Labs shed a lot and produce plenty of dander. Their popularity makes them common allergens for dog lovers.
German Shepherds are constant shedders that blow their coats seasonally. Their dander sticks to surfaces.
Goldens shed constantly and produce a lot of dander. Their long hair also traps allergens.
Siberian Huskies are heavy shedders with a double coat that blows twice a year.
Boxers groom themselves frequently, spreading saliva, hair, and dander. They also drool a lot.
Though small, Yorkies shed a lot for their size. Their fine hair embeds itself everywhere.
Playful pugs shed year-round. Their wrinkles also trap in moisture, dander and bacteria.