Lady had to be scalped before, we called her a roasted chicken when she got home, all skinny. it will grow, it will take time, but i tell ya it sure is easy to brush through a short coat!
Ha any pics Amanda? XLady had to be scalped before, we called her a roasted chicken when she got home, all skinny. it will grow, it will take time, but i tell ya it sure is easy to brush through a short coat!
Hehe! It's going to take longer than thatThanks for all your replies. We are just back from a weekend away and Bailey's hair has still nor grown back!!!
Seriously though, she does seem much happier in the warm weather, if only her tail didn't look like a rat's tail - they freak me out.
We are holidaying in Cornwall with Bailey this year so at least the sand will be easy to brush out.
The place that I went to had the samples. STILL NOTHING told me it’d be one length I agreed to it and she completely botched it and shave all around his neck a random place on both side one paw and by his tail, he was super curly but definitely not matted which i know for sure cause I always brush him. They didn’t wanna go through the trouble of brushing the curls out so they just cut em all off and didn’t touch his head but SHAVED HIS EYELASHES OFF TOOIf Bailey is a non shedder it will definitely grow back. Is it just me or has anyone else ever wondered if any of the extreme grooming incidents has stemmed from a groomers "issues" with mixed breeds? I wonder if at poodle sites people regularly freak out about near naked dogs? I am guessing it is more a case of one really short bit due to a matt or an accident and then the need to compensate everywhere or a miscommunication about the desired length. Someone needs to create little cards like fabric samples or paint chips of dog fur at different lengths so we can choose and then, at the very least, get our money back when our dogs come back looking naked.