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Some people like to bath inside the sink but I prefer to do it actually on the draining board. If you notice the safety reasons I’ve actually got his hind leg between my fingers so he can't jump. I’ll just get the water to the right temperature now. Make sure you get the temperature of the water right; you just want it lukewarm, okay. I wet the dog all over. I use—shampoo, it’s very good product and it’s very good for getting the grease and oil out of the coat and because we’re putting so much oil on a daily basis on the coat, you really need to use this in each.
If the dog has not oil, we’re only going to water it down so—nice and neatly trying not to rub the coat if you see what I’m doing just getting the shampoo into the coat right down to the root of the hair here, underneath here around this on the side. And the front here is lot to shampoo particularly if you’re getting the dog ready for a show, what it cost about buying shampoo is not worth worrying about and if you want good result, really get into the legs and the feet and under the feet.
Now of course the back hind, some people do the eye no glance, I don’t do eye no glance unless the dogs actually need the eye no glance doing. If the dog is on a correct diet, normally the eye no glance will empty themselves very particular attentions to the face obviously. Fairly I want this grease and oil out of the coat because if it’s left greasy it really does notice into the eyes on the side. All the time keep pulling the hair gently straight down to the ground again so it’s not being tangled up. Just run your fingers through it every so often.
Then the top knot start working the shampoo into the top knot, get it nice and love it and each time just gently pull the elastic bond that makes you one half to cut it out because the shampoo jus t lets it fall out. And once you get to this stage just keep your fingers in the back here and through the coat getting it all up through the top knot and the ears, inside of the ears now just to stop—just down the sides here. This does take a long time than rush it, there’s no need to rush. I’m going to rinse him and then I’m going to shampoo him up again like that holding him securely. I’m not preferred to use the shallow hoses. They do much thorough job typically if you’re getting the shampoo out of the coat because if you leave shampoo in the coat, it can look scurfy.
Don’t worry for that bit water goes in the eyes. I want her actually because if any shampoo might have got in the eye slightly where you were shampooing up. Very thoroughly rinse this, start at the head because obviously you don’t want to do the back come and get all the shampoo out and then start doing the head and it will go, if they comes to the back again good luck. I will be over thorough with this rinse because I’m just going to shampoo him up again now. Completely all over again as we done before, top knot. If you’re not sure just do the areas again just I think—
Hold the head up when you’re doing the top knot from the back, that water run down the back of the neck. Just keep pulling the coat down with your fingers gently just running your fingers through as if you’re—I’ll probably rinse more than anybody else. So, I just would rather spend extra time rinsing the coat then get into the show and looking down seems go from the coat. They are lots of different conditioners on the market, lots of dog conditioners. I just use whatever I’m using for myself. I don’t need too much just a small amount because the more you put in the long it’s going take to rinse it out and again too much conditioner left in the coat can make the coat looks scurfy or greasy. I rinse your hands; just rub it gently down the coat, just a little bit on the finishing.
Now, gently just rinse, squeeze out, very gently squeeze out all the water from his coat. Alright, don’t rub them with a towel, just dap them dry because you don’t want to mess rub and bright the coat. I don’t want him completely dry. I want him to stay a little bit damp. It gives me better control getting the coat nice and straight.