• There are none. All rabbits fur that is the same in allergen pathogens though some have shorter fur than others. But as to being less allergic, it ain't gonna happen.
  • cannot agree with previous poster since i seen it myself. My gf brought home adorable baby girl bunny about 4 years ago. I had no problems whatsoever to her while about 2 years ago we decided to adopt a boy bunny(keep in separate cages since female rabbits cannot have sex if they stayed "virgins" untill they are over 1yo). The new bunny is a different breed(mini lop) cute, hanging ears, all black and he is killing me. Allergies hit me like a ton of bricks, he sheds a lot more than the girl(10 to 1 scale easy) and requires constant grooming and vacuming of the whole room they live in. So while there might not be nonallergenic bannys some are hypoallergenic, rule of thumb - the shorted the fur the better for you sinuses:)

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