Are you a fluffy dog fanatic? Whether you’re looking for a huggable pooch or simply checking if your dog made the fluff list, here’s a list of the 10 fluffiest dog breeds!
The Chow Chow was the definite first dog we decided to list. Simply because, well, look at it! Just beware of shedding season. The Chow sheds quite a bit of fluff when it’s shedding season.
Though not fluffy in the conventional sense, it’s unique double coat is what places it on the list. Though you may think of the next dog on the list when you think of fluffiest breeds, the Newfoudland is fluffy, too. Just fluffy in a different way.
The Pomeranian is just a charismatic little ball of fluff. While the fur may not be as curly as some of the other fluffy breeds, this might just the most popular of all the fluffiest breeds for how much personality comes in such a small, fluffy package.
The shaggy, waterproof double coat of this dog really gives it that “fluffy” look, especially if you get them outside during really humid weather. Though usually combed flat and with straight hair, the Bearded Collie is still fluffy.
A bit smaller in size then some of these other breeds, the Maltese may not have a lot of hair, but you will notice, that hair is fluffy. Add the fluffiness to the already cute factor of this loving dog, and you have a fluffy breed well worth spending some time with.
Someone order a cotton ball with legs? The Bichon Frise is as close as anyone will get. Monthly grooming sessions are required for this high maintenance breed that is considered hypo allergenic.
The Poodle just had that naturally fluffy hair that makes it the front runner when people think about fluffy dogs.
The Keeshond, as you can see, are known for their inherent fluffiness, as well as the males having a “mane” around their neck.
These miniature Rough Coated Collies have a thick double coat. The outer lining is harsh and straight, the undercoat is soft and tight to the body. Daily brushing/combing is required with a spritzing of water.
Very active and playful, their coat may need a little more attention, but they are worth. That’s one of the great things about a Shih Tzu. They know they are worth it and will remind you every single day.