Top 10 Fluffy Dog Breeds You’ll Absolutely Love

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Last Updated on June 28, 2017

Dogs are amazing, cuddly, friendly, and make wonderful companions. So imagine when they’re also so fluffy!

What these really cute and extremely soft dogs have in common is the fact that they all need special and daily brushing if their owners don’t want to be dealing with masses of hair everywhere.

However, they look gorgeous, cute, and too irresistible not to touch, hug, and even adopt.

Samoyed© the Primitive Dogs

Top 10 Fluffy Dog Breeds You’ll Absolutely Love :

1. Keeshond

KEESHOND© Dog Breeds List
The keeshond is a combination of many other fluffy dog breeds, including some of the most popular like the Samoyed and the Chow Chow.

The Keeshond is a like huge ball of soft fur that requires extra care and brushing on a daily basis.

This fluffy pup sheds its silky undercoat two times a year, and the harsh outer coat is pulled away from the dog’s skin, producing its fluffy appearance.

2. Bearded Collie

Bearded Collie© Race de chien
This unique dog breed doesn’t shed heavily, but still needs to be provided with careful consideration when it comes to their special grooming requirements.

Owners are required to offer their Bearded Collie an everyday brushing, as well as combing tangles and mats out before they become impossible to control.

3. Samoyed

Samoyed© Pets4Homes
This cute dog breed possesses a harsher heavy outer coat and a thick fluffy undercoat.

A Samoyed owner should be committed to the maintenance of their dog’s special grooming needs, including regular brushing.

This pooch is known for seasonal shedding, but according to studies, many people who suffer from dog allergy are surprisingly not affected by this breed’s fluffy coat.

4. Pekingese

Pekingese© Vetstreet.com
Did you know that his fabulously fluffy dog breed gets its name from very old city?

The Pekingese needs brushing once every day, as well as regular combing to prevent tangles and matting from building up.

This adorable pup has a double coat that can perfectly hide parasites, stickers, and burrs, so owners should make sure to provide frequent inspections.

5. Chow Chow

Chow Chow© Dog Breeds List
Wherever there is fluffiness involved, there certainly must be a Chow Chow.

This huge fluffy dog breed is admired by so many people and our list wouldn’t be complete without it.

This beautiful animal with thick fur is, obviously, heavy shedders that require no less than one brushing a day in order to prevent their coats from exploding to form another dog.

6. Lhasa Apso

Lhassa Apso© nextdaypets
Lhasa Apso was believed to bring luck to their owners back the early 1900’s.

Nowadays, this fluffy good luck charm requires one brushing a day and regular combing of the fur to keep it healthy and beautiful.

Some Lhasa Apso owners saves themselves the trouble of daily brushing and choose an easier coat option by taking their dogs to professional groomers for having it cut.

7. Bichon Frise

Bichon Frise© Pets4Homes
This dog is literally the cutest walking cotton ball ever!

The Bichon Frise is so adorable that you would absolutely love to spend time brushing (or cuddling) every day.

This pooch does better with one grooming session a month and needs high maintenance from their owners. What’s interesting is that the Bichon Frise is a hypo allergenic dog.

8. Tibetan Mastiff

Tibetan Mastiff© Mother Nature Network
This gorgeous dog is known as one of the most expensive breeds.

The Tibetan Mastiff needs frequent brushing to maintain their immense and thick mass of winter fur.

Even though this dog can only shed their heavy coat once every year, once the temperature starts to increase, their shedding can continue for an entire month.

9. Affenpinscher

Affenpinscher© Best Bully Sticks
Affenpinscher is also called the monkey dog due to their monkey-like appearance.

This small four legged monkey has a harsh thick coat that should never be cut short.

In fact, cutting this pup’s fur would damage the coat for years to come. So frequent brushing is necessary with occasional plucking by an expert.

10. Shetland Sheepdog

Shetland Sheepdog© Vetstreet.com
The Shetland Sheepdog looks like a tiny version of the Rough Coated Collies.

This dog has a thick double coat. The outer layer is straight and harsh, while the undercoat is tight soft.

Owners must provide daily brushing and combing using a spritzing of water. This dog is a seasonal shedder, just during spring and fall.

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