Akitas are large Japanese dogs with thick, constantly shedding double coats to keep them warm in mountainous regions despite having short hair.
Alaskan Malamutes were bred to haul heavy loads in Alaska and have a thick double coat to keep them warm. Their coat produces a lot of loose fur, making them one of the heaviest shedding dog breeds.
American Eskimos, related to German Spitz and originating from Europe, have cloud-like coats and are constant shedders, making their fur stand out on dark clothing.
Cardigan Corgis, despite their popularity, are a top shedding dog breed with a double coat that sheds year-round. They require extensive care, so consider that before adopting.
Chinese Shar-Peis, originating from northern China as guard dogs, shed daily due to their dense fur. Despite their cuteness, they are more independent than other fluffy breeds.
German Shepherds are popular but shed almost constantly, even between their twice-yearly coat "blows." Keep a brush handy!
Pyrenees Mountain Dogs, livestock guardians from France and Spain, are beautiful but shed a lot due to their long, thick coats that protect them from the cold.
Saint Bernards shed a lot and require regular cleaning and brushing. However, they make great cuddle buddies in return for the extra chores they bring.