Pudelpointers are German hunting dogs that were bred from a Poodle and Pointer, which are both fairly low shedding dogs. They are smart, friendly and eager to obey their master. How much do they shed? Pudelpointers have a medium length outer coat and a dense undercoat that sheds a low to moderate amount of hair
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Chow Chows are an ancient breed that stood as the loyal, dignified companions of Chinese nobles thousands of years ago. Their original name (Songshi-Quan) means “puffy lion dog” which is the perfect way to describe them (well, maybe except for their blue tongue!). And yes, Chow Chows do shed – a lot. Chows are a
Basset Hounds are scent hounds that were bred in France to help hunters track deer and rabbit, a task which they excelled at given their keen sense of smell and short-legged build. Today, they’re better known as being charming, laid-back family companions. Do they shed lots? Basset Hounds are a moderate to heavy shedding breed.
Golden Retrievers are a medium sized dog that was bred in Scotland during the mid 1800’s to help hunters retrieve ducks and other game birds. And they’ve since become one of the most popular breeds in America, which is no surprise given their calm, friendly and intelligent nature. How much do they shed? Golden Retrievers
American Water Spaniels (also known as AWS) were bred as all-in-one hunting companions in Wisconsin during the 1800’s. They’re athletic dogs that love swimming and hunting. And thankfully, the AWS doesn’t shed much hair. However, they do have a double coat which means that, as with most double coated breeds, they shed seasonally. So you
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