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Old 10-17-2016, 06:15 PM
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There's nothing wrong with that coat, she's still young, the tails take longer to grow out but generally will by 2years. Do yourself a favor, put your mind at ease, Google search Tibetan Lhasas both of today and back in the early 1900s. I think you will find she's just carrying a traditional Lhasa coat. Specifically, check out Suddyam(not sure I spelled that right) Cutting's dogs.
I dont get any sort of results with that word. Maybe its something else. I really want to know.


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I agree with USALhasa, there's nothing wrong with the coat. I can't remember how old Pogo is? She probably hasn't got her adult coat through yet, it may change as she gets older. I would say one thing though don't rub her coat dry as the will damage it. As for the length, the original description was heavy, good length & dense but not to the floor. xx
Thank you so much both of you for giving this reassurance. I am going a bit easy now.
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Old 10-17-2016, 06:19 PM
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She has a long way to go - she is still very young Anuj - so give it time ..... some apso's coats grow quicker than others too. And here is one of the Cutting's apsos ...........


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