With us, it's all a matter of brushing and DEALING WITH THE FACT THEY SHED! People shed, too! Our shower is just covered in long, curly red hairs from me!
You know, my clothes haven't been hair free since I moved here. Samoyeds are the KINGS of all shedders. Our apartment is completely covered
in white puffs from Kirby. But Sami and I accept it and try to just brush the hair off when we go out. Minimising shedding is sometimes important, yes, but anyone who owns a dog (or any animal with hair) needs to understand and accept that this thing will shed! It's very sad when owners want to get rid of their pet just because it has hair it needs to get rid of.
If the dog is mostly an indoors pet, that could be a problem too. From experience most of my animals that remain mostly indoors shed MORE than the pets that get to spend a lot of time outside.
Changing the diet could help, brushing more, or taking the dog outside more often. All those things could help, but I think the thing that would help the MOST is acceptance of animal shedding and tolerance for it.
with the doggie hair.
(Extra thought)-- The Samoyede tribe in Russia (creators of the Samoyed) used their dogs hair to make clothing for the winter.