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The Australian Shepherd is the perfect breed to have if you want a dog with low maintenance. They have a double coat that keeps them warm and needs very little trimming.
Border Collie's have a variety of coat lengths with a thick undercoat that needs to be trimmed and groomed in between major sessions to prevent matting.
The Bichon Frise is a non-shedding, small dog who has three common hairstyles: the Lamb cut, Panda cut and Show cut. Learn more about them here.
Fluffy fur is fun to brush, pet, and cuddle with, but can mean more dog grooming sessions as well. Find out about some fluffy dog breeds and their brushing needs.
The Bichon Frise is a warm and friendly dog with their owners, but they can become shy and anxious without proper socialization. Learn how to train your Bichon here.
The Jack Russell Terrier has a double coat that needs to be taken care of on a regular basis. Learn to take care of this special coat to keep your Jack Russel Terrier happy and healthy.
Poodles are active dogs that require a diet rich in protein in order to keep them going. Learn more about Poodle diets here.
English Springer Spaniels shed quite a bit throughout the year, which can lead to mats. Learn more here.
Westies have a complex coat that requires a lot of attention unless their coat is cut short. Learn more here.
Australian Cattle Dogs need food specially formulated to keep them fit and nourish their thick, all-weather coats. Learn more here.
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