Some examples of non-shedding dog breeds include the Portuguese water dog, Irish water spaniel, miniature Schnauzer and soft-coated Wheaten terrier. Non-shedding dogs, aside from not shedding hair, don't produce as much ... More »

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All dogs shed. However, there are particular breeds of dogs that are less apt to shed and are referred to as low-shedding dog breeds. Some varieties of terriers and poodles are among the breeds. 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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According to The 10 Most Known, the Chinese crested, puli, Xoloitzcuintli, Bergamasco and Portuguese water dogs are the dog breeds that have ugly puppies. The appearance of the puppies from these different breeds varies ... More »

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The American Kennel Club lists 30 different registered terrier breeds. Some of the most familiar are the Scottish terrier, Norwich terrier and miniature Schnauzer. Terriers range in size from the incredibly small Cairn o... More »

According to the American Kennel Club, there are 30 recognized breeds of terrier dogs. Terriers, often described as the little rascals of the dog world, are distinguished from other breeds with their hard, wiry coats, te... More »

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The American Kennel Club recognizes 30 breeds of terrier. They include the Skye terrier, the Staffordshire and American Staffordshire bull terriers, the Sealyham and the Airedale. These spirited and tenacious dogs were b... More »

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