Short-Haired Dog Breeds

Basenji

The African Basenji has a smooth, naturally clean coat that is odor-free and only needs to be bathed occasionally. Even basenjis may groom their coats in a manner akin to cats.

Boxer

Stand with your feet hip-width apart and your toes pointing out slightly. Keeping your back straight, bend your knees and sit back until your thighs are parallel with the floor.

Boxer

The breed is clean and only occasionally has to be bathed. Boxers are athletic, energetic, and fun-loving people with lots of energy. They need a lot of exercise to stay joyful and prevent behavioural problems.

Bull Terrier

The bull terrier has a distinct appearance with a long, horse-like face. It has a short, flat coat that is rough to the touch and glossy. Loose hair can be removed by weekly brushing with a soft bristle brush, curry brush, or hound glove.

Bull Terrier

This breed usually gets along well with polite children. It requires moderate daily exercise, such as lengthy walks or retrieve activities in the yard, while being muscular and athletic.

Dalmatian

The Dalmatian originates in the region of present-day Croatia that was formerly known as Dalmatia in central Europe. The Dalmatian has a dense, fine, and shiny short coat.

Doberman Pinscher

Due to their size and athletic ability, dobermans require a lot of exercise to be happy and pleased. These devoted canines are renowned for their ability to guard. To strangers, they may appear scary, but they are a family.

German Shorthaired Pointer

A versatile gundog created specifically to point and retrieve waterfowl is the German shorthaired pointer. Weekly brushing and the odd bath make maintaining its coat a snap.

Great Dane

One of the biggest dog breeds, especially in terms of height, is the Great Dane. Its coat will stay lustrous if you brush it once a week with a rubber curry or bristle brush. This breed is an excellent home dog because it is sweet, friendly, and a truly gentle giant.

Greyhound

The greyhound is regarded as the world's fastest breed and is capable of running at speeds of up to 45 mph. Greyhounds are unsurprisingly excellent home dogs.

Greyhound

Compared to certain other short-haired breeds, the smooth coat sheds considerably less. Give this breed a thorough wipedown with a soft, wet towel because its hair is so fine and close to the body that you might not even need to brush it.

Pug

The endearing, affectionate pug was a prized pet of Chinese emperors as early as 400 B.C. in China. The pug sheds a lot because of its short coat.

Weimaraner

The German hunting breed known as the Weimaraner originated in the Weimar district. Its ethereal silver-gray colour, speed, and field endurance have earned it the nickname "grey ghost" at times.

Weimaraner

A Weimaraner requires little upkeep when groomed. If the short, smooth coat becomes soiled, it will benefit from occasional cleaning with a rubber dog brush to remove loose hair.

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