Tag: Moderate Shedding

Brown Dachshund puppy standing outside near garden.

Do Dachshunds Shed Much?

Dachshunds are small dogs that were developed in Germany over 600 years ago to hunt badgers. Their short feet and long “sausage dog” bodies don’t just make ’em look unique, this also helped them dig into badger dens, and dispatch them, back in the day. Today, however, they’re better known as friendly, family companions with

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Beautiful Bull Terrier dog standing in the park.

Do Bull Terriers Shed Much?

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,

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Beagle puppy sitting on brown grass

Do Beagles Shed Much? (Shedding Guide)

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

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Toy fox terrier in the summer the park on the green grass.

How Much Do Toy Fox Terriers Shed?

Toy Fox Terriers are described as intelligent, alert and friendly, and as having the tenacity of a terrier but the lovability of a toy breed. They were originally bred as barnyard ratters and small game hunters, but have also proven their skill in the circus and excel at agility competitions. Do they shed much? Toy

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Bracco Italiano walking outside near large tree.

Do Bracco Italianos Shed?

The Bracco Italiano (or Italian Pointing Dog) originates from Italy and is one of the oldest pointing dogs on record. They are known as intelligent, enthusiastic and versatile gun dogs in the field, and affectionate companions around the home. They’re not heavy shedders either. However, like most dogs, they do molt, so you will notice

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Brown Boykin Spaniel running on grass.

Boykin Spaniel Shedding (All You Need to Know)

Boykin Spaniels originate from a town in South Carolina called Boykin, where they were bred to hunt game birds and retrieve waterfowl from local lakes. Given his skill in the field, trainability, and friendly nature while at home, it wasn’t long before his popularity grew. To the point he’s now the official state dog of

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