B labradoodles have long wavy curly fur, but are said to be hypoallergenic.

2. their is in actual 100 percent hypoallergenic dog it is a myth

2.1. poodles, shih tzu, and maltese have a lower chance of shedding but are not fully hypoallergenic

3. frequent bath and grooming appointments can prevent the amount of allergic reaction

3.1. frequent carpet shampoo is also good for your home

4. shampooing is great for your dog so the dried skin flakes don't go around the house

5. special air filters are good for the flakes that could be floating in your home

6. you can also prevent the dried skin flakes can be prevented by just leaving your pet away in areas you're in often in

7. 10% of the population are allergic to dogs

8. most breeders who specialize in dogs don't even know where the concept hypoallergenic came from

8.1. 60/161 dog breeds are said to be hypoallergenic

9. obviously some dogs can be more allergy friendly than others but can not fully prevent allergies.

10. who was first to make this up?

11. most people think dogs are hypoallergenic but its all just a myth don't let anyone fool you!

11.1. its not the dog itself that may cause allergies its the urine or saliva

12. smaller dogs are less likely to shed because of the fur type.

12.1. it also depends on dried flakes on the dogs skin