Poodles come in three sizes—standard, miniature, and toy. They have a single-layered, curly coat that sheds minimally and is often considered hypoallergenic.
These small, cheerful dogs have a curly coat that doesn't shed much. Regular grooming is needed to prevent matting, but they are generally good for allergy sufferers.
Known for their long, silky white hair, Maltese dogs shed very little. They require regular grooming to prevent tangles and mats.
With a luxurious coat that resembles human hair, Shih Tzus shed minimally. Their hair grows continuously, so regular grooming is necessary.
This breed has a curly or wavy coat that doesn't shed much. They were historically used for water work and have become popular as a low-shedding breed.
These sleek and elegant dogs have short coats that shed very little. They are easy to groom and maintain.
Known as the "barkless dog," Basenjis have a short, fine coat that sheds infrequently. They groom themselves like cats and are relatively low-maintenance.
This breed comes in two varieties: Hairless (which has soft, smooth skin with hair on only certain parts) and Powderpuff (with a full coat). Both varieties shed very little and are good for people with allergies.