Dogs of a Larger Size That Do Not 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.

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. 

Giant Schnauzer

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

The enormous Schnauzer was used in Germany as a herding dog to transport livestock to the market, as well as a security dog and all-around farm dog. 


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.


Off the racetrack, greyhounds are known for their friendliness, gentleness, and dignified demeanor. They are the world's fastest dogs. 

Their fur can come in an extremely wide variety of hues and color combinations, depending on the individual animal.

Irish Water Spaniel

The Irish water spaniel is native to Ireland, where it has a long history of service as a multipurpose hunting dog.

This breed is able to point, flush, and recover downed birds, such as ducks, geese, pheasant, and quail. 

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