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My Keeshund sheds a lot also, in the spring and in the fall. She is one of the sweetest Dogs I have ever owned. I brush her every day to keep her well groomed.she’s a beautiful lady. Her Name is Sheena.
I have a Germuskey, and yes, sometimes when I dust mop, I feel like offering the ball of fur a puppy treat. That’s how much he sheds. I am almost deaf so he stays inside with me. I can read the way his ears and body react before he even barks such a wonderful friend. Fur balls and all.
Labrador retrievers also have a double coat. We have had four Labs, but they did not all shed an extra lot. One, however, did shed more than all of our dogs, even our Golden retriever. Every week our Lab would have a huge pile of hair behind his crate. When he was shedding in full force, his hair came out in huge clumps. Thankfully, he did not like to sit on furniture or get on the bed.
I’m not sure who does these studies but for me this one is totally off. Having been around many different breeds I’ve found that usually with dogs and even cats, the longer the coat the less they shed compared to short haired breeds. With a longer coat they do need to be brushed at least a few times a week really well so the fur doesn’t get matted. What comes off a long coated dog usually can’t compare to the amount of hair coming off of most short haired breeds. The difference is the hair is longer making it appear to be alot more than what it is.
Pugs! Small dogs but she’d like crazy.
Shed . Like crazy
Guess you never met a Anatolian Shepherd?
My Great Pyrenees shed 24/7 365. When I brush him there’s so much fur on the ground I can make another dog!
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