For example, the West Highland White Terrier. Representatives of this breed are small, usually white-coated, hunting dogs bred in Scotland. They almost do not smell and do not shed. However, the owner of the West Highland has to take his pet for trimming several times a year, so that experts pluck out old hairs from the animal, thus making room for new ones.
The Basenji also does not cause problems for people with its coat. This is a small smooth-haired dog with a ring tail that will make an ideal company for an allergy sufferer: it does not smell and does not shed. Basenjis are absolutely unpretentious and do not require careful care. Sometimes you should wash them with a rubber mitt. However, there is one “but”. This breed takes a very long time to establish contact with a person, so anyone who wants a hypoallergenic friend will have to be patient.
Finally, the Hungarian bullets. Compared to the above breeds, whose wool can sometimes be found in a scanty amount in a house or apartment, this breed does not shed at all. Their hair is dreadlocks twisted into tangles, which previously could protect them even from the attack of a wolf. Bullets do not require careful care. The only thing the owner should regularly do is cut the hair from the muzzle so that the dog can see well.
Maaliskuuta 16 2020
Päivitetty: 20. maaliskuuta 2020