For intelligent, odorless, and hypoallergenic dogs, poodles are a good choice. They shed little, but frequent brushing is necessary.
Saluki is a classy Middle Eastern breed that doesn't shed and is distinguished by its greyhound-like build and silky ear hair. Just groom toes and ears.
Ireland is home to low-shedding Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier. Brush to get rid of tangles, no regular cutting is necessary. Lively and cherishes family time.
The Bichon Frise breed is intelligent, sociable, and simple to train. It is vital to groom and clip frequently. Is perfect for small places.
The long, silky coat of the Afghan Hound barely sheds, yet it still needs brushing, shampooing, and conditioning. Enjoys taking long walks.
The easiest breed of dog to maintain because it sheds little and doesn't need to be brushed. However, warm clothing is required due to the thin coat.
Has a lifespan of 12+ years and sheds little. Short legs make these unsuitable for running but good for playing. A loyal and low-maintenance breed.
Labradoodles, shed very little thanks to poodle genes. Friendly and intelligent labradoodles require grooming every two to three months to avoid tangles.
Africa's barkless dog, the Basenji, yodels instead of barking. There is less shedding, so less cleaning is required.
Although it is hypoallergenic and sheds little, it has an undercoat that needs brushing since it can get tangled in the top coat. No need for regular cleaning.