Sometimes the word hypoallergenic is used to imply zero allergens. We're not saying that.
Instead, we use hypoallergenic expressly to describe a friendlier coat for persons with allergies.
The prefix "hypo" actually means under, or less than normal -not zero.
Hypoallergenic is defined as "having little likelihood of causing an allergic response" -not zero.
So, we use the term hypoallergenic responsibly and in the appropriate context. It's "friendlier."
Labradoodle coats vary, and some shed more than others. Some shed very little to none at all.
In lots of cases, allergies are more associated with a dog's saliva or dander than to the actual fur.
We breed by strict design to achieve the friendliest coats that we can, one of our promises to you.