Many of us have decided to welcome new four-legged friends into our homes over the past couple of years – according to Dog club numbers dog ownership soared nearly eight percent – and post-lockdown request for puppies remains high.
There’s even academic guidance to seek out, with psychologist Stanley Coren’s book “The Intelligence of Dogs” ranking breeds by instinct, obedience and adaptability.
One thing to consider before making a decision is that some breeds shed large amounts of fur causing potential problems for allergy sufferers and covering carpets and furniture with fur.
Meanwhile, other types of dogs barely shed, often referred to as hypoallergenic.
Here are the 10 dog breeds that shed the most and least hair.
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