The Price of Hypoallergenic Puppies in the US (for 23 Breeds)


If a family member has a pet allergy, but you want a puppy, hypoallergenic breeds can be very tempting. Over the past months, I have reviewed thousands of puppy ads for 23 hypoallergenic breeds to inform you on what to expect price-wise. In this article, I only present dogs that are considered hypoallergenic by the American Kennel Club and mixed breeds bred from these purebred dogs.

On average, buying a hypoallergenic puppy in the US will cost around $1,700. Most puppies can be found between $1,000 and $2,600. Bichon Frises and Miniature Schnauzers are some of the most inexpensive hypoallergenic puppies, while Giant Schnauzers and Xolos are some of the most expensive ones.

When considering a hypoallergenic breed, two things are essential to understand. First, there is no such thing as a completely hypoallergenic dog. Some breeds may reduce the risk of allergies based on anecdotal evidence, dogs that shed less, but all dogs have proteins in dander and saliva which can create allergic reactions. Secondly, even though some designer breeds were created to be hypoallergenic, results in coat or temperament are not achieved consistently and cannot be guaranteed.

This article will detail the cost of puppies for 23 of the most popular hypoallergenic breeds. But, like any other dog, there are many expenses to consider, like supplies, food, treats, training, grooming, vet, license, and microchip. If you are interested in a specific breed, check the related cost article to learn everything there is to know and find professional tips. You will also find a cost calculator that will enable you to establish a budget based on your needs and preferences.

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Costs of puppies for 23 popular hypoallergenic breeds

In this section, the price range gives a realistic estimate of how much a future owner should expect to spend. We have excluded the 10% cheapest puppies and the 10% most expensive ones. We estimate whether a puppy for each specific breed is easy or hard to find compared to other breeds, based on the number of ads found during our research.

Xoloitzcuintli

Average Puppy Price: $2,750
Puppy Price Range: $800 – $4,000
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 137
Weight: 30 to 55 lb.
Life Expectancy: 13 to 18 years
Breed Personality: Loyal, Alert, Calm

Average Monthly Cost: $135

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Xoloitzcuintli or learn How to Find a Xoloitzcuintli Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Giant Schnauzer

Average Puppy Price: $2,500
Puppy Price Range: $1,200 – $3,500
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 71
Weight: 55 to 85 lb.
Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Loyal, Alert, Trainable

Average Monthly Cost: $205

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Giant Schnauzer or learn How to Find a Giant Schnauzer Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Afghan Hound

Average Puppy Price: $2,250
Puppy Price Range: $2,000 – $2,500
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 111
Weight: 50 to 60 lb.
Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Dignified, Profoundly Loyal, Aristocratic

Average Monthly Cost: $164

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own an Afghan Hound or learn How to Find an Afghan Hound Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Portuguese Water Dog

Average Puppy Price: $2,200
Puppy Price Range: $1,500 – $2,890
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 49
Weight: 35 to 60 lb.
Life Expectancy: 11 to 13 years
Breed Personality: Affectionate, Adventurous, Athletic

Average Monthly Cost: $155

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Portuguese Water Dog or learn How to Find a Portuguese Water Dog Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Cockapoo

Average Puppy Price: $2,000
Puppy Price Range: $1,310 – $3,460
It is hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: NA
Weight: 6 to 20 lb.
Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Clown, People-Oriented, Intelligent

Average Monthly Cost: $117

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Cockapoo or learn How to Find a Cockapoo Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Schnoodle

Average Puppy Price: $2,000
Puppy Price Range: $1,230 – $2,695
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: NA
Weight: 20 to 75 lb.
Life Expectancy: 10 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Smart, Active, Adorable

Average Monthly Cost: $146

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Schnoodle or learn How to Find a Schnoodle Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Goldendoodle

Average Puppy Price: $2,000
Puppy Price Range: $1,200 – $3,200
It is very easy to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: NA
Weight: 50 to 90 lb.
Life Expectancy: 10 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Affectionate, Intelligent, Loving

Average Monthly Cost: $209

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Goldendoodle or learn How to Find a Goldendoodle Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Kerry Blue Terrier

Average Puppy Price: $2,000
Puppy Price Range: $1,200 – $2,500
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 133
Weight: 30 to 40 lb.
Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Smart, Alert, People-Oriented

Average Monthly Cost: $149

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Kerry Blue Terrier or learn How to Find a Kerry Blue Terrier Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Maltipoo

Average Puppy Price: $2,000
Puppy Price Range: $1,150 – $3,825
It is easy to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: NA
Weight: 5 to 20 lb.
Life Expectancy: 10 to 13 years
Breed Personality: Fun-Loving, Affectionate, Charming

Average Monthly Cost: $124

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Maltipoo or learn How to Find a Maltipoo Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Standard Schnauzer

Average Puppy Price: $2,000
Puppy Price Range: $900 – $2,600
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 97
Weight: 30 to 50 lb.
Life Expectancy: 13 to 16 years
Breed Personality: Fearless, Smart, Spirited

Average Monthly Cost: $148

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Standard Schnauzer or learn How to Find a Standard Schnauzer Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Coton de Tulear

Average Puppy Price: $1,800
Puppy Price Range: $1,400 – $3,000
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 81
Weight: 8 to 15 lb.
Life Expectancy: 15 to 19 years
Breed Personality: Charming, Bright, Happy

Average Monthly Cost: $116

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Coton de Tulear or learn How to Find a Coton de Tulear Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Yorkipoo

Average Puppy Price: $1,600
Puppy Price Range: $1,135 – $2,500
It is hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: NA
Weight: 3 to 14 lb.
Life Expectancy: 10 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Fun-Loving, Intelligent, Gentle

Average Monthly Cost: $117

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Yorkipoo or learn How to Find a Yorkipoo Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Labradoodle

Average Puppy Price: $1,550
Puppy Price Range: $900 – $2,800
It is very easy to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: NA
Weight: 50 to 65 lb.
Life Expectancy: 12 to 14 years
Breed Personality: Smart, Sociable, Affectionate

Average Monthly Cost: $189

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Labradoodle or learn How to Find a Labradoodle Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

American Hairless Terrier

Average Puppy Price: $1,500
Puppy Price Range: $1,125 – $1,900
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 124
Weight: 12 to 16 lb.
Life Expectancy: 14 to 16 years
Breed Personality: Energetic, Alert, Curious

Average Monthly Cost: $97

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own an American Hairless Terrier or learn How to Find an American Hairless Terrier Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Maltese Shih Tzu

Average Puppy Price: $1,450
Puppy Price Range: $830 – $2,460
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: NA
Weight: 6 to 12 lb.
Life Expectancy: 12 to 14 years
Breed Personality: Sweet, Eager to Please, Cuddle Buddy

Average Monthly Cost: $118

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Maltese Shih Tzu or learn How to Find a Maltese Shih Tzu Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Peekapoo

Average Puppy Price: $1,375
Puppy Price Range: $900 – $2,315
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: NA
Weight: 4 to 20 lb.
Life Expectancy: 10 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Loyal, Affectionate, Protective

Average Monthly Cost: $111

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Peekapoo or learn How to Find a Peekapoo Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Yorkshire Terrier

Average Puppy Price: $1,200
Puppy Price Range: $600 – $2,500
It is very easy to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 12
Weight: 4 to 10 lb.
Life Expectancy: 11 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Affectionate, Sprightly, Tomboyish

Average Monthly Cost: $119

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Yorkshire Terrier or learn How to Find a Yorkshire Terrier Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Maltese

Average Puppy Price: $1,200
Puppy Price Range: $600 – $2,340
It is easy to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 36
Weight: 6 to 8 lb.
Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Gentle, Playful, Charming

Average Monthly Cost: $113

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Maltese or learn How to Find a Maltese Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Chinese Crested

Average Puppy Price: $1,100
Puppy Price Range: $600 – $2,500
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 80
Weight: 8 to 12 lb.
Life Expectancy: 13 to 18 years
Breed Personality: Affectionate, Alert, Lively

Average Monthly Cost: $94

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Chinese Crested or learn How to Find a Chinese Crested Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

Average Puppy Price: $1,000
Puppy Price Range: $900 – $1,500
It is very hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 54
Weight: 30 to 40 lb.
Life Expectancy: 12 to 14 years
Breed Personality: Friendly, Happy, Deeply Devoted

Average Monthly Cost: $148

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier or learn How to Find a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Standard Poodle

Average Puppy Price: $1,000
Puppy Price Range: $600 – $2,000
It is very easy to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 6
Weight: 40 to 70 lb.
Life Expectancy: 10 to 18 years
Breed Personality: Active, Proud, Very Smart

Average Monthly Cost: $168

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Standard Poodle or learn How to Find a Poodle Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Miniature Schnauzer

Average Puppy Price: $950
Puppy Price Range: $600 – $1,800
It is very easy to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 18
Weight: 11 to 20 lb.
Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Friendly, Smart, Obedient

Average Monthly Cost: $112

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Miniature Schnauzer or learn How to Find a Miniature Schnauzer Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Bichon Frise

Average Puppy Price: $920
Puppy Price Range: $600 – $1,700
It is hard to find a puppy
Breed Popularity Ranking: 43
Weight: 7 to 12 lb.
Life Expectancy: 14 to 15 years
Breed Personality: Playful, Curious, Peppy

Average Monthly Cost: $114

To know more, read our article about The Cost to Own a Bichon Frise or learn How to Find a Bichon Frise Puppy to Buy or Dog to Adopt.

Other breeds could also be considered hypoallergenic dogs. If you couldn’t find the one you were looking for in this list, check our breeds page to see more options and get all the information on your favorite dogs. If you want to know more about the price of puppies in the US, check our puppy prices article based on the analysis of close to 50,000 ads (for 151 different breeds).

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Why do puppy prices vary within the same breeds?

Within the same breed, there can be a significant price difference between puppies. Many factors can explain this:

  • Purebreds are more expensive than mixed-breeds (except for a few designer breeds like Goldendoodles or Cockapoos, for example).
  • A show-quality puppy coming from a prestigious bloodline could be 100 times more expensive than the average dog from the same breed. For example, we have found three Yorkshire Terriers listed at $20,000, $80,000, and $85,000 when the average Yorkie sells around $1,200.
  • The puppy’s coat color and markings will also influence the price, depending on their popularity.
  • Some expenses that a breeder can defray will also reflect in the price: health screening and other medical costs, microchip, training and socialization, registration papers.
  • Some breeds are very popular in some areas and less in others. The selling price will reflect that.
  • Age is also a factor. A puppy between 2 and 4 months old will be 4% less expensive than a newborn to a 2-month old puppy on average. And a puppy between 4 and 6 months old will be 8% cheaper on average. On the other hand, buying an unborn puppy from a coming litter (usually from registered breeders) is likely to cost 28% more!

Tips for finding a cheaper puppy

The five following tips will help you find a more affordable puppy:

  • Adoption. By investing a little time to visit shelter websites regularly, there is a good chance that you will be able to find a puppy to adopt. They are rare and get adopted very fast, but it is a realistic option. Not only is it cheaper, but it is also a great thing to do.
  • Older puppies. Most people are willing to buy their dog as young as possible, creating excellent opportunities to find puppies a few months old for a much lower price. A 6-month-old dog will still be adorable and playful and should be cheaper than an 8-week-old one.
  • Other locations/states. Some breeds are more expensive in specific locations because of their characteristics and the cost to operate a breeding business there. Looking at prices in different places is a great way to save a lot, providing you are willing to travel to meet the breeder and your future dog.
  • Mixed-breed or purebred. Mixed breed dogs tend to be less expensive to buy than purebreds. This is especially true for purebreds with registration papers (pedigree). Most families are just looking for a pet to spend time with and do not need these registration papers.
  • Friends and family. Let everyone around you know that you are looking for a dog. You might get a good surprise and learn that someone trustworthy has a pregnant dog and is looking for people to get the pups.

Even on a budget, always make sure to buy from a serious and responsible breeder. You will have a much better chance of getting a healthy dog without behavioral problems. Avoid puppy mills and unreliable backyard breeders. Before buying a puppy, visit the kennel, question the breeder about the breeding process and how he cares for his breeding dogs and puppies, and make sure to see and interact with the puppy to see if it looks healthy.

Adoption should always be considered first. It is cheaper, easier, and faster. It also saves lives. According to the ASPCA, over 3 million dogs enter US animal shelters nationwide every year. Sadly only 50% are adopted, and over half a million are euthanized. Responsible pet ownership starts here!

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Essential costs to consider for a hypoallergenic dog

Here is a summary of the expenses to consider on top of the puppy price.

Supplies

Any owner will need to purchase dog supplies for their dog. The bigger the dog, the more expensive it gets. You will most likely need: bowls, leash, collar with ID tag, bed and crate, poop bags and scooper, training pads, odor removal spray, toys, first-aid kit, brush, shampoo, tooth-brushing kit, and toenail clippers. Some owners could need more supplies. Although the initial investment is higher (usually $150 to $925), some items will need to be replenished or replaced, and an owner will have to buy dog supplies every year (usually $55 to $410).

Check our Dog Supplies Guide and get tips to choose the right items for you and your dog (bowls, collar, leash, bed and crate size, etc.). Learn everything about costs, and find the best products available.

Basic training

Every dog would benefit from training. Although some breeds tend to be more docile, each dog is very different, and training needs must be assessed on a case-by-case basis. Whether the owner trains the dog himself or hires a professional for group or private lessons, a dog should always be properly socialized, know basic training commands, be potty and crate trained. Positive reinforcement training methods will give the best results. Overall most owners will invest between $0 and $1,400 in dog training.

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Medical costs

It is recommended that a puppy goes to the vet at least three times during the first year and an adult dog at least once every year. These appointments are for a physical checkup, necessary vaccines, and any recommended examination or test. Veterinarians like Dr. Brooks, DVM, also recommend using heartworm, flea, and tick prevention medication to reduce the risks for the dog to develop a dangerous illness. The bigger the dog, the more expensive it gets.

An owner can realistically expect to spend between $240 and $1,075 every year in preventive care for the dog when following vet recommendations.

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Food and treats

There are so many types of food, diets, and brands that it can be overwhelming. Kibble remains the most common food type and could realistically cost between $25 to $945 a year, depending on the brand, quality, and dog size. In general, bigger dogs will need to eat more, but other factors such as age and activity level will also have an impact.

Treats can easily be more expensive than food if given daily. There are many reasons to give a dog treat: to supplement his diet, stimulate him, help with training, etc.

When it comes to food and treats, prices are all over the place. Some brands are very accessible, while some premium quality products can be considerably more expensive. For example, some more expensive products pretend to prevent shedding, which could be worth trying to reduce your allergy symptoms.

Grooming

Short-haired dogs or the ones with a low-maintenance coat could be groomed at home with basic supplies. Visiting a grooming salon could be avoided if the owner is willing to do the essential grooming himself. Brush the dog regularly (ideally daily), cut his nails once every 2 to 6 weeks, brush his teeth at least once a week (ideally more), and bathe him once every one to three months. Clean the eyes with cotton and water and the ears with an ear cleaning solution when necessary. And if needed, remove any extra hair under the paws, around the eyes, and in the ears.

Wire-haired, long-coated, or curly-coated breeds will most likely need to be professionally groomed multiple times every year on top of that (which could cost over $1,000), as it would be too challenging for most owners to care for their coats.

Whether you take your dog to the groomer or do everything yourself, regular grooming and coat maintenance will be primordial to reduce the risk of allergy reactions. A dog with a well-maintained and healthy coat should lose less hair and dander in the house.

License and microchip

Licenses are mandatory almost everywhere and usually are between $10 and $20 yearly in the USA, depending on your location. A microchip is also required in most states and usually costs from $25 to $50. Both are useful to identify the dog if he gets lost and make locating you much easier.

Additional costs to consider for a hypoallergenic dog

Reduce allergens and allergy symptoms

As mentioned earlier, there is no such thing as a 100% hypoallergenic dog. The breeds in this list may help by shedding less and potentially could cause fewer allergies, but all dogs have proteins in dander and saliva (even hairless and non-shedding breeds) which can create allergic reactions.

So even with a hypoallergenic dog, you might need to consider additional expenses. For example, you might need to clean your house more often, use HEPA air cleaners, get extra grooming sessions, buy special dog food, or get allergy treatments which would add to your costs.

Pet insurance

According to the North American Pet Health Insurance Association, the average premium for accident and illness insurance is close to $49 monthly. This will vary a lot depending on your location, the dog’s breed, and age.

Some medical conditions can be expensive to treat (hundreds or even thousands of dollars). Although purebred dogs may have a higher incidence of some inherited disorders, mixed breed dogs are also likely to develop health conditions, such as cancer and heart disorders. No dog owner should have to make critical decisions about their pets based on their ability to afford care. That’s why pet insurance is more popular every year in the US.

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Spaying or neutering

Most specialists recommend that every dog should be spayed or neutered. It remains the owner’s decision in most cases, but know that the procedure could cost $100 to $500 depending on the clinic and the dog’s size.

Dr. Brooks, DVM, would recommend a gastropexy procedure for large, deep-chested dogs such as the Afghan Hound, Standard Poodle, Labradoodle, Giant Schnauzer, and Goldendoodle. It usually costs $200 to $400 when performed at the time of sterilization. It is an efficient way to help prevent the stomach from twisting on itself (Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus or GDV) which is life-threatening and would require expensive surgery to be corrected.

Dog walking

If you cannot take your dog outside during the day, a dog walker is essential to prevent the dog from getting bored and potentially develop behavioral or health issues. Dog walking usually costs $15 to $25 for a 30-minute walk and $20 to $50 for a one-hour walk. You must be aware that those costs add up very quickly if you need a dog walker five days a week all year long.

Dog boarding

If you are traveling and cannot leave your dog in the care of a family member or friend, dog boarding will usually cost between $25 and $85 per day. It could be more expensive depending on the time of the year.

Cost of ownership for the most popular hypoallergenic dog breeds

A Miniature Schnauzer puppy is likely to cost between $600-$1,800, with the average price being $950. First-year expenses are around $2,590 and will be about $1,170/year after that. Through the dog’s lifetime, the average cost of owning a Miniature Schnauzer is $18,750.

A Maltese puppy is likely to cost between $600-$2,340, with the average price being $1,200. First-year expenses are around $1,780 and will be about $1,230/year after that. Through the dog’s lifetime, the average cost of owning a Maltese is $18,970.

A Bichon Frise puppy is likely to cost between $600-$1,700, with the average price being $920. First-year expenses are around $1,820 and will be about $1,270/year after that. Through the dog’s lifetime, the average cost of owning a Bichon Frise is $20,520.

A Yorkshire Terrier puppy is likely to cost between $600-$2,500, with the average price being $1,200. First-year expenses are around $2,655 and will be about $1,230/year after that. Through the dog’s lifetime, the average cost of owning a Yorkie is $18,615.

A Maltipoo puppy is likely to cost between $1,150 and $3,825, with the average price being $2,000. First-year expenses are around $2,615 and will be about $1,200/year after that. Through the dog’s lifetime, the average cost of owning a Maltipoo is $17,815.

A Portuguese Water Dog puppy is likely to cost between $1,500-$2,890, with the average price being $2,200. First-year expenses are around $1,950 and will be about $1,655/year after that. Through the dog’s lifetime, the average cost of owning a Portuguese Water Dog is $22,355.

A Standard Poodle puppy is likely to cost between $600-$2,000, with the average price being $1,000. First-year expenses are around $2,300 and will be about $1,920/year after that. Through the dog’s lifetime, the average cost of owning a Standard Poodle is $28,260.

A Labradoodle puppy is likely to cost between $900 and $2,800, with the average price being $1,550. First-year expenses are around $3,145 and will be about $2,065/year after that. Through the dog’s lifetime, the average cost of owning a Labradoodle is $29,475.

A Goldendoodle puppy is likely to cost between $1,200 and $3,200, with the average price being $2,000. First-year expenses are around $3,675 and will be about $2,250/year after that. Through the dog’s lifetime, the average cost of owning a Goldendoodle is $32,675.

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Johann Chapuis has assembled a fantastic team of licensed veterinarians, animal behaviorists, dog trainers, groomers, and walkers to write every article and offer the most accurate content on petbudget.com. Being a pet lover and owner himself, Johann is sharing his experiences and his financial aptitude cultivated during his MBA with a specialization in finance and the numerous years he spent working as a business manager and entrepreneur.

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