Fenris (spoo), Sushi (old grumpy cat)
You mentioned hypoallergenic being important. As someone with asthma and allergies let me share my experience. Hypoallergenic dogs are just low shedding, they do better in many cases for people with allergies but it doesn't mean no allergies at all. I am generally horrible allergy-wise with most breeds, Shepherds and Huskies especially set my asthma off like crazy. I did some allergy testing and interacting with poodles and I still have reactions, but they are mild and are controlled by a Claritin. No asthma reactions to my spoo. But I have heard stories from others experiencing anything from no reactions to full blown allergic and asthmatic reactions to poodles. So I would make sure if you have someone with allergies in the household to test themselves around poodles first. If the allergies are severe, go to an allergist first. More in-depth testing can be done. The reactions (or lack of) to poodles seem to be very person specific.