Talk:List of dog breeds with little to no shedding

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This list fails to make any connection between coat type and shedding. 65.190.145.8 (talk) 23:24, 4 August 2015 (UTC)

This list was moved away from the examples section of Hypoallergenic dog breeds because the examples were irrelevant to the content of that page. This new page is intended to focus on dogs which do not shed, which is a topic that must be differentiated from hypoallergenic dogs. Chichiquiche (talk) 02:15, 12 July 2011 (UTC)

world wide the biewer terrier is not a new breed but new color in the Yorkshire terrier. its is simply a pied bald gene in the Yorkshire terrier the German clubs the German biewer yorkie president of Europe banned the BTCA of america from in involvement in Europe after importing the dog in to the USA as of 2014 no one as ever succeed in changing the dog from biewer Yorkshire terrier to biewer terrier the american kennel club since the year 2000 registers parti color Yorkshire terrier after DNA testing proved the Yorkshire terrier was carrying a pied bald gene. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Biewer1976 (talkcontribs) 09:09, 15 April 2014 (UTC)