Yes, they shed quite a lot. Even more during the shedding seasons.
When kept inside, every dog sheds all year long. In addition to that, Finnish Spitzes also blow their coat once or twice a year — usually during spring, and sometimes again during fall.
As  the outside temperature becomes warmer, and winter turns to spring, a dog’s skin and hair follicles respond to the longer days by shedding their thick winter undercoat in exchange for a lighter, cooler summer undercoat.
As days grow shorter, and as summer turns to fall, a dog’s body likewise prepares itself for the cooler weather by growing a thick undercoat, and shedding its soft summer coat.
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