I just have to put this out there bc I have seen how people react when their "hypoallergenic dog" is a dander ridden allergy ball. Mixing a furred, dander producing dog with a poodle or bichon will not make it "hypoallergenic" that's crazy and any breeder who promises their 1st,2nd or even 3rd generation labradoodle, goldendoodle, peekapoo, yorkiepoo, shipoo is either being deliberately deceptive or is extremely uninformed. Yes they may have produce fewer allergens compared to a dog that contains no poodle but they may also produce the exact same amount of allergens as your average lab or whatever. Also, in sever cases people may still be allergic to poodles and bichons, which is why many reputable breeders will not claim their dogs are hypoallergenic. Another myth, hairless dogs actually create more allergic reactions since it's the skin you are allergic too in addition to or instead of the fur. (With cats people are actually allergic to the proteins in their saliva which is distributed onto their fur then they groom themselves.) Long haired breeds are not all hypo allergenic and some are among the worst for allergy suffers bc they are double coated with a hair/fur coat. The only reason fewer people are allergic to poodles and bichons is because they have actual hair similar to human hair and skin to match it. Depending on the nature of your allergy some people have better luck with well groomed wire haired breeds but that goes away if they clipper trim the dog and don't strip the hair. Don't believe google or sites that are designed to sell puppies and have an info page, they lie.
Getting down off the soap box now.