Do dog change their fur when growing older?

@anetteh (3591)
July 25, 2009 2:19am CST
Our family member, "busan" has change her fur the past two weeks from being flat it has become more fluffy and longer. She is three years old, and I am wondering if she are changing her fur from puppy fur to grown up fur. I find her fur more soft and her hair longer the earlier and I am happy about that since I like dogs with lots of long hair...
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@bunnybon7 (37173)
• Holiday, Florida
25 Jul 09
funny thing is i made a discussion similar to this several months ago asking if dogs get age spots as we do. it seems lots of people have had their dogs get more spots or darker or lighter or longer or less hair also. so, i guess since my little coco has gotten dark spots as shes gotten older, dogs must change as they mature also.
@anetteh (3591)
• Sweden
25 Jul 09
Hi bunnybon7, thanks for sharing your thoughts with me. Well, since the both of us notice changes at our pets I also think it must be so. And thinking about it, it is not so strange. I saw the movie about the dalmatiner, and the spots they have is not on when they are borned, they come later during their life development.