Comments on To Shave or Not to Shave: Your Guide to Your Dog's Summer "Do"

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Bob   alaska, Alaska

7/30/2014 8:30:10 PM

what kind of dog is that in the white fur?

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Nancy   Marlinton, West Virginia

7/21/2014 9:30:40 PM

I have a collie and have wondered for some time about cutting her hair for the summer. I keep her well brushed and am glad to know her coat is an insulation for her during hot days. This is what I always thought.

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jenn   roseville, Michigan

7/8/2014 6:52:53 AM

It is an old article they just re-posted. A Pomeranians hair DOES NOT grow back the same. Brushing him, NOT clipping him is the way to go to preserve his beautiful coat of hair. I was concerned about this but after speaking w groomers and owners of Poms w shaggy uneven coats that have to STAY clipped to look normal....no thank you.

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Angela   Maryville, Tennessee

4/6/2013 4:43:03 AM

I am a proff. Groomer, in my shop we clipper long haired breeds for the summer all the time! If you live in a region where it's hot during summers, clipper your long haired pup down, it does not hurt anything. This article is not credible. Talk to your groomer, they KNOW what's best for your dog.

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skiw9748   Hartford, AL

11/24/2012 7:38:27 AM

Good advice on having dogs shaved or cliped for summer, I wish I knew this I had my pom, cut for second summer this year, now her hair dont look as pretty !

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Melian and Tiny   E, CA

9/24/2012 10:53:38 PM

This is not the article I clicked on.

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Melian and Tiny   E, CA

9/17/2012 11:15:57 PM

Just getting my points. No new articles!

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MyHomieNacho   Ventura, CA

9/17/2012 4:50:58 PM

Huskies still seem hot with all their fur

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Allen   Cerritos, California

9/5/2012 12:15:30 PM

Nice Article

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Sean   Irvine, California

9/5/2012 11:06:50 AM

great article

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David   Garden Grove, California

9/5/2012 10:53:32 AM

Great Article. I can use this information. Thank you

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Jack   Las Vegas, Nevada

9/5/2012 10:48:20 AM

I have Northern Breed, this is great information! Thanks

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Patricia   Johannesburg, Alaska

9/5/2012 4:00:49 AM

Thin and Trim sounds perfect for my for my White German Sheppards of which I have 4 but only one has a thick curly hair rather like a sheeps
coat.
The local guys will not trim a large dog so I will have to do it
myself.
What tools do I buy
?

Patricia South Africa

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Melian and Tiny   E, CA

8/13/2012 11:39:53 PM

Yep, that's what I meant!

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Cindy - 50873   Fallon, NV

8/2/2012 8:22:37 PM

I think this is a very good article

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Diane - 30234   Grand Rapids, MI

7/26/2012 12:53:48 PM

I think Melian is talking about weed seeds picked up while running through the woods and fields.

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Kelly - 224776   Aberdeen, NC

7/23/2012 12:53:55 PM

I worked as a vet tech all my life and in NY and NC, we shave-down tons of dogs! Melian,what do you mean by "fewer seeds?"

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Melian and Tiny   E, CA

7/19/2012 11:22:49 PM

I just trimmed my yorkie this summer with a puppy cute. He loves it! And there's the added advantage of much fewer seeds during these dry summer months. In winter he'll get his nice long coat back.

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