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23 Medium Breed Dogs That Do Not Shed

Wouldn’t it be best to have a dog that does not have you running around collecting its hair from your furniture?

Could you spend more time bonding with your dog instead of cleaning up after it sheds hair on your bed?

Medium Breed Dogs That Do Not Shed

How many places can you take a dog that does not shed?

Thinking through these questions gave me an idea.

 

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As a busy mother and wife, I have no time for dog shedding; this is extra work.

I love dogs so I will always be willing to groom them but do not wish to have their hair all over my clothing when I leave the house.

 

 

Irish Terrier
From: CanineBreeds.net

1. The Irish Terrier: Your Adventurous Pal

This breed of dog grows up to 18 inches tall and weighs roughly 25 to 27 pounds.

Its outer coat is wiry and thick and its undercoat is soft and fine.

 

This breed can be quite adventurous if you like exploring in the woods.

 

Lakeland Terrier
From: Blog.LakieLove.com

2. The Lakeland Terrier: Your Double-coated Friend

This breed of dog is 13.5 to 14.6 inches tall and weighs roughly 17 pounds.

Its inner coat is soft and close to the skin but like other terriers, the outer coat is hard and wiry.

 

Lowchen
From: AnimalPlanet.com

3. Lowchen: Your Long Haired Lounger

This breed of dog is 12 to 14 inches tall and weighs 6 to 18 pounds.

This medium-sized dog has a soft silky coat which requires professional grooming every 4 to 6 weeks.

 

Keep a brush handy to brush him down daily.

 

Kerry Blue Terrier
From: K9rl.com

4. The Kerry Blue Terrier: Your Irish Friend

This breed of dog is normally 17.5 to 19.5 inches tall and weighs 30 to 40 pounds.

This hypoallergenic dog has a soft, thick, wavy coat which needs a lot of grooming.

 

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Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen
From: PetGuide.com

5. Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen: Your Shaggy Coated Buddy

This breed of dog has a dense body and they can weigh from (33 to 44 pounds).

They have a shaggy coat but do not shed.

 

Their topcoat is rough which is complemented by a (dense undercoat).

 

6. Portuguese Water Dog: Your Obedient Swimmer

Now I would love to own a (Portuguese water dog) as they are obedient and very loyal.

I would have no amount of stress training this breed of dog.

 

Who would not love a dog that would be forever (loyal)?


I live by the sea and this (web-footed) dog would be a welcome swimming companion.

 

Puli
From: SelectAdogBreed.com

7. The Puli: Let’s Play Hide And Seek In My Coat

This breed of dog originated in Asia.
It grows (16 to 17 inches tall and weighs 25 to 35 pounds).

 

Their coat is unusual.

As it grows on the dog it needs to have the (hair separated and twisted into individual braids). Its coat can grow very long.

 

 

Standard Schnauzer
From: 101DogBreeds.com

8. The Standard Schnauzer: Your Walrus Faced Buddy

This breed of dog has (a wiry overcoat) that does not shed.

Its face resembles a (walrus).

 

It is a good companion dog though it was once used for (herding) large quantities of livestock.

 

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9. The Wheaten Terrier: Your Shiny, Silky Coated Partner

This breed of dog has a soft silky coat that will not shed.

It grows to 17 to 19 inches tall and weighs 30 to 40 pounds.

 

This dog should be brushed daily.

 

Tibetan Terrier
From: DogIdeas.net

10. The Tibetan Terrier: Your Multi- Colored Friend

This breed of dog grows 15 to 18 inches tall and weighs 18 to 30 pounds.

It has a multicolored outer coat which grows quite long and a thick inner coat.

 

From: Vetstreet.com

11. The Whippet: Your Runner

This breed of dog is 18 to 20 inches in height and about 30 to 40 pounds.

I would love to take this dog running in the evenings after a long day of doing

 

Labradoodle
From: WideOpenPets.com

12. Labradoodle: Your Cross-breed Family Friend

I have seen the (Labradoodle), I fell in love.

Such a cuddly fellow for my kid to play with while waiting for supper to be finished.

 

It is a cross between the (Labrador Retriever and the Standard) breeds.

Hmmm, I wonder who thought of crossing these breeds.

 

Of course, it needs to be clipped every 8 to 12 weeks.

 

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Lagotto Romagnolo
From: Brit-PetFood.com

13. Lagotto Romagnolo: Keep A Clipper Handy For My Coat

This breed of dog is one which does not shed hair but you should (keep it very short to minimize excessive grooming).

The reason for this is that this dog has a very (dense coat).

 

14. Manchester Terrier: The Gentleman’s Terrier

This breed of dog grows (16 inches tall and weighs roughly 12 to 22 pounds).

They resemble guard dogs that take care of large compounds.

 

However, these dogs are just good runners.

They are a cross between rat terriers and hounds and can run like the wind.

 

Their coats are sleek and black and require little attention.

 

Peruvian Inca Orchid
From: FidoSavvy.com

15. Peruvian Inca Orchid: An Agile Low Maintenance Companion

This breed of dog grows (15.75 to 19.75 inches) tall and weighs roughly (17.5 to 26.5 pounds).

This almost (hairless) will not be an issue when it comes to shedding.

 

This lively dog is a (hunter) with great (agility). This dog is originally from Peru.

 

Spanish Water Dog
From: DogBreedAtlas.com

16. Spanish Water Dog: Your Working Pal

This breed of dog stands (16 to 20 inches tall) and can weigh anywhere from (30 to 50 pounds).

There can be trouble if you allow its hair to grow too long.

 

Then you will need to separate it like the Puli’s hair.

It is best to (keep this dog’s hair short and manageable).

 

It can (herd in water and on land).

This dog enjoys working.

 

Xoloitzcuintli - Mexican Hairless Dog
From: NextDayPets.com

17. Mexican Hairless Dog / Xoloitzcuintli: Your Hairless Friend

This is a rare breed of dog that does not show any hair so it resembles a toy.

It grows (*15 to 20 inches tall) and can weigh (15 to 30 pounds).

 

You need to apply sunscreen to this dog in the summer and it needs a sweater in the winter.

 

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From: Petcentral.Chewy.com

18. The Welsh Terrier: Your protector against pests

This breed of dog grows 15 inches in height and weighs approximately 20 pounds.

It is a tan and black dog that has come a long way in history.

 

The hair on the Welsh terrier is short and manageable.

This dog can fight off badgers, otters, and other dangerous creatures.

 

19. Affenpinscher: Your Feisty Guard

This is a breed of dog that (bites if provoked).

It is a serious guard dog and (protects from rats and mice).

 

This dog is not good for a household of children because it is stubborn and feisty.

This wiry hair dog grows a (beard) and will not shed.

 

Barbet
From: JustUsDogs.com.au

20. Barbet: Your Fetcher From The Water

 This is a breed of dog that has a (thick waterproof coat).

It has been known to retrieve items from the water for royalty.

 

This coat allows it to enter extremely cold water to retrieve toys.

The Barbet (stands 22.5 to 25 inches tall) and weighs (37 to 62 pounds).

 

Cirneco dell’ Etna
From: Pets4Homes.co.uk

21. Cirneco dell’ Etna: Your Sicilian Buddy

This is a breed of dog that stands (16.5 to 19.5 inches) in height and weighs (18 to 27 pounds).

This (Sicilian jumper) has a lean body and a very short coat which will not shed.

 

It gets attached to humans rather easily and is a good family (watchdog).

It is also a good companion to other dogs.

 

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Entlebucher Mountain Dog
From: PetFul.com

22. Entlebucher Mountain Dog: Your Trusty Herder

This is a breed is useful in herding. It stands (17 to 21 inches) and weighs (45 to 65 pounds).

Even though it is a herder, this dog loves spending time with its owners around the compound.

 

The thick, dense coat on this dog is white, black and rusty colored.

The combination of colors is quite attractive.

 

Brushing its coat brings out its beauty.

 

23. Hamiltonstovare: Your Hunter

This is a (hunting) dog with a short coat of hair.

It also has three colors; namely black, white and tan.

 

This dog stands (18 to 22.5 inches tall) and weighs (51 to 59 pounds).

This hound is good for hunting and can also be a dependable family dog.

 

Conclusion

I would love to have a Barbet as it has a thick waterproof coat and it loves to fetch items from the water.

Which dog would be your perfect choice?

 

Think seriously first then make the best choice.

This is the reason for my list as it is an aid to your choice.

 

I would like to know your choice which you can share in the comments section of this article.

Feel free to share this article with your friends who have a common interest.

 

Do you have any names of other dogs to add to this list?

You can share them with me.

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