Karan Posted October 4, 2012 Share Posted October 4, 2012 Ive da my 3 y.o. Female rescue for a year now. I've just completely stripped her black/brindle coat for the second time. She has a nice dense rough outer coat everywhere but on and around her face. She's my 4th Cairn; the others had lovely, full facial fur. When I first got her, I took her face down to the "puppy" face when I stripped her. It grew back in with a terrible "football" shape because her neck fur is so thick. The fur on her face did not get any longer than 1 - 2 ". After a year, her facial fur still looks like a puppy's. My ?: are some Cairns like this? Do some have the thin facial fur as a "fault" in the standard? (I don't know anything about her pedigree or background because she was a runaway rescue. Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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