Top 3 Dog Breeds that Shed the Least

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Do you love dogs? But cannot stand with dog hair because of dog hair allergy?

It is almost impossible to find any dog breeds that never shed, but it is still possible to find dog breeds that shed least.

Let me introduce you top 3 dog breeds that shed the least today: Bichon Frise, Maltese, and Poodle.

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From KimsKennel Korea Official Blog

First choice is Bichon Frise.

Bichon Frise is one of the most popular dog breeds in Korea now for their cute looking, friendly personality, and luxurious white curly hair.

But the most biggest feature that caught many people’ attention was their hypoallergenic hair, meaning not falling off much.

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Next one is Toy Poodle.

Poodle is one of puppy breeds with lots of advantages – clever, compact size, and beautiful curly hair that doesn’t shed a lot.

Toy Poodle and Bichon Frise have lot of things in common – high dog IQ (ranked 2nd), beautiful curly hair, and healthy.

There are many colors of Poodles including apricot, black, silver, chocolate, cafe au lait, cream and more.

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Last dog breed that I’d like to recommend you is Maltese.

Maltese is well known as indoor puppy because its small size and sweet temperament.

Only flaw that Maltese can have is being spoiled as prince or princess by their human family.

Also, because Maltese has silky white hair that grows long and compact body size, they are much more being loved by girls.

 

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3 thoughts on “Top 3 Dog Breeds that Shed the Least”

  1. OMG! These pictures are so precious! I can attest to the Bichon Frisé. We had two, unfortunately, lost one two years ago at age 12 (cooper).Piper just turned 8. They are the most precious gifts I’ve ever received. You can see pictures of them on my “about page.” They are a pricey breed to own, requiring a lot of maintenance, but they are the best dogs in the world! We sure miss our Cooper but Piper keeps us hopping. They are the most loving and true Lap dogs.
    Thank you for following my blog. Welcome to the fence jumpers.
    @sheilamgood at Cow Pasture Chronicles

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    1. Yes! I have two Bichon. Frise, Leo and Ringo. Used to have a beagle boy Maru that passed away in last Aug after he had lived lovely 13yrs with us. So these two bichon babies came and now I am enjoying every single moment with them. And yes it is a bit hard to keep their hair nice and maintenance is quite costly, but I love them so much 🙂
      Thanks for visiting my site and sure I will visit yours often 🙂
      Thanks!!!

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