which is best.. Single, medium or a double coated in German shepherd dog

2017-04-25T03:11:36+0530 25 Apr 2017 3:11 am


2017-05-03T18:33:27+0530 03 May 2017 6:33 pm
There are two types of german shepherd Long Coat and short coat having difference only in their coat. If depends upon your choice. Maintenance is same for both in terms of food and exercises only difference is in grooming to keep the coat in condition. Long coat dog will require regular brushing and grooming. To Read more about the breed- https://
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2019-04-11T17:02:48+0530 11 Apr 2019 5:02 pm
The difference is twofold. One aspect is in how many hairs are growing from a single follicle opening. For instance, the Labrador is a triple coated dog, which is why, though the fur is short, it is dense and oily, the better to stay bouyant in water.A double coated shepherd will have the long slick guard hairs and a second, fuzzier undercoat. These hairs will look finer, but be curlier or wavier, making the slick guard hairs appear to have more volume. ( https:// )A single coated dog will shed the fur in flat hairs, the double coated may actually look more like a molting, where the fur comes off in woolly sheets or clumps. When a dog "blows a coat", it is often the volumizing undercoat that is lost, giving the dog a slender, sometimes more bedraggled look.
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