Tag: Average Maintenance Coat

Cute Brussels Griffon dog standing in green grass.

Do Brussels Griffon Dogs Shed?

The Brussels Griffon is one of the smallest dog breeds, weighing under 10 pounds on average. This Belgium pup is always on red alert to keep a watchful eye on its family members despite its diminutive size. Does the Brussels Griffon shed a lot? Rough-coated Brussels Griffons shed infrequently, even during seasonal changes. The smooth-coated

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Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog on the grass

Do Cavalier King Charles Spaniels Shed?

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are small dogs that are known for their gentle, affectionate nature, beautiful puppy dog eyes and adorable expression. They’re not just a pretty face though, Cavaliers make great family companions that can adapt to virtually any lifestyle. Whether you’re looking for a lapdog, active hiking buddy, or capable hunting partner. How

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Cairn Terrier outside posing in park.

Cairn Terrier Shedding – What to Expect

Cairn Terriers are small dogs that were developed in Scotland to dig into cairns (man-made piles of rocks for graves or landmarks) and dispatch the rodents living within them. And according to the AKC, they even hunted foxes when grouped in packs. So they’re not just cute and cuddly companions, they’re also rugged, fearless little

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Norwegian Elkhound at dog show

Do Norwegian Elkhounds Shed Lots?

Norwegian Elkhounds are an ancient dog breed that, according to the AKC, were developed thousands of years ago as elk hunters, herders, guarders, and as shipmates for vikings. They’re known as strong, intelligent, fearless hunters, as well as loyal companions. They do shed, quite a bit, though. Norwegian Elkhounds have a thick double coat that

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Brown Dachshund puppy standing outside near garden.

Do Dachshunds Shed Much?

Dachshunds are small dogs that were developed in Germany over 600 years ago to hunt badgers. Their short feet and long “sausage dog” bodies don’t just make ’em look unique, this also helped them dig into badger dens, and dispatch them, back in the day. Today, however, they’re better known as friendly, family companions with

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Wirehaired Pointing Griffon outside standing next to tree.

Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Shedding Guide

Wirehaired Pointing Griffons are known for their ability in the field as a versatile gundog and their rough, scruffy appearance. But they’re not just rugged sporting dogs, they also make friendly, loyal companions. And the good news is, they don’t shed very much! Griffs have a medium-length double coat made up of harsh, wiry outer

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