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
West Highland White Terriers (or Westies) are small white coated Earthdogs that were used hundreds of years ago to hunt rats and other rodents in Scotland. Today, they’re more commonly known as loveable family pets and stars in the show ring. Do they shed? West Highland White Terriers don’t shed much, but it does take
Welsh Terriers are an alert, spirited terrier of medium size that originates from Wales, where they were bred to hunt rodents, badger and fox. And thankfully, they don’t shed much. Welsh Terriers have a coarse, wiry top coat and a short, soft undercoat that sheds very little year round. However, they do require more effort
The Norfolk Terrier is a small British dog that was bred to hunt vermin and catch foxes. They are best known for being fearless, energetic and adventurous family companions. How much do they shed? Norfolk Terriers are a low shedding breed. They have a short-medium outer coat that is made up of harsh, wiry hairs
The Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier is a playful, loving, energetic terrier that was originally bred as a farm dog in Ireland. They love people and are great with the whole family. How much do they shed? Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers are a low shedding breed because they do not have an undercoat, and have hair