Poodles are the most popular curly-haired dog breed. Large, miniature, and toy poodles are curly-haired dogs. These smart dogs make great pets.

Poodle

The Portuguese water dog is another curly-haired sports dog. These canines were designed to help fisherman retrieve lost equipment and rescue drowning seamen.

Portuguese Water Dog

French for "curly dog" is "bichon frise." This white dog has a powder-puff coat. When maintained, its short, fluffy curls make it look spherical.

Bichon Frise

Bedlington terriers resemble lambs and have silky, coarse fur like lambs. Dogs' heads are curliest.

Bedlington Terrier

The Airedale has the most striking coat of any terrier breed. The wiry brown-and-tan coat can be tightly coiled or wave-like.

Airedale Terrier

Less-known curly-haired canine breed: French barbet water dog. The coat should be three to five inches long, letting curls to hang loose.

Barbet

Curly-coated retrievers are one of the oldest and largest curly-haired dog breeds. This breed presumably evolved from curly-haired Irish water spaniels and poodles.

Curly-Coated Retriever

The curly-haired Puli is linked to the Komondor and is frequently called a "mop dog" Komondors have corded hair, whereas Pulis have fluffier, brushed-out curls.

Puli

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