|I'm not sure it does LOL
Panda's coat in some areas was up to 17 inches long.
I think most end up at about 12 inches or so.
|WOW!!!! Laika looks to be around 6 inches now. I have no problem with the grooming I love it, must have been a hairdresser in a past life. But Laika HATES it! Always a battle.|
|Chcek out the forum: The All Over Bubble Bath in "pictures." That's approaching the longest I've seen. Curiously, another super long was another Aussie sheepie. Must be the kangaroo tail in their diet|
Chcek out the forum: The All Over Bubble Bath in "pictures." That's approaching the longest I've seen. Curiously, another super long was another Aussie sheepie. Must be the kangaroo tail in their diet
Actually I think part of the reason for that is that we do a lot more trimming in north america. I've never seen a dog in the show ring with that much coat.
Mostly though, those Aussies are just awesome groomers and don't break coat!
|It does not stop growing and if you don't trim it will hit the ground.
Brie way too long at the moment and she is getting a trim soon. Plus some hair stripped from her neck to give her back some shape.
Kelseys retired so I usually forget to trim her, her belly coat can grow to the ground and when it does, well then I remember to trim her also.
Kelsey is saying goodbye to the long coat soon, she can't tolerate the grooming now with her age, so puppy clip happening soon for her.
|Beautiful pics as always lisa... just gorgeous.
I know you'll be sad to see Kelsey's coat go, but I bet she will feel wonderful!
I hope we get pics of her in a puppy clip too
|All I can say is WOW!
How long does it take to get that length??
|Probably about 3,000 hours of brushing.|
|Now we will be able to see what one of Lisa's dogs look like without all that fur That would be a great stumper for the calendar next year...nobody would ever guess one of Lisa's in a puppy cut|
|Absolitely beautiful coats, Lisa do you use supplements for such great coats?|
Lisa do you use supplements for such great coats?
Yes I like the omega oils, helps skin and coats, cold press flax seed oil is a great one my lot have on there dinner about 3 times a week.
Oily sardines too once a week, if you can stand the fishy breath No sheepie kisses that night when they have eaten.
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