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Terrier Breeds That Don't Shed are Perfect for a Neat Freak Owner

Terriers That Don't Shed
If you are planning on getting a terrier as a pet, but want one that does not shed, then this page is exactly what you should go through. Here are some of the best breeds of terriers that don't shed. Take your pick.
Tulika Nair
Last Updated: May 5, 2018
Terriers are small, cute, active, and intelligent dogs, most having being developed from the same bunch of ancestors in 19th century Europe.
When, for whatever reason, you talk about wanting to get a dog that does not shed, you should know that there is no such dog in the world that does not shed at all. The actual truth is, dogs that don't shed a lot of hair all over the house tend to shed inwardly, and therefore, need a biannual stripping of coat.
One breed of dog that is touted as a non-shedder is the terrier. While it is believed that terriers, in general, do not shed, the fact of the matter is that, if you have a mixed terrier, then you may find dog hair on your clothes, couch, and around the dwelling. Nevertheless, these dogs still remain the best option for those people who suffer from an allergy of some kind or the other, but still want a doggy as a pet.
Here are ten terrier breeds that shed next to nothing.
Australian Terrier
Australian Terrier dog
Origin: Australia
Life Span: 12 - 15 years
Traits: Alert, Loyal, Brave, Enthusiastic

As the name suggests, this breed of dog is native to Australia. It has a medium length double coat which is rough to touch. The coat is generally not trimmed and is short near the muzzle area, the lower legs, the feet and around the neck. This leads to almost negligible shedding of a coat that is in shades of blue or red.
Border Terrier
Border Terrier
 Origin: United Kingdom
Life Span: 12 - 15 years
Traits: Alert, Obedient, Brave, Intelligent, Affectionate
When you are trying to decide on which one of the terrier puppies you should take home, opt for the Border terrier, which has a rough coat of hair. Actually, this breed has a double coat of hair; one which is soft and dense, and generally on the inner surface, and the other that is harsh, wiry, and generally resistant to dirt. The outer coat generally has no curls or waves, and is completely straight. Every six months or so the coat needs to be hand stripped, so as to remove any dead hair.
Boston Terrier
Boston Terrier
Origin: United States
Life Span: 11 - 15 years
Traits: Friendly, Intelligent, Energetic

Originally bred in the US, the Boston terrier is another good option. Boston terriers are primarily black or seal in color, with a smooth coat that is flecked with white patches. They have a shiny and glossy coat that is extremely easy to maintain. Due to a coat that is made up of fine and short hair, they don't shed much.
Cairn Terrier
Cairn Terrier
Origin: Scotland
Life Span: 12 - 15 years
Traits: Brave, Happy, Active, Intelligent
One of the oldest terrier breeds, the Cairn terrier is one of the few breeds of dogs that tend to change color through their lifetime. They become more black or silver in color as they grow older. Like all other terriers, the Cairn terrier has a harsh coat that could be cream, wheaten, red, sandy, or gray. The coat, like all other terriers, is a double coat with a smooth undercoat and a harsh outer coat, therefore, making it one of the best breeds of terriers that hardly sheds.
Norfolk Terrier
Norfolk Terrier
Origin: United Kingdom
Life Span: 8 - 17 years
Traits: Confident, Brave, Happy, Enthusiastic
Of all the working dog varieties of terriers, the Norfolk terrier is a breed that was recognized as an independent breed only in 1960. Before that, this breed was considered to be a variety of Norwich terriers. A double coated dog like the other terriers, the Norfolk terrier has a coat that is wire haired and in shades as differing as red, black, tan, and wheaten. The coat needs to be hand stripped biannually.
Scottish Terrier (Scottie)
Scottish Terrier
Origin: Scotland
Life Span: 11 - 13 years
Traits: Alert, Fast, Playful, Independent
The Scottish terrier is one of the five terrier breeds that originated in the Highlands. The Scottie, as this breed of terrier is popularly called, has a double layered coat with an outer coat that is rough, wiry, and largely resistant to dirt and weather, and an undercoat that is soft and dense. The coat is trimmed well by most owners, except for the areas around the beard, eyebrows, lower body, and legs, giving it an extremely shaggy appearance.
Silky Terrier
Silky Terrier
Origin: Australia
Life Span: 12 - 15 years
Traits: Inquisitive, Attentive, Quick, Friendly, Happy

Originally from Australia, the silky terrier is one of your best bets. Silky terriers have a long silky blue or tan coat which differentiates them from other terriers. This coat is often described as fine and extremely glossy, which adds to their appearance. The coat is generally allowed to hang straight down and parted at the back.
Welsh Terrier
Welsh Terrier
Origin: Wales
Life Span: 12 - 13 years
Traits: Alert, Friendly, Intelligent, Enthusiastic
There are claims that this breed of dog, which in native to Wales, is the oldest existing dog breed in the UK. It is one of the best options for a person looking for a terrier that does not shed. Their coat is made of two layers, an undercoat that protects them from the winter, and a fur coat that protects them against the dirt and rain. When puppies, their coat tends to be completely black, and then turns to a combination of tan and black.
West Highland Terrier (Westie)
West Highland Terrier
Origin: Scotland
Life Span: 12 - 16 years
Traits: Alert, Friendly, Brave, Enthusiastic, Independent

Another breed that is native to the Highlands, the Westies or West Highland White Terriers are recognizable by their distinctive coat color, which is white. Their coat is generally 2 inches long and needs proper grooming. While most of these dogs have a double coat of a soft undercoat and rough outer coat, there are some that do not have the outer coat, but just the silky, smooth coat on the inside.
Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie)
Yorkshire Terrier
Origin: England
Life Span: 17 - 20 years
Traits: Brave, Confident, Intelligent, Independent

The Yorkshire terrier is a small dog breed that is perfect for any home owner. Native to Yorkshire in England, this breed of dog is distinguished by its blue and tan coat, which has hair that is fine, glossy, silky, and grown out, so that it can be parted at the back.
Other than these terriers, there are some other puppies that do not shed, which include the Airedale terrier, Bedlington terrier, Kerry Blue terrier, Soft Coated Wheaten terrier, Tibetan terrier, and the Wire-haired Fox terrier. So, if you are on the lookout for dogs that do not mess up your home with their hair, then it would be a good option for you to opt for a dog from this list.
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