Although Chihuahuas are known to shed, Chihuahuas are extremely docile and easy to groom. Even when shedding their heaviest coats, they don't have the same fur to shed as medium to large-sized dogs. The Chihuahua is such a small dog that it doesn't have much hair to lose anyway.
The fact that they have a short coat also pleases dog owners, who find that the Chihuahua's shedding rate is therefore lower than that of other breeds. Both long-haired and short-haired Chihuahuas shed throughout the year, although their shedding rate is quite modest compared to other dog breeds. Although Chihuahuas shed all year round, Chihuahuas' small size means grooming their coat shouldn't be too much of a challenge.
Even though Chihuahuas shed very little throughout the year, there's a good chance you won't notice much hair on the floor until their hair grows out, so people can tell that Chihuahuas don't shed. The good news is that the healthiest Chihuahuas (whether long-haired Chihuahuas or short-haired Chihuahuas) shed moderately throughout the year and significantly once or twice a year during the summer and spring when the weather is warm. Long-haired and two-haired Chihuahuas shed significantly twice a year, mainly during the warm season. In addition to seasonal shedding, single-haired and two-haired Chihuahuas also shed small amounts of coat all year round.
It may seem that the double-coated, long-haired breed sheds more than the single-haired Chihuahua, simply because the coat is more visible. Long-haired Chihuahuas often shed in tufts, which makes them easy to care for. Long-haired, double-coated Chihuahuas can shed much more than short-haired Chihuahuas, which would still be considered a normal mutation. The only benefit of longhaired Chihuahuas in terms of shedding is that their coat will lie on the floor in clumps, making them easier to pick up and discard.
Your Chihuahua will definitely break free and scatter her little hairs all over the couch, but her hair won't cover the whole room for sure. No matter how often you brush your Chihuahua, (unfortunately) there will still be some hair left lying around the house or on your clothes. While excessive shedding can be annoying, you shouldn't shave your Chihuahua.
Even if you feel like your Chihuahua is shedding a lot, as long as you don't see bald spots or asymmetrical coat shedding, shedding is just a replacement. It's perfectly normal for a Chihuahua to lose hair during shedding, but if your puppy is shedding all the time (and not growing back at the same rate), it could be indicative of completely different problems. Females that have not been neutered may also shed more during some parts of their menstrual cycle, and dogs that have recently given birth also lose their hair (postpartum hair loss is also common in humans!).
Chihuahuas shed their hair in the summer to thicken their winter coat, so they shed their hair in the spring to keep from overheating. In general, Chihuahuas of both coat types shed little throughout the year and more during the spring and summer months.
Remember that regardless of breed type, chihuahua hair loss depends on the chihuahua's coat layer. Depending on the type and length of their coat, they can shed much more than other dog breeds in the canine world. It depends on the Chihuahua's coat type (long, short, single or double), but in general they are not considered to be heavy shedders.
Double-coated Chihuahuas shed more than single-coated ones, but again, they are so small that the difference is not particularly large. Single-haired Chihuahuas shed less than double-coated Chihuahuas, as long-haired and short-haired Chihuahuas literally have less hair. If a smooth-coated Chihuahua has an undercoat, he will lose less than a long-haired Chihuahua without an undercoat. In general, short-haired Chihuahuas with no undercoat will notice less hair indoors compared to long-haired Chihuahuas with undercoat.
The double coat has a soft, fluffy "undercoat," which not only means that both long-haired and short-haired Chihuahuas have more coat, but they also need more grooming (and shed more). In general, Chihuahuas don't require much grooming, just with a longer chi-chi, you'll need to brush the coat several times a week to maintain the coat and remove any tangles. As with the reset, the amount of effort required to maintain the mantle depends on the type of Qi you have.
In addition to brushing, Chihuahuas also need occasional bathing with a good quality dog shampoo that doesn't dry out their coat. Chihuahuas tend to shed more during and after bathing, so a great brush before bathing will help loosen their coat.
Single-haired Chihuahuas typically shed once in the spring or throughout the year. The reality is that all Chihuahuas shed their hair year-round, and spring is the worst season as they shed their old coats to make way for their new summer coats. Chihuahuas of all breeds shed their lighter summer coats and develop thicker, warmer winter coats. The purpose of shedding in the spring is to get the best coat through, and of course your Chihuahuas will shed in the fall as they need a thicker coat to protect themselves from the cold weather.