Here in Seattle at Bedrooms & More, a fair-sized contingent of our customer base are allergy sufferers.
It’s no surprise, really: the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology reports that “worldwide, sensitization to foreign proteins in the environment is present in up to 40% of the population.” That’s a lot of red, runny eyes, sniffly noses, and scratchy skin!
Because we specialize in hypoallergenic bedding — made from fibers known to cause fewer allergic reactions than other fibers — we can confidently match our allergy-prone customers with mattresses, pillows, and top of bed products that will give them a more restful and irritant-free sleep.
An allergy-free sleep experience starts with your mattress
Whether you let your dog sleep on the bed with you or not is a personal matter. No matter what, make sure your mattress supports the healthiest hypoallergenic sleep possible.FIND A NATURAL OR ORGANIC MATTRESS
We also know that many people don’t like to sleep alone — or live alone. A furry friend can make life so much sweeter. Whether or not you decide to share your sleep surface with your canine companion or let him/her sleep in a Natural Latex Pet Bed, as an allergy sufferer you want to make sure your dog is dander-compatible with you and your family.
Looking for a Hypoallergenic Companion?
Petfinder makes adoption easy by allowing you to search by breed, gender, age, and location. We strongly encourage finding an animal through local shelters!FIND A BUDDY AT PETFINDER.COM
So for all of you allergy sufferers out there, we thought we’d post a list of Hypoallergenic dog breeds for you.
We also have a list of Hypoallergenic Cat Breeds as well!
|Airedale Terrier||Doesn’t shed|
|American Hairless Terrier||No hair/No Dander|
|Bedlington Terrier||Doesn’t shed|
|Bearded Collie||Hair pH same as human hair|
|Bichon Frisé||Springy undercoat doesn’t hold much hair or dander Recommended by AKC for allergy sufferers.|
|Cairn Terrier||Sheds little to no hair|
|Chinese Crested||Has very little fur, doesn’t shed much|
|Coton de Tulear||Doesn’t shed|
|Dandie Dinmont Terrier||Doesn’t shed|
|Fox Terrier (Wire)||Sheds little to no hair|
|Greyhound||Short hair, single coat|
|Irish Water Spaniel||Doesn’t shed|
|Italian Greyhound||Short hair, single coat|
|Kerry Blue Terrier||Single-coated, short hair, sheds less|
|Peruvian Inca Orchid||No hair|
|Poodles of all sizes and Poodle hybrids||Single coat, sheds less|
|Portuguese Water Dog||Doesn’t shed|
|Schnauzers of all sizes||Short hair, sheds less|
|Scottish Terrier||Doesn’t shed|
|Sealyham Terrier||Doesn’t shed. Produces less dander.|
|Silky Terrier||Does not shed. Hair may come out when brushed or combed.|
|Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier||Doesn’t shed.|
|Welsh Terrier||Doesn’t shed.|
|West Highland White Terrier||Sheds little to no hair|
|Yorkshire Terrier||Hair has same pH as human hair|
Treat yourself & your furry friend to a chemical-free sleeping experience
We bet your dog loves sleeping with you as much as you love sleeping with him! Check out natural & organic mattresses that contribute to a healthy sleep environment for you both.SHOP FOR NATURAL & ORGANIC MATTRESSES