There are many breeds of dogs that don’t shed. The best way to find out if a breed of dog is a good fit for your lifestyle is to research the dog’s temperament and personality.
Here are some breeds that don’t shed:
Basenji — This breed has an unusual bark and look, but it’s also one of the quietest dogs on the planet. They’re not very demanding and can get along well with other pets in the house.
Chinese Crested — This hairless breed was originally bred as a working dog but now makes a great companion pet. The Chinese Crested is affectionate, intelligent and playful.
Bichon Frise — This fluffy white dog loves to play, but is also very affectionate and loyal to its family members. Bichons tend to get along well with children and other pets in the household as long as they’ve been properly socialized from a young age.
Poodle — Poodles come in three sizes: toy, miniature and standard size poodles that range in height from 10 inches tall for toy poodles all the way up to 18 inches tall for standard poodles! These dogs have curly coats that require regular brushing (or clipping) so they don’t shed as much
What Breeds Of Dogs Dont Shed
The following dog breeds are known for not shedding a lot, or at all:
Coton de Tulear
English Cocker Spaniel
French Bulldog (Brushed)
Lhasa Apso (Long-haired)
If you’re allergic to dogs and hate the fur, here’s a list of dog breeds that don’t shed.
Shedding is normal for all dogs, but some breeds shed more than others. Some dogs don’t shed at all! Here are some of the most common non-shedding dog breeds:
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
There are many reasons why people choose not to own a dog. Some of these reasons include allergies, lack of time and the high cost of owning a dog.
Although there are plenty of dogs that don’t shed, it’s important to know what breeds shed the most. This will help you find the perfect dog for you if you are looking for a non-shedding breed or if you want to learn more about how much shedding your current pet does.
Here are seven breeds that don’t shed:
- Bichon Frise
- Poodles (Standard, Miniature or Toy)
- Yorkshire Terrier
- Shih Tzu
- Silky Terrier
If you’re looking for a dog that doesn’t shed, it’s important to know that there are no truly non-shedding dogs. All dogs shed to some degree, but there are some breeds that shed less than others.
The following breeds are often considered “hypoallergenic” because they shed far less than other breeds:
Poodle (various colors)