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Old 03-31-2008, 02:35 PM
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im lucky...
the chis are MINIMAL shedders, spring and fall we tend to find the odd chihuahua colored hairs abotu the place but otherwise...

and ruby is a none shedder, when i comb here theres plenty of hair to remove lol, but like the poodles, the coat kinda grabs onto them so without a deshedder there not going anywhere, there realy classed as "none shedders"

then charlie the cocker is a low shedder, he tends to shed a bit all year round but again its only the occasional hair here and there...

since working at the daycare ive found out i have a SLIGHT dog allergy...lol, classic huh, live with 5+ dogs with no problems, but get around heavy shedders and suddenly get itchy nose lol.

its mild enough though that its just an occasional sneeze.

just goes to prove, none of our dogs are realy shedders at all
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Old 03-31-2008, 02:37 PM
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I have huskies...need I really say any more?? LOL And to emphasize my point...This was taken when he was only starting to blow his coat!



The nice thing about these guys though, is that when they arent blowing coat they arent shedding at all!
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Old 03-31-2008, 03:03 PM
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Dance is a pretty minimal shedder, Keira's a pup so not much of a shedder yet, Morgan is a very heavy shedder, and Winston's somewhere between moderate & heavy. There are pokey little black hairs everywhere that belong to those two.
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Old 03-31-2008, 03:48 PM
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umm... Matisse doesn't shed much thank goodness... He's got fur like a tibetan terrier, quite long...but not that sheddable ooo new word.
Although all his hair seems to fall of when he gets bathed!
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Old 03-31-2008, 03:51 PM
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Maggie hasn't shed much so far. She's losing a little bit of hair now that it's starting to warm up a bit but not nearly as bad as the cat!
HA! Ditto!

My cat sheds soo much! you know exactly where she has slept because of the trail of hairs left behind!
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Old 03-31-2008, 04:16 PM
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Mac sheds minimally, so does Harry, their coats are pretty tough. Sophies coat is very smooth with no undercoat but the hair just falls off her. But is the worst though, at change of season I can just pull handfulls out of him at a time.
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Old 03-31-2008, 04:18 PM
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Boris doesn't shed too much actually, but Tips... Uggggh. Black. hair. all. over.
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Old 03-31-2008, 05:43 PM
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Shed? Middie? Surely you JEST.

Ohhh wait a sec, I've vacuumed 3x this week already, washed blankets and bedding, groomed him outside.. and there's STILL so much hair coming off of him you could make another dog. It's sick. I want to shave him.
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Chloe has really started yet... but OMG when she does... it is everywhere
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Old 03-31-2008, 05:52 PM
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lol remember when I moved here. We put the dogs in kennels straight away while we looked for a house. I started a new school, got a new uniform, was livng in a caravan at he time, somewhere the dogs had never been and had a rnal car whichthe dogs had only been n once.

After 2 weeks, I was at school, lookd own at my new skirtand there it was, a single, crimpy, Buster undercoat hair. It had travelled about 1500kms in my luggage or soemthing and laid rest on my skirt, the stuck with me and school all day afterspending 2 weeks in the caravan.

We actually dogettumbleweeds if we don't clean for a few days.
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