Labradoodles are considered hypoallergenic because they don’t shed hair, but there’s no scientific proof that this breed produces lower amounts of Can f 1, the most common dog allergen.
Labradoodles are considered hypoallergenic because they don’t shed hair, but there’s no scientific proof that this breed produces lower amounts of Can f 1, the most common dog allergen. AP
Labradoodles are considered hypoallergenic because they don’t shed hair, but there’s no scientific proof that this breed produces lower amounts of Can f 1, the most common dog allergen. AP

Clearing the air on allergies and what to do about them

November 11, 2013 08:00 PM

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