Many people are allergic to dogs, which can make it difficult for families with young children.
However, there are long-haired dog breeds that can help alleviate some of these concerns. Long haired dog breeds require less grooming than short haired ones and many of them have hypoallergenic coats or fur that doesn’t shed as much. If you’re considering adding a furry friend to your family, consider the following list of 10 best long-haired dog breeds for families:
These friendly dogs are considered to be one of the biggest breeds that have long hair. In fact, they can weigh up to 100 pounds! Despite this, these dogs don’t shed fur and have no doggie odor. They’re also great with children and other pets.
This breed is a tiny yet sturdy dog that was bred as a ratter in England during the 19th century. Because of their small frames, they can adapt well to an apartment lifestyle – though they enjoy being around people too much – so if you live in a smaller space, consider adopting a wire fox terrier.
If you’re not a fan of shedding, the Tibetan spaniel is a great dog breed for your family as it has a very long and soft coat that doesn’t shed. These dogs are also very friendly and affectionate with children, making them wonderful dogs for families.
Poodles come in three different sizes – standard, miniature and toy – but no matter what size poodle you choose to adopt, they will be non-shedding dogs and any type can adapt well to an apartment lifestyle because their coats don’t require grooming more than once or twice a year. They can do well with other dogs and pets as well as children if socialized early on.
They’re one of the most popular dog breeds because they’re gentle, affectionate and intelligent. These dogs are great with children too, making them wonderful family pets. They require regular grooming to keep their coats looking good, but it’s well worth it because there is no doggie odor or shedding with this breed.
This small purebred dog has a non-shedding coat that doesn’t need much brushing at all. If you choose to adopt this breed, be prepared for lots of cuddles and kisses! Maltese are very friendly and get along well with other animals as well as children if socialized properly when young
The Afghan hound is a dignified and extremely loyal dog breed, but they’re often overlooked when families consider which dog to add to their family. Afghan hounds have a very long coat that doesn’t shed or have an odor, so if you want a furry friend in your life but are allergic to most dogs, this is a great choice for you!
These adorable white powder puff dogs don’t shed at all so there’s no doggie smell or fur left behind after snuggling up on the couch with them. They’re also gentle and loving animals that get along well with children of all ages as well as other pets.
This popular Chinese breed has been around for 3,000 years and it’s easy to see why they’re so popular with families. They don’t shed their fur though the coat still requires regular grooming to keep it looking good. These dogs are also friendly and affectionate with children of all ages as well as other pets.
The white Bolognese is another long hair non-shedding purebred that would make a wonderful family pet. Like the Afghan hound, this breed isn’t very common but it’s well worth looking into if you’re in search of a cuddly dog that will also keep your house clean!
The 10 dog breeds listed in this blog post are all non-shedding and will work well for families with children. All of the dogs mentioned here require regular grooming, but it’s worth investing your time into these long haired beauties because they won’t leave any hair or fur behind when you’re snuggling up on the couch together! Which breed would you consider adding to your family? Let us know in a comment below and we’ll do our best to help find one that suits your needs.