If you have pet allergies, it may seem like your only option is to give up on the idea of having a French Bulldog. But now, the first ever Hypoallergenic French Bulldog is here and is the perfect solution to your problem!  So, these Hypoallergenic Frenchies are supposed to be the best of both worlds — super cute and non-allergenic — right?

A Hypoallergenic French Bulldog sheds less often and produce less dander than other bulldogs. Think of dander as pet pollen. These specific Frenchies with continually growing coats typically shed less and are often better tolerated by people who are allergic to dogs.

Hypoallergenic compared to other dogs

  • Hypoallergenic dogs have hair, not fur. Dogs with fur constantly shed older hair as the new hair grows. Dogs with hair have a coat that keeps growing longer and longer, just like humans’ hair.

  • They won’t litter your home with dust and dander. Many people with pet allergies aren’t allergic to dog hair—they’re allergic to the dander that comes from pets. Hypoallergenic dogs have less of this allergen in their fur than other breeds, which means that they spread less around your home.

  • Less dog hair to clean up. If cleanliness is one of your priorities, a hypoallergenic dog may be for you. A shed-free dog will leave less hair around the house and is ideal if you don’t want to spend time cleaning up after a shedding pet.

  • They require regular grooming. This can get expensive, depending on your dog’s grooming needs, so this should be a factor you take into consideration.

  • There is a hypoallergenic dog for everyone. There are over 20 hypoallergenic dog breeds including a Hypoallergenic French Bulldog now!