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Wilma   Glasgow, International

12/3/2015 10:19:10 AM

My 14 yr old Dalmatian is a nightmare for casting constantly and every surface and crevasse is like
No matter how clean or house proud you want to be the Dalmatian is a horror story with the hair being like barbs on a fish hook and very difficult to remove,,,our car is a nightmare to clean even though it's full black leather these little hairs get stuck on and in and around every bit of any surface,,,I love the dog but my dyson animal vacuum can't keep up,,,

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Beth   Ohio, Ohio

11/11/2015 3:11:54 AM

My beagle basset mix sheds an insane amount all year around! And it gets stuck between the fibers of fabric so badly. My boyfriend is ready to move out because the shedding is so bad!!

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Christine   Storrs Mansfield, Connecticut

9/11/2015 6:56:12 PM

I had a male Akita, whom recently passed at age 14. He was the best dog I've ever had, and miss him dearly, shredding and all. I agree with Grass, he shed ALL the time 24/7/365. Not light shredding either, clumps of hair, I could brush him all day long and get a brush off hair every time. Very frustrating at times, however, he was my best friend, Akita's are at the top of my list, hair and all.

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Cindy - 50873   Fallon, NV

6/22/2015 11:21:41 AM

Great information

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gwendell   rogers, Arkansas

6/1/2015 8:02:15 PM

my pit/mastiff sheds more than any other dog i've ever had! short haired...profusely sheds all the time onto and into everything! i feed him pedigree...brush him alot, etc...seems more i brush him, the more he sheds.. sigh


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Trasa   International

4/9/2015 5:44:57 AM

My a kit a cross sheds 365/24/7 but I love her any way. . . Who really needs carpets or hair free clothes????

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Juan Conway   Belleville, Illinois

3/25/2015 5:43:04 PM

I was curious about the American cocker spaniel, that breed wasn't mentioned for being known to shed a lot or a little bit??? Does anybody know which catorgory this breed would go in?

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Don   Ft Myers, Florida

3/3/2015 6:50:21 AM

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We have a 14 year old Welsh Corgi. Our hallway has white furballs that look like tumble weeds, daily. This, although combed frequently. The hair on his underside and chest comes off in large tufs, yet he has no bald spots. We've had several pets throughout the years and this Corgi is the most even tempered pet we've had in over 8 decades.

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sonja - 176298   Moundridge, KS

8/20/2014 1:20:27 PM

My white shepherd sheds like crazy once a year....for 365 days! But that is a small price to pay for the love and enjoyment I get from him!

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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

8/11/2014 4:24:13 AM

I always think that my dog even if it sheds give me much satisfaction and love more than a perfectly clean hair free home.


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Sue - 9210   Three Oaks, MI

6/12/2014 3:25:57 PM

Figures that 2 of the most popular, friendly breeds, Labs & Goldens, shed so much.

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Shalyn   Paxton, IL

6/9/2014 7:53:34 AM

Rottweilers & German Shepherds shed heavily. Even when you brush them regularly, daily even, the amount of fur in your home is unbelievable. We have ours indoors and vacuuming daily is a must!

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Tammy Kay   Blaine, MN

4/11/2014 2:50:18 PM

I have a siberian husky and the shedding is bad, especially during certain times of the year. However, we try to keep it under control by brushing her frequently. Besides, I wouldn't give my husky up for anything. ;)

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Karen   Alpharetta, Georgia

12/18/2013 7:28:34 PM

Baloney.I've had a Chihuahua and a Australian shepherd. Neither shed very much. Labs shed more than any dog I have ever seen

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Leslie - 233329   Lakeside, AZ

8/8/2013 7:55:33 PM

Interesting article. thanks

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Bonnie   Clinton Twp, Michigan

8/8/2013 6:00:56 PM

Chows ARE listed....look at it again

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Wil   Cagayan De Oro,

6/20/2013 7:36:29 AM

Your dog's size has nothing to do with how much he shed. Small breeds, like Pomeranians, shed a lot, just like many other terriers that shed minimally. You can't prevent natural shedding, but you can control the spread of hair around your home.

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Janet   Platteville, Wisconsin

6/7/2013 12:07:47 PM

Why are Chow Chows' not listed? They are a northern breed, with an under coat, and they do shed!!

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