The Worst Shedding Dog Breeds Ever

From the Siberian Husky's thick hair to the Doberman Pinscher's sleek, minimum shedding, this article covers grooming and shedding.

Despite their attractiveness, many popular long-haired dog breeds necessitate 

Siberian Husky Shedding extensively in spring and fall, Siberian Huskies are known for their thick double coat. 

This breed sheds heavily, with clumps of undercoat requiring regular brushing. 

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Husky coats maintain their body temperature in cold and warm climates, making them vital to their health despite shedding. 

The Alaskan Malamute The Alaskan Malamute sheds its dense, waterproof coat year-round, peaking during the seasons.

A German Shepherd German Shepherds shed constantly, with a heavier shed twice a year during seasonal changes. 

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