Nonshedding dogs are becoming more and more famous with time. With different types of allergies emerging many pet lovers are seeking non-shedding dogs/dogs that don’t shed also known as Hypoallergenic dogs. These dogs that don’t shed much are quite expensive.
For pet lovers who are seeking a companion, hypoallergenic dogs are the best sneeze-free friend. Even though dogs that don’t shed are defined as hypoallergenic dogs there is a small twist to this term. No dog is truly hypoallergenic as all dogs shed some allergens, there are some breeds that are known to be better for allergy sufferers. And, these same dogs that don’t shed may just have you put away the lint roller for good.
Hypoallergenic dog breeds can vary from $500 onwards up to $5000. The price of these dogs that don’t shed also referred to as hypoallergenic dogs vary depending on factors such as;
- Dog breed
- Health condition
In this article, we present to you the Top Cheapest Hypoallergenic dogs that are sorted according to the value ranging from cheap to expensive.
1. Fox Terrier
- Price Range of Fox Terriers (hypoallergenic) – From $300 – $1100
The Fox Terrier was originally bred to flush foxes out of their hiding places during fox hunts. Today they’re primarily family companions and show dogs. Fox Terriers are also one of the most famous hypoallergenic dogs. As they don’t shed much/barely these fox terriers are a common sight in most households.
Male Fox Terriers are no taller than 15.5 inches at the shoulder and weigh 17 to 19 pounds. Females are proportionately smaller and weigh 15 to 17 pounds
2. Bichon Frise (#2)
- Price Range of Bichon Frise (hypoallergenic) – From $300 – $2000
The Bichon Frise pronounced as “BEE-SHAWN FREE-SAY” is a cute little dog that totally looks like a toy. Its fluffy coat and black bubbly eyes is so deceiving that it makes the Bichon Frise look so much like a toy. They are hypoallergenic but they themselves suffer from allergies to fleas, chemicals, pollen, dust, etc
Bichons may be small dogs — large specimens reach barely a foot in height — but they’re hardy. Despite their diminutive size, they’re not classified as a Toy breed by the American Kennel Club; instead, they’re members of the Non-Sporting Group.
Bichons are always white (although puppies may be cream or pale yellow), with black eyes and black noses. Their arched necks give them a proud, confident look, while their well-plumed tails curve gracefully over their backs.
3. Standard Poodle (#3)
- Price Range of Standard Poodles (hypoallergenic) – From $600 – $2000
Poodles are one of the first breeds to be identified as dogs that don’t shed/ hypoallergenic. These cute little dogs come in three sizes;
- Toy – Up to 10” tall
- Miniature – Between 11’’ and 15”
- Standard – Between 15’’ and 22”
4. Australian Silky Terrier (#4)
- Price Range of Australian Silky Terriers (hypoallergenic) – From $500 – $1000
The Australian Silky Terrier is one of the most popular hypoallergenic dogs in the market. They are small and feisty personalities. One of the best features about this popular breed is that they aren’t yappy.
These Australian Silky Terriers are one of the most cheapest hypoallergenic dogs in the market at present.
5. Chinese Crested (#5)
- Price Range of Chinese Crested – Hairless variation (hypoallergenic) – From $700 – $1200
Chinese crested most popularly referred to as a couch potato’s best companion is one of the most affectionate dogs. The Chinese crested hairless variation is one of the most popular and cheapest hypoallergenic dogs in the market. Due to its minimum coat of fur these dogs don’t shed much. The downside to this is that they are prone to skin infections.
6. Airedale Terrier (#6 Cheapest Hypoallergenic dogs)
- Average price : $1000
The Airedale Terrier also referred to as the Bingley Terrier and Waterside Terrier. Airedales were first used for police duty in Germany and Great Britain.
7. American Hairless Terrier (#7)
- Price : $2000 – $4000
8. Mexican Hairless ( Xoloitzcuintli Xolo)
- Price : $800 – $3000
There are only a few hairless breeds present in the world, and the Mexican hairless dog is one of them. They come in three different sizes (toy, miniature, standard).
The standard price of a Mexican hairless dog is anywhere between $2000 – $4000. When we adopt or rescue one of them, we can buy it for $150 – $400.
9. Goldendoodle (#9 Hypollergenic dogs)
- Average price: $1500
There are several types of Goldendoodles. They are crossbred species between the ever-faithful Golden Retriever and the poodle. Prices vary according to breeders and pedigree. There are three main types of Goldendoodles on the market.
- Goldendoodle (F1 straight hair and large standard Goldendoodles) = $1500
- Miniature Goldendoodles = $2900 average
- Teacup Goldendoodles = $3400
- F1b Goldendoodles = $6000
10. Labradoodle (#10 Hypollergenic dogs)
- Average price : $1550
It is a crossbreed of the popular Labrador Retriever and the Poodle. Labradoodles are in sizes of Large, standard, Miniature poodles. Luckily they have got the hypoallergenic coat of the Poodle. However, they are not considered as breed by any Kennel club in America.
- Average price : $800 and $2,000
- Average price : $1500 – $2000
13. Giant Schnauzer
- Average price : $2,100 to upwards of $5,500.