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just wait for the spring shed and you'll find out just how much undercoat the HairyDog has...

That picture looks more like the results of shearing a sheep!

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I actually don't think he has that much--his neck and "mane" area, and his rear leg feathers. It's his guard hairs that seem to get everywhere. I don't see how he does it.
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I actually don't think he has that much--his neck and "mane" area, and his rear leg feathers. It's his guard hairs that seem to get everywhere. I don't see how he does it.

<VBG> Trust me (or don't) I was always amazed (every spring and every fall when my hairy dog (Henry the Aussie)--shed out--he dumped a lot of guard hair (normally I'd find a few around the house but not many) but he shed enough undercoat to amaze me. And I actually groomed him fairly frequently but he hung on to the undercoat like it was precious until he shed it out. And he tended to do it in about a two week period.

But when he did shed we had drifts of hair around.

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<VBG> Trust me (or don't) I was always amazed (every spring and every fall when my hairy dog (Henry the Aussie)--shed out--he dumped a lot of guard hair (normally I'd find a few around the house but not many) but he shed enough undercoat to amaze me. And I actually groomed him fairly frequently but he hung on to the undercoat like it was precious until he shed it out. And he tended to do it in about a two week period.

But when he did shed we had drifts of hair around.

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Normally I find thousands--hundreds of thousands--MILLIONS of guard hairs around the house--S L U T ' S WOOL (I just love that name for dust bunnies) under the kitchen table composed entirely of dog hair. Piles of hair in all of the corners of the stairs.

I mean, cleaning is not my specialty. So of course it adds up if you leave it there for....a while.

But still.

!! WTH, DT starred out my "curse" word--S L U T ' S . So I had to type it with spaces between the letters. I know worse gets by on the Chicken thread.
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So what kind of dog is that - looks like a Great Pyrenees .

Agree - Looks my like somebody gave a sheep a haircut
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So what kind of dog is that - looks like a Great Pyrenees .
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Amazing! Owner will be smart to save all that removed hair....will be useful for when your TP runs out....


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I had looked at a video of a different dog (same breed) before I found this picture; I didn't want to post the whole thing, though. But those pictures were just a little cuter, because the person had covered the dog with the fur and just had his nose sticking out. Which is kinda funny, because all of the hair had come from him in the first place. But I couldn't pull a frame out of the video.

ANYWAY...like I said, he was the same dog breed and there was about that much hair. The owner said on that video that he had saved 3 days of hair he had brushed out.

So the above? 3-4 days worth, I guess.
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