Poodle: Poodles have hair, not fur, which significantly reduces shedding. They also come in different sizes, making them suitable for various living situations.
Bichon Frise: These small, playful dogs have a curly coat that sheds minimally. Regular grooming is required to prevent matting.
Shih Tzu: Shih Tzus have a long, flowing coat that doesn't shed much, but it requires regular grooming to prevent tangles and mats.
Maltese: Known for their long, silky white hair, Maltese dogs shed very little, making them a popular choice for those with allergies.
Yorkshire Terrier: Their long, silky coat sheds minimally, but regular grooming is essential to keep their hair in good condition.
Portuguese Water Dog: This intelligent and energetic breed has a curly coat that sheds minimally. They are known for being excellent swimmers and have a strong affinity for water.
Havanese: With a soft, silky coat, the Havanese breed is known for minimal shedding. Regular brushing is necessary to prevent matting.
Coton de Tulear: This small, affectionate breed has a soft, cotton-like coat that doesn't shed much. Regular grooming is necessary to keep their coat in good condition.
Chinese Crested: Although they come in two varieties (hairless and powderpuff), both shed very little. The hairless variety needs protection from the sun and cold.
Lagotto Romagnolo: Originally a water retriever, this breed has a curly, woolly coat that sheds minimally. They are known for their intelligence and trainability.