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Non-shedding Dogs in Faribault

Puppies for sale1Most dogs shed, whether they have long hair, short hair, or heavy undercoats. A Labrador Retriever with fairly short hair can shed just as much, if not more, than a longer-haired German Shepherd or Collie. Daily brushing can help to decrease the amount of hair your see around your house and thus on your clothing. For dogs who shed seasonally, brushing may need to even be done twice daily during those times.

Some people prefer not to deal with the shedding at all. In which case, some breeds of ‘non-shedding’ dogs may be the ideal solution, particularly for allergy sufferers. These dogs will still shed, though the amount of hair that they shed is about as much as your own, which is barely noticeable. These are dogs who don’t have much of an undercoat, and they have the type of coat the requires regular clipping. These include:

  • Poodles
  • Cocker Spaniels
  • Shih Tzus
  • Schnauzers

Other breeds that shed little to no hair include the following:

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Affenpinschers

Airedale Terriers

American Hairless Terriers

Australian Terriers

Basenjis

Bedlington Terriers

Belgian Shepherd Laekenois

Bergamascos

Bichon Frises

Bichon/Yorkie mixes

Bologneses

Border Terriers

Bouvers des Flanders

Brussels Griffons

Cairn Terriers

Cesky Terriers

Chi-Poos

Chinese Cresteds

Cockapoos

Coton De Tulears

Dandie Dinmont Terriers

Doodleman Pinschers

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Giant Schnauzers

Glen of Imaal Terriers

Hairless Khalas

Havaneses

Irish Terriers

Irish Water Spaniels

Italian Greyhounds

Kerry Blue Terriers

Komondors

Labradoodles

Lagotto Romagnolos

Lakeland Terriers

Lowchens

Malteses

Malti-Poos

Manchester Terriers

Mi-Kis

Miniature Poodles

Miniature Schnauzers

Norfolk Terriers

Norwich Terriers

Peruvian Inca Orchids

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Petit Basset Griffon Vendeens

Poos (Poodle Mixes)

Portuguese Water Dogs

Pulis

Schnoodles

Scottish Terriers

Sealyham Terriers

Shepadoodles

Shichons

Silky Terriers

Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers

Spanish Water Dogs

Standard Poodles

Standard Schnauzers

Tibetan Terriers

Toy Poodles

Welsh Terriers

West Highland White Terriers

Wirehaired Fox Terriers

Wirehaired Pointing Griffons

Yorkshire Terriers

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