Dogs That Don't Shed
A Quick List of Dog Breeds That Don't Shed Too Much
If you love dogs, but not the hair they shed all over the furniture and the floor, you're probably interested in dogs that don't shed. Fortunately, there are a number of dog breeds that don't shed too much. Here is a quick look at a few of those breeds.
This breed is one of the dogs that doesn't shed much at all. However, you do have to be concerned about professional grooming every month and brushing a few times a week to prevent matting.
With virtually no hair except a crest on the head and tufts at their feet, there's very little fur that will shed. The Chinese Crested is a shy dog that will do fine with some indoor playing every day. There is also a powder puff variety of the Chinese Crested dog that has fur, but minimal shedding.
West Highland White Terriers don't shed much at all and make great companion pets. However, a professional groomer is necessary to maintain the standard look of the breed.
If you're concerned about allergies, remember that it is usually an animal's dander, not fur, that causes the sniffles. So even if a dog breed doesn't shed, they still may not be allergy friendly.