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Most popular dog breeds that don't shed

Stacker Logo By Joseph Bien-Kahn of Stacker | Slide 1 of 21: Dogs are called “man’s best friend” for a reason: They love unconditionally, guard the house, force us outside, and are great additions to an Instagram feed. But even the cutest pups can lead to sneezing fits, runny noses, or worse. Between 10% and 20% of the world's population is allergic to dogs and cats. And for those with asthma, the prevalence of dog allergies is even higher.Dog ownership shows no signs of slowing, however. As of 2016, three-quarters of people in their 30s and 71% of men between 18 and 34 owned a pup. So, what can those with dog allergies do?While no dog is 100% hypoallergenic, there are breeds with non-shedding coats that produce much less pet dander—one common trigger for allergy-sufferers. But, it’s important to note that people with dog allergies are just as allergic to each breed.For the sniffler in your family, Stacker compiled a list of the 20 most popular dog breeds that don’t shed. These pups have luscious locks and voluminous curls, long beards and dramatic bangs. They do need to be groomed, but they won’t get fur all over your furniture. And they’re woofing cute!RELATED: Most pet-friendly cities in America

Most popular dog breeds that don't shed

Dogs are called “man’s best friend” for a reason: They love unconditionally, guard the house, force us outside, and are great additions to an Instagram feed. But even the cutest pups can lead to sneezing fits, runny noses, or worse. Between 10% and 20% of the world's population is allergic to dogs and cats. And for those with asthma, the prevalence of dog allergies is even higher.

Dog ownership shows no signs of slowing, however. As of 2016, three-quarters of people in their 30s and 71% of men between 18 and 34 owned a pup. So, what can those with dog allergies do?

While no dog is 100% hypoallergenic, there are breeds with non-shedding coats that produce much less pet dander—one common trigger for allergy-sufferers. But, it’s important to note that people with dog allergies are just as allergic to each breed.

For the sniffler in your family, Stacker compiled a list of the 20 most popular dog breeds that don’t shed. These pups have luscious locks and voluminous curls, long beards and dramatic bangs. They do need to be groomed, but they won’t get fur all over your furniture. And they’re woofing cute!

RELATED: Most pet-friendly cities in America

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