10 Worst Shedding Dog Breeds
Known for their beautiful golden coats, they shed heavily, especially during seasonal changes.
These large dogs have a thick double coat that sheds year-round, with more substantial shedding during spring and fall.
Their dense double coat helps them handle cold temperatures, but it also means they shed a lot.
Similar to the Husky, Malamutes have a thick double coat that sheds consistently.
With a thick, lion-like mane, Chows shed heavily, particularly during seasonal changes.
Labs shed consistently, and their short, dense coat requires regular grooming.
Known for their large size and dense, rough coat, shedding is a common occurrence.
Despite their small size, Pomeranians have a thick double coat that sheds regularly.
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