Here Is A List Of Dog Breeds That Don't Smell

Here Is A List Of Dog Breeds That Don’t Smell

  • By Sara
  • July 9, 2020
  • 4 minutes read

Don’t get me wrong, all dogs are precious.

They are all equal to in our eyes. All of them deserve to be loved and cared for. We love them unconditionally regardless of what breed they are. Honestly, if I could, I would adopt every dog that came across me. They are just so adorable. However, some people just aren’t a dog person. Usually, when you live with your parents, you have to follow their rules. There is a curfew, a few regulations as to who you can invite into the house, and what kind of pets you are allowed to keep.

My mum loves dogs, but my dad doesn’t let me keep any because they’re “messy” and their fur can stink sometimes. If you have similar problems with people you’re sharing your apartment with, we have a solution for you. You can just adopt a dog who doesn’t “smell.” Here is a list to help you decide:

1. Havanese

The Havanese varies very little from the exceptionally small pooch trio of Yorkie-Maltese-Shi Tzu because the Havanese only has a two-layered coat. This implies they shed relatively less. As to the issue of the upsetting canine smell, the Havanese does not create it.

2. Kerry Blue Terrier

Apart from his incredibly appealing and fascinating looks, the Kerry Blue Terrier is a very in-demand dog because of his ideal size. It is neither too big nor too small. They shed practically nothing because of their thick, curly coat and they do not smell.

3. Bearded Collie

Even though it is a well-known fact that long-haired dogs shed a lot, this breed sheds very less. This dog also has a very good temperament and has no issues with odour. So if you want a big dog and have some restrictions regarding pets, you should go with this big guy.

4. Bichon Frise

The Bichon Frise and the poodle also don’t shed much because of the texture of their fur. As they barely have any dandruff either, their fur is free of any smell. So if you need an indoor dog, go for the Bichon Frise. But do keep in mind that they don’t fancy being left behind on their own.

5. Lagotto Romagnolo

The Lagotto Romagnolo is also a very good choice if you want an indoors, odour-free dog. The Lagotto Romagnolo’s demand is growing, because of its good temper, friendly character and super-charming crimpled hair that forestalls shedding.

6. Labradoodle

This amazing cross between a Labrador and a Poodle is actually a hypoallergenic breed. This means that people who are allergic to dog dandruff and fur can finally adopt one without getting sick. They shed almost little to no fur and don’t smell.

7. Dachshund

Dachshunds are among the most exuberant and bright pooch breeds. They are unimaginably playful and love running around and playing with toys. Since they don’t have a lot of hair, they don’t shed and don’t stink at all. However, they love digging up dirt, but that’s an entirely different problem.

8. Basenji

This intriguing, African breed is basically from Congo. This dog is an incredible hunter but apart from that, they’re known for their absence of a dog’s particular scent. This is why they are pros at hunting, but they are a good choice for a pet if you want one who’s fur doesn’t smell. They keep themselves very clean and hate getting dirty.

9. Whippet

Even though they may seem weak and fragile by their looks, they are actually the opposite. Whippets are excellent hunters and barely shed hair because of its short length. They aren’t very big either and carry no smell so they are an ideal pet.

10. Schnauzers

Schnauzers are found in three sizes which means they can be kept in the house for multiple purposes. They are very witty and loving. If you regularly groom them, they won’t shed a lot of hair. They are odourless as well.

Have you ever faced the issue of not being able to keep a pet because of its smell? Will you adopt one of these now that you know they are smell-free? Let us know in the comments below.

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