I know we shouldnt but his hair is alot better now. Primary hairs do not shed as often and can take years to regrow. The lusterous golden color is the hallmark of this versatile breed. I took her in to be bathed and trimmed but this was a new groomer and all of her fans were cut off shes not real short but its not long at all there all off more like a puppy cut. Sometimes, these complications are not reversible. But, you need to be very careful!
He is so much more active in summer it has made a huge difference with him but unfortunately you try to explain to people and you get backlash of how we shouldnt but they dont see the before and after. Some owners shave down their dogs, because they believe it helps keep them cool during the summer, while others do it to slow down shedding and avoid matting. It should grow back, but it may take a couple of years to get it back to its former glory. Reading this gives me some insight in how to talk to my dog's groomer. Using a slicker brush and undercoat rake, move through the coat to make sure the coat is dry and tangle-free and all dead coat is removed.
His entire body is shaved so close to the skin and it doesn't even look like they touched his long tail. Softened and faded terrier coat is not harmful to the dog — they can still live happy, comfortable lives and still look like their breed standard calls for. She does not understand that you are upset about her haircut and not her. Trim the hair around the ear leathers and use thinning shears on the outside of the ears. She had a very heavy coat but didn't seem to suffer from the heat. I would definitely do it again next year because of the change it made in the dog.
In your dogs case, I would have clipped out the mats in the rear feathering leaving as much good hair as I could, then shaping it up to look nice. Posted by Absolutely Golden on February 22, I cannot agree more with you Lisa! I swear she should be bald by now. Many is the time that I wished there was law in place to prohibit the practice of shaving down double coated dogs.