12 Long Hair Dog Breeds With Gorgeous Locks     

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The long, silky, flowing coat of the Afghan shepherd is one of the breed's defining characteristics.

1. Afghan Hound

 Hundreds of years ago, the bearded collie originated in Scotland, where it was valued as a sheepherder and cattle driver. 

2. Bearded Collie

3. Bolognese

This Italian dog breed has long been regarded as a gentle lapdog and devoted companion.

The shrewd and spirited Briard is a sight to witness, with its long, flowing coat and strong, muscular body. 

4. Briard

5. Coton de Tulear

The coton is a devoted companion that suffers from separation anxiety when left alone for many hours per day.

The Havanese, the only canine breed native to Cuba and named for the capital city of the island nation, Havana, has a luxurious, long, silky coat.

6. Havanese

7.Lhasa Apso

 The small dogs served as interior watchdogs in palaces and Buddhist monasteries, barking when they detected the approach of humans.

The Pekingese is the quintessential lapdog. Chinese royalty cherished the Peke for millennia, as they enjoyed holding the small dogs and stroking .

8. Pekingese

9. Shih Tzu

The breed resembles a small lion due to its protruding snout and long, flowing coat. Wonderful family pets, shih tzus are loving, active, and outgoing.

10. Tibetan Terrier

The Tibetan terrier should be brushed twice or thrice per week. This breed can also be maintained in a shorter, easier-to-groom style.

11. Komondor

The pelt is soft and wavy as a puppy. The coarser outer coat traps the softer undercoat to form cords as the canine ages.

Pulis are frequently partnered with Komondors for herd protection. Komondors serve as the night watch while pulis perform daytime duties. 

12. Puli

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