Labrador Retriever: Labs are popular, but their shedding can be a problem for those with allergies.
Golden Retriever: These dogs have thick double coats and can shed a lot, leading to more allergens in the environment.
German Shepherd: German Shepherds have a dense, shedding coat that can release allergens into the air.
Siberian Husky: Their thick double coat can trap dander and shed allergens into the environment.
Alaskan Malamute: Similar to Siberian Huskies, Malamutes have a dense coat that can be problematic for allergy sufferers.
Saint Bernard: Their heavy shedding and drooling can create an environment with higher allergen levels.
Bulldog: Bulldogs have wrinkles and skin folds that can trap allergens and make them more prone to skin issues that increase dander production.
Pekingese: Their long, flowing coat can trap allergens and require frequent grooming.