Not sure if this is a discussion, but I am bewildered.
My husband has allergy issues with some dogs. For forty years we had Siberian Huskies and one golden retriever. The huskies did not set off DH's allergies at all, but the golden did cause some reaction.
When our last two huskies were getting old, I was in my sixties with a chronic compromised back nerve problem. As the chief dog trainer/ walker I decided as much as I will always adore Huskies perhaps a slightly smaller and less active dog would be in my best interest. I finally settled on an Australian Labradoodle. Australian labradoodles were already multigeneration dogs and as such ran much truer to the "breed standard". The "breed standard" at the time being ideal traits including non allergenic. That said if how a dog looks (which I totally get - they ARE cuter thatn the dickens) why don't more doodle lovers just get an Australian Labradoodle?