The fluffiest dog breeds require time and effort to maintain their enticing coats. Double-coated dogs require more grooming
Great Pyrenees are gentle giants with thick, white double coats. Two coats—a short, soft undercoat and a longer, rougher outer coat—make up a double coat.
Golden Retrievers are named for their thick, golden double coats. Regular brushing is needed because goldies shed severely twice a year
The Chow Chow proves that not all dogs with long, fluffy coats are demanding maintenance—thankfully!
The American Kennel Club says that a slicker brush is the best way to get rid of as much dead hair as possible.
There's a good reason why Golden Retrievers are such a popular breed: in general, these dogs are extraordinarily well-mannered.
This breed sheds all year long, but if you brush at least once a week, you can keep up with it.
Even though the Great Pyrenees hair is full of fur, it is not hard to take care of because it doesn't get dirty or tangle
The American Kennel Club says that giving your dog a good brushing at least once a week will help cut down on shedding.