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Dog breeds which do not smell

All mammals have a natural scent, and dogs are no exception. A healthy and well maintained dog has only a minimal, barely felt, and quite a pleasant smell. If your dog is sick or neglected, it can emit a foul odor. However, there are dog breeds that are naturally almost no specific odor. I will talk about these varieties.

1.Poodles. This breed has a very minimal odor, making it suitable for people who do not like the "doggy" smell. Also these dogs almost don't shed, so it is an ideal option for people with allergies dog fur. Poodles are in four sizes - large, small, dwarf, toy. So everyone can choose for themselves the most appropriate size of the dog.

2.Dalmatian. Dogs that do not have a specific smell. It is easily maintained and very clean and neat dog. He likes to play with the children, agree with other pets. They do not like to get bored , they love walks, games, and are very active.

3.Beagle. If you want a low-maintenance, and virtually odor-free dogs - beagle for you. Beagles need to bathe only when necessary. Excellent with children and quite well with other dogs, and are great family dogs.

4.The Maltese. These dogs have a long coat, but is considered to be one of the cleanest dogs, which emit only minimal odor. Just remember that their fur requires special care. They have no undercoat, so it is suitable for people with allergies. They are great companions and do not like to stay alone for a long time.

5.Basenji. Ideal breed for those who want smart, easily trained dogs, which have a short coat that does not have the typical dog smell. This breed, as well as cats, have the capacity to wash themselves. They do not need special care. Suitable for people with allergies. Sheds very little, or don't sheds.

6.Samoyeds. Despite the fact that their coat requires frequent grooming, is not meant to bathe. Dirt from their fur coat pass and stays clean. These dogs do not give off virtually no odor. They are willing to adapt to the family's lifestyle and they are good with children. Should train from an early age.

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