10 Dog Breeds That Shed the Most: Vet Guide to Shedding Dogs

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Akita's thick fur keeps them warm, but it means they shed year-round, heavily in spring and fall.

Akita

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Chow Chows boast a majestic mane but shed heavily during spring and fall shedding seasons.

Chow Chow

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These farm dogs with striking tricolor coats shed heavily during seasonal transitions.

Bernese Mountain Dog

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Siberian Huskies, with their varied fur markings, shed year-round but have intense blowout periods during seasonal changes.

Siberian Husky

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Known for lush double coats, German Shepherds shed regularly, requiring consistent grooming.

German Shepherd

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Labradors, famed water dogs, shed heavily in spring, preparing for summer, and in fall for winter.

Labrador Retriever

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These Alps survivors shed as much as they slobber, but their cuddles make it worth it.

Saint Bernard

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Golden Retrievers' dense coats shed more in summer, requiring regular grooming.

Golden Retriever

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Malamutes, bred for the Arctic, shed heavily, so be prepared for warmth and fur-nadoes.

Alaskan Malamute

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With weather-resistant coats, Great Pyrenees shed moderately to heavily year-round.

Great Pyrenees

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Embrace the journey with your German Shepherd, a faithful friend through every twist and turn of life.

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