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Well, it really depends. You have to look at their pedigree and find out if anyone in their family has long hair. Such as the grandpa or grandma. 2 short hair dachsunds had 4 puppies. 3 were short haired and one was long. Their next litter was 2:2 and their last litter was 2:2 again. The dads parents both had long hair.
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Gently part your taint hair with a spatula and use plenty of peanut butter to lube up the guch.
put in low pony tail at the back en cut it off at the top of the elastic
for girls sorta short but kinda middle
Hair grows at an average rate of about 1/2 inch per month.
a really cute one's a corgi there are two type pembroke welsh corgi and cardigan welsh corgi
if their is a long haired relative
short is more "i'm the party like" and long is "STUPID AND SASSY" (mean girl)
I think Rhianna's hair is short. When you see her with long hair, i think its a wig.
There are both long-haired and short-haired chihuahuas, so both.
That's a matter of opinion.
Its all based on genetics. You could do this easily with a 'Punnet Square'. Smooth hair (short) is dominent and Long hair is recessive. If both dogs are purebred Long Hair and… purebred Short hair, not carrying another gene, odds are, they will all be smooth puppies carrying the recessive gene from their father. If your female smooth hair had a parent with long hair, 2/4 you will get a long haired puppy. Hope this helped! c:
Short, very much like a lion's. Mainly short hair alright.
her hair is long, and this question is crazy
It depends on the genes of the parents. The puppies will have a range of short to long the long hair is dominate most of the puppies will have longish hair. If the short hair …is dominate then most of the puppies will have short hair. Like i said its going to be in a range of short to long.
Yes short hair dogs do get fleas they can stick to the dog in many ways
In Animal Life
Same way two white humans can have a black child; genetics. If there was even one long-haired cat in the females or males genetic history, it is possible for them to have a l…ong haired kitten as a result. Also, female cats (known as "Queens" in the cat breeding community) only ovulate upon stimulation. This means that she only drops an egg after each mating and sometimes it takes more than one attempt with the same male, hence why they mate repeatedly before moving on. This means, however, that each kitten could, in fact, have a different father. If your Queen got out and mated with a Long-haired Tom Cat well... You've already seen the end result.