Long-Haired Dogs With Beautiful Locks

The long, silky coat of the Afghan hound is a distinguishing feature of the breed. 

Afghan Hound

This breed is among the oldest in existence, dating back thousands of years.

Bearded Collie

Historically, the bearded collie was highly prized in Scotland for its ability to herd sheep and cattle. 

They have two distinct types of fur: an upper layer that is erect, rough, and hairy, and an inner coat that is soft, fuzzy, and lies close to the body.

The Briard is a lovely sight to behold, what with its long, flowing coat and strong, muscular frame.


The Briard has to have its undercoat raked out and brushed out at least three times a week. 

The amiable coton de Tulear has a long, abundant, supple, dense coat with a white, cotton-like texture, and is hence known as the royal dog of Madagascar. 

Coton de Tulear

The coton is a loving pet that suffers from separation anxiety if left alone for long periods of time.

The Havanese is the only dog breed that originated in Cuba and was given its name after the country's capital city, Havana. 


Havanese is a common household companion. It requires daily brushing to avoid mats and tangles when the profuse, wavy coat is kept long. 

The Lhasa apso is an old dog breed that originated in Tibet's Himalayas.

Lhasa Apso

The Dalai Lama and other Tibetan dignitaries have treasured the Lhasa Apso breed for generations because of its connection to the holy city of Lhasa.

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