Piper is just over 6 months now, and her adult coat is coming in, but I see no signs of an undercoat. Both of her parents were stock, with her sire being 'plush'. I'm just wondering when the undercoat is supposed to come in, if she has one.
That actually looks like fluffy undercoat on her now from what I can see.
They are born fuzzy/undercoat (usually) and develop longer guard hairs as they get older.
Some side views (standing) may help...
We do need more pictures, and standing is the best!
Not ALL long coats have an undercoat. I was told that Ky might or might not have one. She's 18 months ... and doesn't have as thick fur as other LC's
The first picture is Kyleigh ... (the one with no snow) and the second picture is Odita - she belongs to Hattifattener in Latvia ... I've copied the picture of Odita from this thread so you can see the difference in thickness of both side by side
I have to admit, I am very very jealous of Odita's fur, but am quite glad I don't have to groom ALL that! Ky's is enough!