Do Labrador Retrievers Shed?

When it comes to dogs, the Labrador retriever is an animal with a very low shedding factor.

This can be seen by looking at its dog hair length. Compared to many other breeds of dogs, which often have shorter fur like schnauzers or Poodles, Labs are known for having long hair on their coat. Labradors also do not produce as much pet dander as some other breeds because they don’t shed too much.
Panting and drooling both release saliva that contains phosphate anions that break down into acetic acid (vinegar) and hydrogen ions (H+) which lower PH levels of the skin’s outer layer thereby loosening old cells off of our pet’s body so the new cells…

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