Shaved Dog's Hair Not Growing Back?

I have a mini Aussie that I had shaved and some of the hair is not growing back, in spots.

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November 15, 20170 found this helpful

Your dog has a double coat for a reason. The Aussie should never be shaved, only trimmed. You should trim the dog two to three times a year and never shave the dog at all. For now you'll have to wait and see if the undercoat will grow back in. A good groomer will never shave an Aussie, but will do a trim to leave around 1 inch of fur on the dog.

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November 16, 20170 found this helpful

You can damage the undercoat by shaving. Not only may the hair not grow back, but the dog can be susceptible to bites.

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