A list of "non-shedding" breeds

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  1. Shannerson

    Shannerson New Member

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    I would like to compile a list of all breeds either very low-shedding, or the non-shedding type. If we could copy and paste each post to get a list that would be great. If there is a mistake fix it! I am always curious of wire haired terriers-do they all shed or not or some or what?

    Bedlington Terrier
    Bichon Frise
    Coton De Tulear
    Curly-Coated Retriever
    Havanese
    Lowchen
    Maltese
    Poodles
    Portuguese Water Dog
    Schnauzers
    Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier
    Yorkshire Terrier

    Note: Any mix of the above breeds: cockapoos, goldendoodles, etc. may or may not shed or may shed less, there is no guarantee.
     
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    Kerry Blue Terriers

    I don't think that they shed.
     
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    American Hairless Terrier

    Chinese Crested (hairless)

    Hairless Khala

    Peruvian Inca Orchid (PIO)

    Xoloitzcuintle(Mexican Hairless)


    sorry just had to do it ...LOL :p
     
  4. Shannerson

    Shannerson New Member

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    So...

    American Hairless Terrier
    Bedlington Terrier
    Bichon Frise
    Coton De Tulear
    Chinese Crested and Powderpuff
    Curly-Coated Retriever
    Hairless Khala
    Havanese
    Kerry Blue Terriers
    Lowchen
    Maltese
    Peruvian Inca Orchid
    Poodles
    Portuguese Water Dog
    Schnauzers
    Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier
    Xoloitzcuintle
    Yorkshire Terrier
     
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    Greyhounds
    Irish Wolfhounds- they shed but not a lot.
     
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    Greyhound are light shedders?
     
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    Affenpinscher
    American Hairless Terrier
    American Water Spaniel
    Bedlington Terrier
    Bichon Frise
    Bolognese
    Coton De Tulear
    Chinese Crested and Powderpuff
    Curly-Coated Retriever
    Hairless Khala
    Havanese
    Irish Water Spaniel
    Kerry Blue Terriers
    Lowchen
    Maltese
    Peruvian Inca Orchid
    Poodles
    Portuguese Water Dog
    Shi-Tzu
    Schnauzers
    Spanish Water Dog
    Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier
    Thai Ridgeback
    Xoloitzcuintle
    Yorkshire Terrier
     
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    Poodle
    Bedlington Terrier
    Cockapoo
    Chinese Crested
    Havanese
    Kerry Blue Terrier
    Labradoodle
    Goldendoodle
    Maltese
    Portuguese Water Dog
    Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
    Schnauzer
    Coton De Tulear
    Basenji
    Lowchen
    Bichon Frise


    Anna:)
     
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    Curly Coated retrievers shed like crazy:
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    Actaully I heard they dont shed at all....
     
  12. DanL

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    All dogs shed to a degree, but on some it's not as noticable.

    I will say from experience- Pugs are terrible shedders, even with that short hair.
     
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    I work with them often and they DO shed, not like a lab but some can shed quite a bit.
     
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    Komondor and Puli

    Cocker Spaniel

    Yorkshire Terrier

    Airedale Terrier
     
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    Fraid you heard wrong they have very short hair but they do shed and some shed a lot! Wish they didnt would save me hoovering as much.

    Patterdale terriers on the other hand dont shed.
     
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    Wrong, wrong and wrong. Besides, she asked for breeds.

    (sorry, someone had to do it).
     
  17. SummerRiot

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    Yeah those dogs that Fran pointed out are "mutts".. definately not a breed.

    and definately not "non-shedding" 100%.. there are lots of "oodle" crosses that shed like mad.
     
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    Cockers shed a lot I think. And Airedales don't?

    So...
    Affenpinscher
    Airdale Terrier
    American Hairless Terrier
    American Water Spaniel
    Basenji
    Bedlington Terrier
    Bichon Frise
    Bolognese
    Coton De Tulear
    Chinese Crested and Powderpuff
    Hairless Khala
    Havanese
    Irish Water Spaniel
    Kerry Blue Terriers
    Komondor
    Lowchen
    Maltese
    Peruvian Inca Orchid
    Poodles
    Portuguese Water Dog
    Puli
    Shi-Tzu
    Schnauzers
    Spanish Water Dog
    Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier
    Thai Ridgeback
    Xoloitzcuintle
    Yorkshire Terrier
     
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    Cockers don't shed a lot... but they need to be groomed a lot! ;)
     

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