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Member Since
10/13/2012
 
 
Barked: Sat Oct 13, '12 6:27pm PST 
I have a beautiful 18 month mini aussie and he is awesome! I've never got his coat cut. He recently was running around in our backyard after it had rained and got this sticky plant stuck in his fur. He frequently runs and sort of "dives" into the grass and does flips, and to top it off, it had just rained. These sticky plants got extremely tangled near his chest. These had happened before and required near an hours of brushing and had some minor fur cut as well, but this time it is more. Will it grow back just fine? Thanks!
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Member Since
10/13/2012
 
 
Barked: Sat Oct 13, '12 6:51pm PST 
By the way, the trim was fairly substantial, its noticeable to me and I'm sure to others if I pointed it out. I have pictured if needed! Thanks so much.
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Bella &- Cougar

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Barked: Thu Oct 25, '12 8:27pm PST 
I'm no Aussie pro in the slightest, but In my personal experience, it has grown back fine when I've had Cougar cut. And once it was SUPER, SUPER short bc he was badly matted when I adopted him. The choice was to put him through pain and misery to remove the mats... Or just cut it and see how it grew back! So far, so good. I would avoid more than a trim in the future, though. I would live to hear about the experience of other's..
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Rylee

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Barked: Tue Dec 4, '12 2:46pm PST 
It will grow back fine and normal. I shaved my Aussie and her hair grew back within a few months and is fluffy and smooth just like before. I used to work at a dog salon and many people were afraid of it not growing back. But it will grow back, no worries.
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