6 Dogs With Beards

Airedale Terrier

The Airedale Terrier is frequently referred to as the "King of Terriers," a title that it rightfully deserves. 

This is due, in part, to the fact that they are the largest of all the kinds of terriers, making them the reason for this. 

Miniature Schnauzer

The Miniature Schnauzer is likely the breed that comes to mind first for many people when they think of canines that have facial hair in the form of beards. 

They typically have a salt and pepper coloring, and due to the abundance and unique appearance of their eyebrows and beards.

Brussels Griffon

The breed originated in Belgium, where they were initially bred as skilled ratters for the stables used by coachmen.

Your Brussels Griffon won't have a high-maintenance grooming routine, but their demands will differ depending on whether they have a smooth coat or a rough coat.

Scottish Terrier

It's possible that the shape of a Scottish Terrier is one of the most recognizable of any dog in the world.

When it comes to training a Scottie, you should be prepared to put in a lot of work. 

Bearded Collie

Bearded Collies can also have a streak of arrogance, which means that even if they are bright, you may need to have a bit more patience when it comes to training them. 

The Bearded Collie is the canine on this list that requires the most time and effort to maintain its pristine appearance with regular grooming. 

Lhasa Apso

The Lhasa Apso, much like the Bearded Collie, requires extensive brushing on a regular basis. 

This is a far more practical solution, but maintenance grooming will still be necessary on a regular basis.

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