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Large grey and cream coloured Otterhound standing with front feet on top of wooden fence looking towards camera.

Do Otterhounds Shed?

Otterhounds are large dogs from England that were originally bred for hunting otters in streams and rivers. Outside of the water, the Otterhound has a lively, boisterous personality that makes it the perfect choice for families looking for a fun canine companion. Does the Otterhound shed, and if so, how much? Otterhounds, with their shaggy

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Yellow Pit Bull terrier dog lying on the grass

Do Pitbulls Shed? (Pit Bull Shedding Guide)

If you’re considering adopting a Pitty and want to know whether or not he’s likely to fill your home with hair, you’re in the right place. The short answer is yes, they do shed! However, Pitbulls are NOT an individual breed of dog. The name “Pit Bull” is actually used to describe a type of

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Beautiful portrait of a Rottweiler during spring standing in a green park.

Do Rottweilers Shed? (Rottie Shedding Guide)

Rottweilers are loyal, hard working, courageous dogs. And while some may find them intimidating, they’re actually among the sweetest, most loving family companions in dogdom. Do they shed lots? Rotties have a dense, medium-length double coat that sheds moderately throughout most of the year, but you may notice an increase in shedding during spring and

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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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Shetland Sheepdog standing outside with green trees in background.

Do Shetland Sheepdogs Shed Much?

Shetland Sheepdogs are small herding dogs that originate from the Shetland Islands where, according to the AKC, they were developed to herd sheep and ponies for farmers. They’re not just highly intelligent, capable working dogs though, they’re also popular companions that are known for their energetic and playful nature. They do shed though – a

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Belgian Sheepdog running on dirt path surrounded by nature.

Do Belgian Sheepdogs Shed?

Belgian Sheepdogs (or Belgian Shepherds) are large working dogs that originate from Belgium, where they were commonly used to herd sheep. Over the years however, these intelligent, versatile dogs have also been used as police dogs, messengers and even helped soldiers in the military. Safe to say, few dogs can match his work ethic, trainability

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