|10-28-2013 12:26 AM|
Puppys from australia
Attachment 127841 this is my girl with the fur thats not as fluffy .can anyone see if shes a long haired or plush
|10-27-2013 11:53 PM|
|AR AUSTRALIA||hello so if you look at her fur, in between are squiggly ones and on top are long one sticking up every where so in when I look at both pups to touch the fur texture wise it feels the same just the long ones on 1 pup are longer and on the other pup these long one seem to be their but not as many or not as long. are these squiggly hairs going to grow out to be the long coat on top as it grows out more she also had severe round worm that took over a month to get rid of I saw the vet yesterday and he said it would take at least 4 weeks to recover so im hoping so. thankyou for your time|
|10-26-2013 07:50 PM|
Well, it is possible that people actually move north for several months before showing to get the coat to come in better.
However, these are just babies. Frankly, I think you have a plush coat who may even be a coatie (long coat), and one that is not a coat. I doubt that these two have a different coat due to the week or so they have had in a different environment.
|10-26-2013 07:36 PM|
Much easier to read with some punctuation:
|10-26-2013 12:36 PM|
Here's one "after" the blown coat. Sorry once again for the quality and for whatever reason it won't let me post more than one pic at a time.
Haha, & now its sideways to boot!
|10-26-2013 12:31 PM|
|Nigel||It may just be genetic variation between the two pups, not all pups in a litter will be exactly the same. My litter mate females are both stock coats, but each coat is different. Even the same dog can go through some fairly dramatic coat changes. Here's a pic of Zoey before "blowing" her coat. Sorry, its a grainy phone pic.|
|10-26-2013 11:52 AM|
I had two brothers. One had a very thick coat. The other one had a typical shepherd shorter coat.
These are very old pictures because Shadow passed away several years ago... Sorry for the poor quality.
this is Buddy with the much thicker fur.
|10-26-2013 08:52 AM|
|Harry and Lola||
Not sure if it is a myth, but I have always been told GSDs who live outside always have a thicker coat than those that live inside. I think this may be true because when you look at the stud dogs coming to Australia from Germany, their coat is so much thicker and breeders tend to never see their 'German' coat again - being so much warmer in Australia.
Cute babies btw
|10-26-2013 03:45 AM|
wheres the fur
Attachment 127225 honey the shorter coat of the 2
Attachment 127241 faith is the one closest to the garden
Attachment 127249 hairiest one closest to the washing line pole
Attachment 127257this is faith the longer furred pup does cold air make the fur grow quicker naturally and what are the squiggly hairs between the fur are they going to grow out long and the little hairs poking up everywhere that are longer than the main coat are they going to grow out longer im just not sure so im asking are these pups the same coat length and ones slower growing or has someone got examples to show me similar bigger dogs sorry guys
|10-25-2013 09:09 AM|
|Rangers_mom||I think you typed this very quickly and as a result it is difficult to follow your train of thought. Perhaps you could try typing the question again?|
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