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Are Bichon Frise Hypoallergenic? A Helpful Guide

The Bichon Frise is NOT a hypoallergenic dog, but it is one of the more allergy-friendly dog breeds due to its minimal shedding. Many people mistake the Bichon as a no-shedding breed; however, as this pup still sheds, it can cause problems for those with severe allergies.    So just how hypoallergenic is the Bichon…

Are Bichon Frise Yappy? A Useful Guide

The Bichon Frise is NOT a vocal dog, and dog lovers often prize it for being one of the quieter small breed dogs, but there are exceptions to the rule. When the Bichon does develop a yapping problem, however, it is almost always the result of human failure.   Human intervention is necessary for any…

Are Shih Tzus Yappy?

The Shih Tzu can be a very yappy dog, but with proper training, consistency, and regular exercise, problem barking does not have to be a problem for Shih Tzu parents.   When the Shih Tzu does begin problem barking, however, it is almost always due to human failure. The most common reasons for problem barking…

Are Havanese Yappy? A Useful Guide

The Havanese is one of the quietest small breed dogs, but like many toy and companion dogs, this designer dog can become a problem barker under the right – or wrong – circumstances.   People often praise the Havanese for rarely barking, but there are a few factors that can turn this Cuban pup into…

Are Maltipoos Yappy? An Informative Guide

The Maltipoo may be a small dog, but unlike many other small breeds, the Maltipoo is NOT known for being yappy. In fact, the Maltipoo is a relatively quiet breed, making it one of the more popular small breed designer dogs.   The social and loyal Maltipoo is much less likely to be a problem…

Are Dachshunds Yappy? A Helpful Guide

The Dachshund may be a small breed, but unlike some small dog breeds, this one is not known for being yappy. When well-trained, well-socialized, and kept in good health, the Dachshund does not tend toward problem barking or “yappiness.”   Bred to hunt badgers, the Dachshund is content so long as it has an outlet…