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They say that a dog is “man’s best friend”, and many people would have to agree. A dog is one of the best companions that a person can have. In nursing homes, they provide assistance to those with disabilities and they also provide comfort to those who are struggling with anxiety and other depressive issues.
One problem of having a dog seems to be the piles of hair they leave behind. Nobody wants to clean up a dog’s hair and more than likely dogs will have major shedding. There are a few dog breads that do not shed and are considered to be from the hypo allergenic group. These dogs are often highly desired in homes with allergies, or when being used as a service dog. So what dogs are the best for the non-shedding category, here are a few?
Whether the mini poodle or a full size, they don’t shed a bit. They are one of the top breads for being great for those who don’t’ want pesky dog hair around. Their short and curly hair does require frequent grooming, but will not leave tufts on the couches or clothing.
The Yorkshire terrier is also dubbed the “Yorkie” by dog enthusiasts. These little dogs may have a big bark, but they have little hair loss. They are small and their wirey hair seems to stay in place. They are highly coveted in the non-shedding group.
The petite dogs were originally bred in Germany. They are often called a wiener dog because of their small stature. Their short coats are thick and coarse but they are not known as a shedding dog. They are loyal dogs and enthusiasts can find three different hair types. They range from the long hair version to the wiry hair and then the smooth short haired.
Their big bug eyes and huge personalities make the Shih Tzu a great choice among the non-shedding dogs. They come in all types of colors, but the characteristic bug eyes make them adorable and hard to resist when it comes to a shed free pick.
While they belong to the bull dog family, their small size makes them in a league all their own. These pint size dogs are known for their bull dog appearance and bulging eyes, yet their short hair is non-shedding. They are the perfect dog for those who like the English bulls and other varieties but don’t want to deal with any hair problems.
Regardless of which kind of dog a person choices, there is bound to be a little hair. In fact, there is no dog that won’t shed just a little bit. However; there are many breeds that have a different hair structure and are not prone to leave a trail of hair behind them.
Lilly Resser has been a dog lover and groomer for years now and continues to blog about man’s best friend. She can recommend many breeds of dogs that don’t shed and would be perfect family pets and suggests you visit A Place To Love Dogs to get more information for yourself!