The Following 6 Large Dog Breeds Don't Shed
The curly, straight, or slightly wavy coat is short and wiry. The coat sheds very little, but three to four times a year it needs to be hand-stripped or professionally clipped.
To protect the coat from tangling, brush it once a week with a soft slicker brush.
The low-shedding, long, thick, and silky coat requires a lot of care, including frequent bathing with shampoo and conditioner and extensive brushing (up to several hours per week).
The barbet is a medium-sized dog that sheds very little and has a long, curly coat that needs daily cleaning to avoid mats and tangles.
The barbet is a sociable, happy, extroverted, and active dog that gets along well with kids and other dogs.
If properly cared for with lots of brushing and combing, the long, coarse, slightly wavy coat is dirt and water-resistant and sheds very little.
Bathe the Briard each month, and have an expert barber clip the coat on a monthly basis.