Big Dog Breeds That Don’t Shed

Airedale Terrier

The Airedale terrier is the largest of all the several types of terriers, which is why it is often referred to as the "King of Terriers."

The Airedale was developed in England's Aire Valley, where it was prized for its ability to hunt ducks and eliminate rats. Today, the Airedale is a popular breed.

Afghan Hound

The Afghan hound is a very old breed of dog that is believed to have originated in the mountainous region that is now a part of Afghanistan.

The long, dense, and silky flowing coat sheds relatively little, but it does require a great deal of upkeep.


The Barbet is a French retriever breed that dates back hundreds of years and is medium to large in size.

The barbet is a bright, outgoing, and energetic breed of dog that gets along well with both children and other canine companions.


The largest of the three kinds of schnauzers that are linked to one another is called the enormous schnauzer. 

It was developed from the standard schnauzer, which was the first type of schnauzer.


The largest of these designer dogs is called a standard goldendoodle, and it is the product of breeding a golden retriever with a standard poodle. 

These canines are social, outgoing, self-assured, and have a good attitude; they would make wonderful additions to any family.


The greyhound, which holds the record for being the fastest canine on the planet, is a breed that, when away from the racetrack, is known for being kind, gentle, and dignified.

They show affection to their families and take pleasure in quality time spent unwinding with the people they value the most. 

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