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breeze June 8th, 2011 05:15 PM

High Humidity =
 
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[B][I]a small puppy!! :laughing::laughing:[/I][/B]


this is just Archer's 1/2 of his back end when I brushed him this afternoon :eek:
I usually brush him every day, but with this high humidity it's hard for my hands :(



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after supper the other half and the rest of him :laughing::laughing:
thank goodness he loves to be brushed :cloud9::lovestruck:


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chico2 June 8th, 2011 05:33 PM

OMG,I thought Vinnie was bad,he too loves to be brushed about 10 times daily.
Archer is such a beauty:lovestruck:
We had 38C of scorching humid heat today,spent most of the time in the pool..

breeze June 8th, 2011 05:35 PM

I have to do the other side and his mane after supper :D

that gives me time to rest my hands :laughing::laughing:

pbpatti June 8th, 2011 05:49 PM

OMD Breeze, it looks like you left Archer on the floor all smushed up :D, oh that's just his fur???:eek: your boys look so great wished that I could meet them in person and give them great big hugs.. patti

hazelrunpack June 8th, 2011 06:08 PM

Holy catz! You already have a Pack-and-a-half's-worth of hairball, breeze!!! And that's just half his hindquarters? :eek: No wonder you have to rest your hands! :o

But look at that handsome Dude!! :flirt: And I'm sure he feels much better after all that coat is brushed out! :cloud9:

breeze June 8th, 2011 06:08 PM

[QUOTE=pbpatti;1013080]OMD Breeze, it looks like you left Archer on the floor all smushed up :D, oh that's just his fur???:eek: your boys look so great wished that I could meet them in person and give them great big hugs.. patti[/QUOTE]

:laughing::laughing::laughing: he melted cause of the heat :D:D:p

me too patti they would love all the hugs :cloud9::lovestruck:

breeze June 8th, 2011 06:11 PM

[QUOTE=hazelrunpack;1013085]Holy catz! You already have a Pack-and-a-half's-worth of hairball, breeze!!! And that's just half his hindquarters? :eek: No wonder you have to rest your hands! :o

But look at that handsome Dude!! :flirt: And I'm sure he feels much better after all that coat is brushed out! :cloud9:[/QUOTE]


yup :o just half his back end :o,


:cloud9::cloud9:

hazelrunpack June 8th, 2011 06:12 PM

Do you ever put out some of that fur for the birds in spring? They love dog hair for lining their nests. :D

breeze June 8th, 2011 06:16 PM

[QUOTE=hazelrunpack;1013089]Do you ever put out some of that fur for the birds in spring? They love dog hair for lining their nests. :D[/QUOTE]

sometimes, the squirrels love it more than the birds

cpietra16 June 8th, 2011 06:28 PM

wow Breeze, you can knit a blanket or a sweater with all that fur....as long as you don't wear it in the rain....:D

breeze June 8th, 2011 06:30 PM

[QUOTE=cpietra16;1013091]wow Breeze, you can knit a blanket or a sweater with all that fur....as long as you don't wear it in the rain....:D[/QUOTE]

:laughing::laughing::laughing:

on a side note do you know there is a place that you can mail leonberger's undercoats to them, to make a blanket??

hazelrunpack June 8th, 2011 07:28 PM

You know, there was a woman in this part of the state who used to knit dog-fur sweaters. She usually used the undercoat from golden retrievers, as I recall, but it looks like Leonberger undercoat would spin quite nicely, too! :D

Goldfields June 8th, 2011 09:43 PM

Breeze, your boy is a very handsome fellow, in coat or not. :thumbs up Is the undercoat easy to strip out ? With my shelties, if they have a soft outer coat it is easy, but if they have the correct harsh outer coat sometimes the undercoat lifts just off the surface of the skin and sticks there, quite hard to groom out, and if you make the fatal mistake of bathing them before getting out any loose undercoat it just forms a matt. :eek: Been there, done that :rolleyes:, it took hours to finish the job.
Cattle Dogs on the other hand can literally drop the whole undercoat overnight, which our Cuddles did the night before the Royal(biggest show in the Southern hemisphere) :frustrated: :mad: She still placed 5th out of 10 but what rotten timing! :D
I reckon Archer will be feeling wonderful after this groom.

breeze June 8th, 2011 09:49 PM

his coat is very thick, and the comb I have doesn't go all the way down to his skin.. the comb that does, is hard for me to hold so it takes me much longer..

if I forget to comb for a day or two it's harder :o
I normally brush/comb every day

pattymac June 8th, 2011 09:53 PM

I was kinda looking for the dog in the first pic!! That's alot of hair and alot of dog..he's very handsome!

breeze June 8th, 2011 09:55 PM

[QUOTE=pattymac;1013116]I was kinda looking for the dog in the first pic!! That's alot of hair and alot of dog..he's very handsome![/QUOTE]

:laughing::laughing:

thank you our vacuum gets used a lot :laughing:

tomorrow is Bree's turn :D

Melinda June 9th, 2011 04:49 AM

I thought I was looking at a dead dog!! *LOL* man, thats a lotta hair

Longblades June 9th, 2011 08:22 AM

I swear I studied that photo for a full minute trying to see an extra set of paws. WOW. I've heard people say they could make another pet out of the hair but I had no idea it was literally true.

He is a handsome fella. :)

breeze June 9th, 2011 08:33 AM

[QUOTE=Melinda;1013147]I thought I was looking at a dead dog!! *LOL* man, thats a lotta hair[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=Longblades;1013152]I swear I studied that photo for a full minute trying to see an extra set of paws. WOW. I've heard people say they could make another pet out of the hair but I had no idea it was literally true.

He is a handsome fella. :)[/QUOTE]

:laughing::laughing:

I finished combing/brushing King Archer last night and got 2 more piles :eek:
thought he would go bald :laughing::laughing: but nope.... still cuddly :cloud9::cloud9:

this usually doesn't happen all at once but with the crazy weather we are having, it's playing havoc with his coat

marko June 9th, 2011 08:51 AM

Cute pix Breeze! Who knew dogs could molt? :laughing:

breeze June 9th, 2011 08:55 AM

[QUOTE=marko;1013166]Cute pix Breeze! Who knew dogs could molt? :laughing:[/QUOTE]

:laughing::laughing::laughing:

Mirela June 9th, 2011 09:07 AM

[QUOTE=marko;1013166]Cute pix Breeze! Who knew dogs could molt? :laughing:[/QUOTE]


Me! :laughing: Leo is due for a line comb this weekend; I'll post a pic of the "result"

breeze June 9th, 2011 09:09 AM

[QUOTE=Mirela;1013175]Me! :laughing: Leo is due for a line comb this weekend; I'll post a pic of the "result"[/QUOTE]

:thumbs up:thumbs up
that would be cool


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