How Fast does a Dogs Hair Grow?

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Dogs hair grows at different rates, according to the breed of the dog. Most dogs hair grows to a certain length and stops. The average dogs hair grows about 1 inch per month.
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There can be many reasons why your dog may need to grow its hair quickly in a healthy manner. The dog might be suffering from fleas that affect its hair quality; it might have had
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How fast does hair grow? This is a common question after a bad haircut or when you're simply transitioning from short hair to long. Rather than staring into the mirror and willing
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Jecri says: Dog's hair grows at approximately 1/2 inch every six weeks. Vitamin C supplements and B complex also helps in the growth of your dog's hair.
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According to my dog's groomer the length of time it takes for a dog's hair to grow depends on the breed of dog. Most long-haired dogs' coat will grow back in about a month, while the short-haired varieties hardly grow at all. Groomer's suggest getting the dog clipped every 4-6 weeks.
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