Do Rhodesian Ridgebacks Shed Much Hair?

Rhodesian Ridgeback sitting on sandy beach

Rhodesian Ridgebacks are confident, loyal, intelligent dogs that are characterized by a “ridge” of reverse growing hair on their back. They’re hunting dogs by nature and make excellent guard dogs, but also make great family companions, especially with proper training. How much do they shed? Rhodesian Ridgebacks are considered a low-shedding breed, and they’re also … Read more

Do Tibetan Terriers Shed Lots of Hair? Let’s Take a Look!

Beautiful Tibetan Terrier dog standing on a sunny grass with blurred flowers at the back.

Tibetan Terriers shed almost no hair, so this is the perfect example of a low shedding breed. However they do require above average care when it comes to grooming, so you will need to spend some extra time brushing and grooming if you want his coat to be in top shape. Here’s what you need … Read more

Do Miniature Schnauzers Shed? What You Should Know

Miniature Schnauzer lying down on grass.

Miniature Schnauzers shed a very low amount of hair. This is definitely one of the lowest shedding breeds you will come across. Which is good for those of you who can’t stand loose hair floating around or if you suffer from allergies. With that being said, no dog is completely non-shedding. And his coat requires … Read more

German Shorthaired Pointer Shedding (All You Need to Know)

German Shorthaired Pointer hunting outdoors on beautiful sunny day.

The German Shorthaired Pointer is a fun, high-energy dog that makes for a great all-around companion. They are good with children and enjoy playtime whenever they get the chance. On the same token, they are purpose-bred hunters. They were originally bred in Germany in the late 1800s as hunting dogs and belong to the pointing … Read more

Do Afghan Hounds Shed? What You Need to Know

Beautiful pedigree Afghan hound standing with lake in the background.

Afghan Hounds truly are a sight to behold, some might say majestic.

With a long, flowing coat and a calm, somewhat aloof demeanour, they truly are in a class of their own. But the question you really need answered is: do they shed excessively?

Let’s take a look…