19 Dog Breeds That Don’t Smell Story


Dog Breeds That Don’t Smell

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Although all canines can put off some kind of odor occasionally, some breeds are known for being smellier than others. Whether it’s a wet dog smell or a musky scent, it can be rather unpleasant at times.

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If you’re not a fan of the distinctive doggy smell wafting through your house, these pups have a very low stink factor that’s practically undetectable. 

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Bichon Frise

Bichons are a non-smelly breed that barely even sheds. They have a double coat that does require regular grooming to keep it in good condition and free of tangles and mats.


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This breed has very minimal scent and grooming needs. They have short hair and shed only slightly.


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Lakeland Terrier

This terrier breed typically doesn’t smell of any strong scent, and they shed very little. A Lakeland’s coat is wiry and double-coated.

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Dachshunds have smooth coats that don’t smell or demand lots of grooming. However, they will benefit from regular brushing.

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Yorkshire Terrier

Yorkies aren’t known for having any type of strong odor. However, their grooming needs can be demanding. Their hair needs to be trimmed every four to six weeks.

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