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Looking for a Dog Which Doesn't Shed Much? Check-out These 8 Breeds!

Let’s talk about one of the biggest concerns of any pet parent – their dog shedding! Especially during Summers & Monsoon, which are the seasons for shedding, it becomes quite problematic to control it. It's an even bigger problem for people who are sensitive & allergic to dander and dog hair.

So, if you’re a dog lover, instead of finding a low maintenance boyfriend or girlfriend, let’s find a low-maintenance breed that is going to shed less as per Indian weather and wouldn’t burn a hole in your pocket for their grooming!

1. Dobermann:

They’re short haired dogs that shed very little! They’re known for their minimal low maintenance coats. However, one should keep them if they hail from a moderate climate.

2. Dachshund:

Dachshunds are meant for Indian climate; especially the short haired dachshunds shed the least and require minimal brushing.

3. Indie:

Indian Pariah dogs & other indie breeds are obviously the most adaptable to Indian climates, especially if they stay in the region they belong too. They have no undercoat & a very short coat which makes them a breed that sheds almost little to none.

4. Boxer:

Boxers require little to no maintenance when it comes to grooming. You can even get away with brushing them just 1-2 times a week as their shedding is minimal.

5. Pug:

Pugs, again a short haired breed, sheds less compared to other breeds. They require moderate grooming and then they’re good to go!

6. Dalmatian:

Dalmatians have a thin coat which requires very little grooming. Whatever little there is can be kept under control with proper nutrition and skin care.

7. Labrador:

Again, having a short coat, they don’t require much grooming. Weekly brushing & regular grooming can help them be clean and well-groomed!

8. Beagle:


Beagles shed a little bit, but it is not very noticeable. Since their coats tend to get thicker during winter, the only time they will shed a little would be during spring time. However, all of that can be avoided with basic grooming & regular brushing

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