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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Staffordshire Bull Terriers are strong, agile bull-type terriers that were once used as fighting dogs, that is until blood sports were outlawed. Today, they’re best known as mild, friendly and loyal companions that are adored by families across the globe. How much hair do the shed? Staffordshire Bull Terriers have short, smooth coats that don’t
Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs (or Swissies) are large working dogs that are said to have been developed in the Swiss Alps by crossing mastiff-type dogs and Alpine mountain dogs. Like their cousin, the Rottweiler, they were employed as herders and protectors of livestock, as well as “pulling dogs” that hauled carts to and from markets.
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
Bull Terriers are well-built, playful dogs with an egg-shaped head. And even though they were built for battle, they make great family companions, especially with proper training, early socialization and plenty of stimulation. What about shedding? Bull Terriers have short, easy-to-groom coats that don’t shed very much. Except twice per year during spring and fall,
Beagles are small dogs that were originally used to track and hunt small game such as rabbit. These days they are among the most popular breeds in the United States and are often described as being friendly, loyal family companions. Do they shed much? Beagles are a double-coated breed that sheds a moderate amount of