The Fluffiest Dog Breeds That Were Made To Snuggle

Australian Shepherd

This plush-coated dog comes in several colors, and some have beautiful icy-blue eyes, or even two different-colored eyes. An intelligent breed, the Australian Shepherd's fluffy undercoats require frequent brushing or raking.

Bichon Frisé

Often associated with noblemen and royals, the Bichon Frisé, with its white fur and black button eyes and nose, is almost comically cute. Despite all that fur, bichons are relatively low shedders.


Originally bred to catch birds in France, one look at the curls on a Barbet is enough to make you fall for these fluff balls. Their coats can be black, brown, or gray, sometimes with white spots on the chest or paws.

Old English Sheepdog

Old English Sheepdogs are known for their fabulous fluffy coats, including fur that frequently covers their eyes. And while they can look comical, caring for these cuties isn't a joke, as they need to be brushed several times a week.

Toy Poodle

Considered to be among the smartest dog breeds, Toy Poodles are little bundles of hypoallergenic, non-shedding joy. These pooches are great companion dogs who know how to work their way by cuddling.

Shetland Sheepdog

Shetland Sheepdogs, or Shelties, are highly intelligent and trainable, great family dogs, and natural herders. They also have beautiful long, fluffy fur, and a thick undercoat.


High-energy puffs of fluff, Pomeranians were pets of famous names in history, including Queen Victoria and Mozart. Their fluffy double coat, which comes in different colors, attracts pet owners everywhere.

Shih Tzu

Once the lapdogs of Chinese royalty, pet owners love cuddling them because of their luxurious, dense, and flowing double-coated coats.