These are the breeds of dog that leave piles of hair behind wherever they go.

Moulting Dogs: These are the 10 breeds of adorable pupper that shed the most fur and cause allergies - including the loving Labrador Retriever 🐶

If you want a puppy but don’t fancy continually having to hoover up piles of dog hair then these are the breeds you should probably avoid.

One of the unexpected effects of the global pandemic – and the resulting series of lockdowns – was an increase in demand for puppies.

And the extent of that soaring in demand has been shown by the latest registrations statistics from the UK Kennel Club, up nearly 40 per cent from 250,649 in 2020 to 349,013 in 2021.

With 221 breeds of dog to choose from, it’s best to do your homework before picking your perfect four-legged friend – whether you want a large dog, family-friendly dog, or crossbreed.

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Some dogs tend to shed hair constantly, proving problematic for those with allergies and leaving carpets and clothes coated with discarded fur.

If you want to avoid this then there are certain breeds your should score off your list.

Here are the 10 breeds of dog that shed most hair, according to the American Kennel Club.

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