hypoallergenic dogs

They're basically hypoallergenic unicorns.
As a dog trainer, I relish pre-adoptions consultations -- helping people consider the right dog for their lifestyle and preparing their household for the new addition. Here are my top five tips.
The study authored by Dr. Cole Johnson is the first of its kind. The researchers set out to see whether so-called "hypoallergenic" pups were shedding less Canis familiaris 1 around their homes.
"The idea that you can buy a certain breed of dog and think it will cause less allergy problems for a person already dog
So the question is whether it's possible for any family -- presidential or otherwise -- to balance their desire for a shelter dog with a child's allergies. My answer: "Yes we can!"
It's the family's second criteria that may be the more difficult one to fulfill. Obama said the family would prefer to adopt