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.
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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
Poodles are highly intelligent, athletic dogs that were once used for hunting and retrieving ducks in Germany. Today, however, they’re known as the national dog of France and are ranked as one of the most popular breeds in the U.S. by the American Kennel Club. They don’t shed much hair either. Poodles are a low
Min Pins are small dogs with big dog personalities. They are known as a fearless, energetic and proud breed that make excellent family companions. Do they shed much? Miniature Pinschers have a short, smooth coat that overall doesn’t shed very much. Min Pins are also very easy to groom given they have such short coats,
Papillons are small, beautiful looking dogs that were bred as companions for noblewomen hundreds of years ago. Today, the friendly and upbeat Pap is a popular family companion. And don’t let their cuteness fool you, they’re actually very athletic, robust little dogs! And thankfully, they don’t shed much at all. Papillons have long, silky, flowing
Giant Schnauzers are large working dogs that were originally developed to drive cattle to and from markets for farmers. Today, they are used as police dogs and are often described as “gentle giants” and loyal guardians by their humans. They don’t shed much either. Giant Schnauzers have a dense, wiry double coat that doesn’t shed