10 Worst Shedding Dog Breeds

Golden Retriever: Known for their beautiful golden coats, they shed heavily, especially during seasonal changes.

German Shepherd: These large dogs have a thick double coat that sheds year-round, with more substantial shedding during spring and fall.

Siberian Husky: Their dense double coat helps them handle cold temperatures, but it also means they shed a lot.

Alaskan Malamute: Similar to the Husky, Malamutes have a thick double coat that sheds consistently.

Chow Chow: With a thick, lion-like mane, Chows shed heavily, particularly during seasonal changes.

Labrador Retriever: Labs shed consistently, and their short, dense coat requires regular grooming.

Saint Bernard: Known for their large size and dense, rough coat, shedding is a common occurrence.

Pomeranian: Despite their small size, Pomeranians have a thick double coat that sheds regularly.