curly coat

curly coat

seen in some breeds of dogs, such as Curly coated retrievers, Irish water spaniels; reported as an inherited condition in some breeds of cattle, horses and pigs.
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He is a white entire male, scruffy-looking terrier type with a curly coat, possibly a Jack Russell or West Highland Terrier crossbreed, and aged around seven years old.
The 26-year-long study took samples from five breeds of stud dogs (Labrador retriever, golden retriever, curly coat retriever, Border collie and German shepherd) at an assistance dogs breeding center.
It makes sand spurs get stuck in my curly coat and between my toes, and then I whine.
Sportsmen owning American water spaniels maintain the little brown dogs with a curly coat and long tail stand strong afield, whether waterfowl or upland hunting.
6 Poodles The dense, curly coat of these dogs doesn't shed, but grows quickly and matts easily.
With a black, curly coat and a spirited temperament, Matisse mirrors the standards for an ideal Portuguese water dog.
He also loves being brushed, which is handy as his unusual curly coat benets from a good commands and walks well on the lead.
Affected animals can be born with abnormal hair that shortly falls out, or are born hairless and develop short curly coat with age.
The name Lagotto Romagnolo came from the Italian word "Can Lagot" which means "water dog" or in other translations, "wetland hunting dog with crimpled, curly coat.
The breed's flat to moderately curly coat might be any color from solid liver to solid chocolate, with perhaps a white spot on the chest.
More than 200 pigs representing all 17 registered breeds in the country will be on view, including the tiny Kune Kune, a Maori breed from New Zealand, and the woolly-coated Mangalitza, an ancient breed developed from the Lincolnshire Curly Coat.
Other unusual pigs appearing at the festival will be the woollycoated Mangalitza, an ancient breed originally known as the Lincolnshire Curly Coat, which was exported to Europe and developed in Austria and Hungary where they were held in high regard for the quality of their bacon.