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Tommy   Pocatello, ID

1/5/2011 8:36:45 AM

good to know

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Eleanor   sheffield, YT

1/5/2011 5:23:08 AM

English cocker spaniels don't shed
either,
the show type are best dogs
ever.
my dog freddy sits on my lap upside down then falls asleep. I would recommend this dog to anyone with children

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Gloria   Johnstown, PA

1/3/2011 8:40:39 AM

Old English Sheepdog's do not shed. Our first, Maggie, was 16 when we put her to sleep. Our second, Lacey, was 13 1/2. Now we have Lily, who is six months old. None of them shed; however, you have to brush them almost daily and give them a good cut about 3 times a year. They are wonderful dogs, very gentle and playful.

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Mari   Villa park, IL

1/3/2011 6:10:46 AM

Oops, you forgot Lhasa Apsos! They don't shed either--although they need grooming.

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Marlane   Tripoli, WI

1/1/2011 4:34:31 PM

Italian Greyhounds are one of the best house
dogs!
They are small, and have a smooth coat that doesn't need grooming or bathing. You can wipe them off with a damp washcloth! No doggy odor, and very friendly, intelligent, loving, inquisitive dogs with a satin-like coat. The ideal dog!!

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Winnie   Albuquerque, NM

1/1/2011 3:07:59 PM

Bouviers de Flandres are a large breed that don't shed. However, they must be groomed regularly by a groomer who knows Bouvs, or they wind up looking like a Giant Schnauzer.

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Evelyn   Live Oak, FL

1/1/2011 8:55:14 AM

We have two Brussels, one Poodlething and two schnauzers in our house none of which shed- then we crate the others because they do - in order of how much- the highest shedders are the two Australian cattledogs followed by the Catahoula and Doberman with minimal shedding. Other breeds I have loved having but who have been hugh shedders are German Shepherds, Welsh Corgis and Collies.

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Terrance   Sinking Spring, PA

1/1/2011 6:36:23 AM

You missed Italian Greyhounds! They don't shed, and have no body odor, and are tha most affectionate dogs I've ever had in 70 years of dogs!!!

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Lyn   Healesville, YT

12/31/2010 6:32:30 PM

I have a bichon x mini shnauzer and she does not shed

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Linda   Bloomsburg, PA

12/31/2010 2:18:36 PM

Lhasa Apso is my non-shedding breed of choice. And you didn't list the Shih-tzu either. ???

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Judith   Bethlehem, PA

12/31/2010 1:49:49 PM

what about my favorite, the Shih Tzu? They are beautiful and well behaved little dogs too!!!!!

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Marg   Orangeville, ON

12/31/2010 1:18:22 PM

Samoyeds shed only once or twice a year. The rest of the time, a flick of the brush every few days removes any loose hair. We have brugundy coloured carpets and cupholstery - no problems. And you can spin the wool into beautiful yarn!

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Jo Ann   Campbellsport, WI

12/31/2010 12:15:16 PM

Good Advice. It should be mentioned that shedding in and of itself makes for a high maintenance dog. Some hairs are almost impossible to get out of upholstery/rugs. Very time consuming. A good/well trained dog makes it all worthwhile....in our house anyway. Our Shih-Tzu/Poodle cross does not shed. Jo Ann

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Sharon   Decatur, IL

12/31/2010 9:50:19 AM

I have An Australian Labradoodle and it is so nice that she doesn't shed! But, there is the grooming and clipping of the fur and the cost of that every month.As you say they are high maintenance. But she is worth every penny! I wanted her for the fact that she didn't shed hair all over the place like the other breeds do.I feel that your article is very helpful to those looking for a non-shedding breed.

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Lee   SunValley, CA

12/31/2010 9:40:52 AM

Please excuse the typos As you can see I am very annoyed


Lee

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Lee   Sun Valley, CA

12/31/2010 9:37:12 AM

To add injury to insult you also have a like to the Yorkshire Terrier breeder off of that article

What is the point of advertising with you if I am to be discriminated against and the overbred sickly Yorkshire be given prefferential treatment


Lee
McTaggart

Delayre Kennel

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Lee McTaggart   delayre@earthlinknet, CA

12/31/2010 9:31:06 AM

I think when you set set yiyr self as experts and do an article on non shedding breeds you should include ALL the breeds not a few I breed Silky Terriers and advertise with your company the were excluded My main comoetition the Yorkshire was The have major genetic proplem yet your articl will encourage purchasing them over the Silky Terrier

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Pat   Davenport, IA

12/31/2010 8:06:15 AM

People are right. I fostered a little Shih Tzu for 6 weeks and she was very very low shedding also and very sweet.

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Pat   Davenport, IA

12/31/2010 7:53:51 AM

I have a poochon, a bichon-poodle mix. The only hair that comes out of him is when I brush his ears and tail. We have had Keeshounds in the past so you know I know about shedding. Since I'm older now and it is harder for me to get down and clean and I still want the companionship of a wonderful 4 legged friend, this breed has definitely worked for me. Be prepared for a grooming session at least every 6 to 8 weeks to keep the dog looking good and comfortable. Well worth it though.

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deanie   Greenwood Village, CO

12/31/2010 7:30:03 AM

You Did not list the Shit Tzu This is great dog that does not shed.

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