7 Dog Breeds That Shed The Most Hair

Intelligent and loyal German Shepherds shed heavily year-round and blow their coat 1-2 times per year. Daily brushing is a must.

German Shepherd  

Active Siberian Huskies blow their coats once or twice annually. Their thick double-coat requires daily brushing to control loose fur. 

Siberian Husky

Majestic Great Pyrenees have a long, thick, double coat that sheds heavily in the spring and fall. Frequent brushing helps manage loose fur.

Great Pyrenees

Bold and devoted Akitas have a dense double-coat that sheds profusely twice a year. Regular grooming is essential during shedding seasons.


Alaskan Malamutes have a thick double-coat built for harsh weather. Their shedding can be intense as they blow their coat twice a year.  

Alaskan Malamute

Shaggy Old English Sheepdogs require extensive grooming to manage their heavy shedding. Their fur can easily overwhelm households.

English Sheepdog 

Regal Chow Chows have a dense coat that sheds heavily. Their mane-like ruff requires extra attention to prevent matting. 

Chow Chow

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