Are you thinking of getting a pet, possibly a dog, but aren’t sure what to get? Did you know that about 6 in 10 Americans own a pet?
In this article, come sit, heel, and find out all about the fluffiest dog breeds out there. Read on to discover which dog is right for you and your family, and of course which is the fluffiest.
These fluffy dogs have a history back to Holland. If you’re looking for a dog who will be loyal to the end and super affectionate, you’ll want this breed.
Samoyeds are some of the fluffiest dogs you can find. If you’re looking for a hypoallergenic dog, you’ve found your match. For another ever-so-fluffy option that’s not a dog, but allergy-friendly, pick out a chinchilla for your family.
3. Tibetan Mastiff
Who says fluffy only can come in small? This is one of the fluffiest pets size-wise. If you’re interested in a dog that weighs over 150 pounds, this dog is right for you.
Live somewhere that gets cold? These dogs flourish in the cold. They’re bred to be livestock guardians.
Keep in mind that this breed will shed in an excess amount twice a year. You’ll only need to brush them a few times a week though.
These dogs might not be the right fit for someone who is a new dog-owner. They’re strong and can be independent. Training and socialization with others and pets are important. Naturally, this dog is bred to be a guard dog, so can be protective of you and your family.
These fuzzy dog breeds are gentle giants. They’re excellent as a family dog, and friendly as well. If you love to go out in the water this dog will follow since they love to swim.
You’ll need to brush them weekly since they shed often. When it’s shedding season twice a year, you’ll need to brush them daily.
If you decide to go with this dog, keep in mind that they need daily exercise. These dogs are great since they’re easy to train as well.
Poodles are known for being one of the fluffiest dog breeds out there. These dogs were bred to be ducks dogs and hunters. Poodles are excellent swimmers as well. They received their signature hairdo due to them jumping into the water to retrieve the ducks.
6. Border Collies
Border Collies have a history that dates back to a dog who was named Old Hemp. This fuzzy dog breed is bred for helping with herding cattle.
You don’t have to worry about too much shedding with a Maltese. You’ll need to brush them daily though to prevent matting. This dog is a great fit for those who want a dog who is ok with more playing indoors, walking outside, and not as much exercise.
Exploring the Fluffiest Dog Breeds
Now that you’ve explored the fluffiest dog breeds, you should have a better idea of which breed is right for you and your family. Want to read more lifestyle content? For everything from education to lifestyle, check out our other articles today.