Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a dog that doesn't shed; however, while all dogs shed to some degree, there are several breeds that shed less than others. Breeds shedding very little hair include the shih tzu, m... More »

Dogs naturally shed their hair, and the amount they shed has to do with their overall health, breed and the time of year. If a dog is shedding excessively, it may be a sign of poor nutrition, stress or a medical conditio... More »

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The All Small Dog Breeds website explains that there are several small dogs that do not shed, including the Yorkshire Terrier, Poodle, Shih Tzu, Miniature Schnauzer, Maltese, Havanese, West Highland White Terrier, Bichon... More »

DogChannel.com says there is no such thing as a non-shedding dog; all dogs shed to some degree. Some breeds shed far less than others. Common large breeds that shed very little include the standard poodle, the giant schn... More »

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Breeds that make good hunting dogs include those in the "sporting" group of the American Kennel Club, such as numerous breeds of Spaniels, Retrievers and Pointers. The Golden Retriever is a popular family dog that is a g... More »

Although all dogs shed, many breeds such as the Dachshund, Havanese, Maltese, miniature poodle, Shih tzu produce very little loose fur and dander. Larger breeds include the soft-coated Wheaten terrier, the standard poodl... More »

According to a Forbes article that rates dog breeds as potential insurance risks for homeowners, the 10 most aggressive breeds of dogs are Pit Bulls, Staffordshire Terriers, Doberman Pinschers, Rottweilers, German Shephe... More »