Does Samoyed fur grow back?

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Each hair follicle on a Samoyed (or other double-coated breed) produces a single guard hair and several undercoat hairs.

The hair shaft is programed to lose the under coat twice a year, then regrow it rapidly, but hangs on to the slow-growing guard hair for 1-3 years.

Then don't shave your Samoyed!

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Each hair follicle on a Samoyed (or other double-coated breed) produces a single guard hair and several undercoat hairs.

The short, fuzzy hairs grow back quickly (remember: they are programmed to get their full growth in less than 6 months).

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Dachshund Hair Loss.

Your balding buddy could have hidden medical problems.

With his long back and stubby legs, the dachshund is instantly recognizable.

This wiener dog can sport a short or long coat that sheds moderately, but this normal shedding has nothing to do with the bald spots he might develop.

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Their Fur Can Become Permanently Damaged by Shaving.

When a double coated dog is shaved there's no guarantee the top guard coat will grow back.

And the older a dog is the less likely it is to grow back normally.

The undercoat continues to grow, but for some dogs the guard hairs never do.

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When a double coated dog is shaved there's no guarantee the top guard coat will grow back.

And the older a dog is the less likely it is to grow back normally.

The undercoat continues to grow, but for some dogs the guard hairs never do.

His backside, belly, and legs never grew any top hairs back.

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While you may think you are doing your dog a favor by getting his dense coat clipped for summer, it can affect the regrowth of the hair considerably.

When your dog's dense hair coat is shaved, it may grow back thin, patchy, and a different texture, altering his natural heating and cooling system.

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No, shaving your lab can be detrimental to their health and overall comfort.

And as a final warning, once you shave a double-coated dog their top coat hairs generally will not grow back in the same way.

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Shaving a Pomeranian as with a lion cut will cause the fur to grow back in uneven patches.

If you've ever seen an older Pom with weird fur it's probably because they were shaved.

Yes - the fur will grow back however it might not grow back evenly.

It's also likely to take a really long time.

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