Yorkshire Terriers are small, affectionate dogs that are just full of personality. They were originally developed in England as skilled ratters, but went on to become one of the most popular urban companions in the world. And thankfully, they don’t shed much hair! Yorkies have long, straight, glossy coats that shed very little. However, their
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Irish Terriers are medium-sized, all-purpose farm dogs that originate from Ireland. They are easily recognized by their red coat and bold, courageous (yet gentle) nature. They don’t shed much either! Irish Terriers have short, dense, wiry coats that shed very little. Although they their coat does require regular brushing and either hand stripping or trimming
The Bichon Frise belongs to a group of bichon type dogs that includes breeds like the Havanese, Bolognese and Maltese. But make no mistake, his winning personality, charm and beautifully white, puffy coat make him a one of a kind dog. And to top it off, he doesn’t shed much at all. Bichon Frise are
Cocker Spaniels are small, gentle, adorable dogs, and one of the most popular family companions in the United States. But they’re not just a pretty face. Spaniels were originally bred to hunt and retrieve game birds, so they are naturally active and alert sporting dogs too. Do they shed much? Cocker Spaniels have a double
Scottish Terriers were bred in Scotland to hunt foxes and rats. They’re best known as confident, spirited and loyal dogs that, as with most terriers, also have an independent streak. And the good news is, they don’t shed much! However, they do have a hard, wiry double coat that requires a fair amount of maintenance.
The Airedale Terrier is the largest of all Terrier breeds and given their courageous nature and unmatched versatility, it’s no wonder they are known as the “King of Terriers.” And thankfully, they don’t shed lots of hair. Airedale Terriers have a dense, wiry outer coat and a soft, thick undercoat that doesn’t shed very much