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7 Dogs That Don’t Shed

May 9, 2018

No Lint Brush Zone

Going for a night on the town or simply leaving out for work doesn’t have to involve giving your clothes a once or twice over with a lint brush if you own a dog! Take a look at this list of no shed puppies that fit well with your wardrobe!

This is no secret. It’s well known that Poodles, and pretty much any hybrid mix of them, are no shed puppies! Intelligent, lively, and lovable – there’s no wonder they are such household treasures. They are favorites in homes of animal lovers with allergies, as they’re hypoallergenic and happy little campers.

Mini Schnauzer puppies have a thick, wiry, double coat, which came in handy while they dug into the ground, as it naturally kept off debris. As an added benefit, they do not shed much, so they are pretty much perfect for potential dog owners who have allergies.

The Bichon Frise has a beautiful coat, but what makes it even more spectacular is that they are hypoallergenic. Their coats shed very little and is rather comparable to that of a Poodle. The longer their hair grows, the cuter and curlier it gets. Visit the groomer every 6 – 8 weeks to keep your Bichon looking radiant!

Wheaten Terriers are no shed puppies that are extremely gentle. They get along swimmingly with children, cats, dogs, and strangers very well. The most notable commonality to other Terriers is their stubbornness, so you’ll need to take some time to train them.

Sporting a thick coat of hair instead of fur, these little dogs don’t shed. On the contrary, they require occasional haircuts to keep their coats in check. They are hypoallergenic, making them great for persons with allergies.

Bred to be your best friend, they fit the bill! These no shed puppies are lap dogs and love to be right by your side. They are simply gorgeous, but sturdy little dogs. Their silky but fluffy soft hair won’t decorate your clothing at all!

Westie no shed puppies are highly intelligent and quick learners, with one of the most famous doggie faces. They have graced the covers of dog brand foods for ages and warmed the hearts of hundreds. Their long white fur won’t tarnish your short black dress!

 

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