The American Staffordshire Terrier, or AmStaff, is a mid-sized Pit Bull breed that doesn’t have the best reputation since it was used for dogfighting in its early days. Yet with training and socialization, the AmStaff can be a loyal, friendly, and loving four-legged friend. Do they shed much? The American Staffordshire Terrier has short fur
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American Foxhounds are described by the American Kennel Club as good-natured, easy-going dogs that get on well with other animals and children. They’re also known for their speed and enduring work ethic, which no doubt served them well during their fox hunting days. Do they shed? Yes, American Foxhounds do shed, but not very heavily.
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
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
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
Wirehaired Pointing Griffons are known for their ability in the field as a versatile gundog and their rough, scruffy appearance. But they’re not just rugged sporting dogs, they also make friendly, loyal companions. And the good news is, they don’t shed very much! Griffs have a medium-length double coat made up of harsh, wiry outer