Whether standard, miniature, or toy, a poodle is going to have curly hair. In any size, they remain one of the most popular dog breeds in the world.
And while they are sweet and loyal clowns, they can also be stubborn and challenging to train.
Originally bred as herding dogs that were impervious to cold weather and icy waters, these affable family dogs are playful and obedient.
Instead, the occasional pass with a grooming rake is all they need and they’re good to go.
With long, shaggy hair in a variety of colors, Barbets are frequently spotted sporting a barrette or hair tie to keep their fur out of their eyes.
Whether your doodle has curly, wavy, wiry, or straight hair depends on how much KRT71 gene it inherits from its poodle bloodline.
These smart, agile, yet goofy-looking dogs have long, mop-like coats that, in the hands of the right groomer, can be “corded” similarly to a Puli.
Bouvier des Flandres: From hard-working farm dog to beloved family pet. Good with kids, makes a great guard dog. Needs room to run, daily brushing required.
These sturdy, tall-standing dogs are unique for their one-of-a-kind blue-grey coats, which are soft and tightly curled, with no undercoat.
They may be curly-haired cuties, but Pumi dogs (the plural is Pumik) were bred in Hungary as hard-working herding dogs.
This sweet little terrier has a unique, pear-shaped head, a curved back, and a fluffy coat that makes him look as much like a lamb as a pup.