Each breed has different coat characteristics and this will have an effect on how much time they’ll need for grooming.
The breeds listed tend to be more suitable for people with allergies because they don’t shed. As a result, they create less skin dander.
It’s helpful to remove heavy carpets and drapes that can trap dander.
You should also limit the areas where your dog is allowed and do not let your dog on beds, or even in bedrooms.
Without grooming and care, your dog will look dull, the coat can tangle and at the extreme seriously affect the health of your dog.
You should groom (or pay a professional ) your dog regularly to reduce the amount of dander.
Clean any dog beds or other areas your dog uses, sweeping, and vacuuming will also help keep the dander levels down.
Vacuum cleaners for pet hair help remove allergens, and some can even groom the hair and dander right from your dog.