> What breeds of dogs don’t shed fur?
What breeds of dogs don’t shed fur?
What breed of dogs don’t shed fur.
And asking because im considering getting a dog. And the reason why it can’t shed is because my mom says it will go on every where and if she gets it on her clothe and she goes to work, she will get in trouble and there will be fur all over the house.
poodles and pitt bulls. I prefer pitt bulls. A well brought up pit puppy will turn out to be a loyal companion. I’m adopting a pit.
But however pits do shed a tad. But barely if fed high quality dog food such as Canidae. dogs fed high quality food, poop less, eat less,shed less, stink less.
Poodles… Puli’s… F1b doodles
I think most dogs shed.. The amount of shedding isdependant on the type of dog and also the diet. Cheap foods from Walmart and the grocery that have a lot of grains and colors and other impurities will cause dogs to shed excessively
and have skin issues.
Every breed except hairless breeds shed. Whether minimal, average, or year-around.
Every dog sheds, a little or allot, no matter what some breeders will tell you every dog sheds hair!
But if you want a dog that sheds less than a little try a poodle or any poodle mix, they have hair not fur so it might be easier for you to maintain!
Labradoodles. And I do believe Shitzu
The reason behind this is that these dogs dont have fur they have HAIR!!
Yorki’s have hair alot like ours.
Amount they “shed”
Is like what we shed.
Humans shed about 200 hairs a day, this is with brushing.
These dogs do not loose a lot of hair.
esp when brushed everyday.
so they are considered to be the non-shedding breeds
American Hairless Terrier
Peruvian Inca Orchid
All hairless breeds that don’t shed. However I personally find them rather unattractive.
There are TWO breeds that do not drop hair.
Purebred poodles (NOT poodle mixes like shih-poos or cockerpoos or any of those) and purebred Bichon Frise’s.
** I said drop hair, because that’s what is generally thought of as shedding.
Poodles and Bichons lose hair, but it’s caught up in their other hair like velcro and won’t come out.
It must be brushed out, which is why they need so much grooming. **
Short haired dogs ALL shed, they shed short hairs.
Long haired dogs shed, just very minimally, like the way humans lose hairs.
ANY mixed breed sheds, regardless of what the designer dog peddler tries to tell you.
Poodles and Bichons, that’s it.
And you should be aware they require daily brushing and monthly grooming or their coats mat into a solid piece and must be shaved off entirely.
It might be a good idea to wait on the dog, but if you’re determined, get one of those two and commit yourself to constant brushing.
The Mexican Hairless Chihuahua
☺ < woofasito (yo es frio) Basenji's aren't supposed to shed every breed of dog sheds it's fur. poodles don't shed AS MUCH fur. if you don't like poodles, get a half poodle dog(example half poodle half laberdor retriever) all dogs shed. some just not as much as others. and don't buy in to the whole.....'blank' a poo or dumb a doodle. http://sweet-lucys.com/allergybreeds.html i did a quick search....do some more. all kinds of dogs shed fur ... but if u look for short hair dogs like pitbulls , doberman ,rottweiler they don't shed fur that much ! If the dogs hair is shorter it decrease the shed fur ... There is no such thing as a dog that doesn't shed. So many people try to advertise mixed breeds that don't she but in reality all dogs shed. Some shed differently and some shed less however that doesn't mean they don't shed. The best thing to do is find a dog specific to your geographical area. If you live in hot weather find a short hair dog. If you live in cool weather find a longer to medium hair dog. Pairing a dog with the climate it is intended for will drastically reduce shedding. 1.poodle 2.Airedale terrier, fox terrier wired haired, and pretty much any wire coated terrier 3.Portuguese water dog Don't get a dog. Sounds like other material things are more important. Most dogs do shed, get a gold fish instead or a stuffed toy dog. Maltese and Lhasa Apso (cute little fluffy dogs) check them out I have a Shih Tzu...they have hair, not fur. Absolutely NO SHEDDING 🙂 Honest, the only hair I see is in the comb and brush when I groom her. Good Luck!!! If you want a dog that you can be active with, get a Standard Poodle. If it's just going to be a lap dog, go for the Bichon. You won't have hair/fur all over your house with those breeds. I have a chinease shar-pei=barely sheds or a bulldog or something Or a furless dog-they dont shed at all!!! All warm blooded animals shed - there are some breeds that shed but don't 'drop' their coats but they require that you give them frequent groomings/brushing or they will get matted. Basically even the short coated ones require brushing if you don't want them to shed all over the house so your outta luck there... poodles & hairless kinds are the only ones I know of, but who wants one of those??? Check this out: http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/searchcategories.htm It's a website that has all types of breeds, but that link brings you to a "find the perfect dog" quiz type thing, it'll tell you the perfect breed of dog for you. Poodles, Yorkis, Maltese, anything mixed with a poodle, usually doesn't shed. I just got a yorki-poo and he's great! Poodles are also very smart and learn quickly. A poodle, miniature, standard and giant, do not shed. Pulis do not shed. Pumis do not shed. Bedlington Terriers do not shed. Bolonka Zwetnas. Labradoodle or Goldendoodle (Labrador or Golden Retriever mixed with poodle), Lagotto Romagnolo, Bichon Frise, Bolognese (this is not the sauce), Cairn Terrier do not shed much, Chinese Crested, Havanese, Italian Greyhound, Lakeland Terrier, Affenpinscher, Löwchen, Maltese, manchester Terrier, Miniature Schnauzer, Norfolk and Norwich Terrier, Peruvian Inca Orchid, Scottish Terrier, Sealyhalm Terrier, Wirehaired Fox terrier, West Highland White terrier, Xoloxcuintle, maybe Yorkshire Terriers. Note: Bolonka Zwetnas are cute, the Chinese Crested and Inca Orchid are almost without fur like the Xoloxcuintle, .... On this website, you have to anwer a quiz and the search engine will find a matching dog, purebred or hybrid. Powered by Yahoo! Answers © 2008 Ask Pets. All Rights Reserved. Ask Pets is powered by .