8 Dog Breeds That Don't Shed As Much

Poodle: Known for their iconic hairstyles and intelligence, poodles come in three sizes: Toy, Miniature, and Standard. While they don't shed, their curly coats require regular professional

Bichon Frisé: With a poofy coat resembling a fluffy cotton ball, the Bichon requires regular combing to prevent matting. Professional grooming every month or two helps maintain their signature look

Bedlington Terrier: Resembling a pet lamb with its plush curly coat, the Bedlington terrier requires diligent combing to prevent mats. Their gentle demeanor contrasts with their ferocious ratter instincts.

Portuguese Water Dog: Often mistaken for a Poodle, the Porty boasts a more robust build and was bred for fishing tasks. Their curly or wavy coats need grooming, and their love for swimming and retrieving calls

Spanish Water Dog: A versatile breed, the Spanish water dog sports a non-shedding coat that curls and forms cords. With a great personality and various skills, they're an undiscovered gem in the dog world.

Lagotto Romagnolo: Originating from Italy, this ancient breed is renowned for truffle hunting. Covered in wooly curls, they still enjoy swimming and fetching, capturing hearts with their teddy bear appearance.

Coton de Tulear: With a cotton-like fluffy coat that doesn't shed, the Coton is affectionate and fun-loving. Regular grooming is essential to prevent mats and maintain their cloud-like appearance.

Yorkshire Terrier: Featuring long, silky hair, Yorkies are both loving and mischievous. Their coats can be clipped for a practical pixie look, while their terrier nature adds feistiness and fun to their personality.