Let me first get the word hypo- allergenic out of the way [SEE FULL INFO SOURCE HERE].
"HYPOALLERGENIC" is used to describe items (especially cosmetics and textiles) that cause or are claimed to cause fewer allergic reactions.
Hypoallergenic pets still produce allergens, but because of their coat type, absence of fur, or absence of a gene that produces a certain protein, they typically produce fewer allergens than others of the same species. People with severe allergies and asthma may still be affected by a hypoallergenic pet.
With regard to allergy sufferers, a hypoallergenic pet would presumably enable them to have a pet in their home, whereas most dogs, cats, rabbits, and other fur-bearing animals can cause an allergic reaction. The proteins that cause allergies are found not only in the animals' fur or hair but also in saliva, urine, mucous, and hair roots and in the dander sloughed from the animals' skin. Thus, the widespread idea that "hypoallergenic pets" are those that have less hair or shed less is a myth.
A fact is however, that PekePoos and other poodle hybrids can be non- or low-shedding and reducing dander production and hair irritation that occurs with other breeds in allergy sufferers. Coupled with shorter hair styles, frequent bathing [or trips to groomer] and use of shampoos that are natural and designed towards a healthy PH value skin care, can make the difference between a dog causing you allergic reactions or being "just fine".
Be sure to visit this page here on my website - there is important information on this page for allergy sufferers, that will help you with your new puppy.