Types of Dogs With Short Coats

The Italian Greyhound is an excellent option to go with if you want a dog that is manageable in terms of size, activity level, and grooming needs. 

They don't have that distinctive canine odor or shed, and their hair is so short that they don't even need to be brushed on a regular basis. 

However, in order to keep them happy and healthy, Italian Greyhounds need to be bathed on a regular basis (from once a week to no more than once every six weeks)

have their nails trimmed, and have their glands expressed. Before giving your dog a bath, you should blow him or her dry to dislodge any remaining dirt, dander, or hairs. 

The short, smooth hair of a Boston Terrier is of a particularly fine texture. They do shed, but you may reduce the amount by brushing them consistently once a week using a grooming mitt or a brush with soft bristles. 

This will help keep the shedding to a minimum. Regular brushing will help ensure that their natural oils are distributed uniformly throughout their coat. 

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