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While he is now safely in the bath, then we will secure the back just to make it feel more comfortable. Check the water to make sure it’s not too hot and not too cold. It is quite considerable time to penetrate to fit a coat like this. Shampooing is a very important part of a trimmed dog. If you don’t get it clean, you won’t get a nice finish at the end so we need to be systematic in how we do it, leave the feet really nice and clean. I think the old English feet are quite a feature, perhaps the trend.
It’s important to get the head nice and clean, I do tend to get a bit greasy, might have eaten the food and buried in the garden. This point you can—here is a bath brush, make sure you’ve got it completely through them out. Avoid getting shampoo in the eyes by working away from the eye. I'm now going to rinse her off before we repeat the process again. I’ve completed the first rinse, I'm now ready to do the second one, make sure the dog is squeaky clean.
Mollie’s coat is in good condition so I don’t really think at this stage we need to put a conditioner on. If we need it a little later on, then we’ll spray it in the coat while we are actually drying it. I always use the spray pointing down here, never up. In that way you won’t get any water in the ear. As I'm rinsing, I can now clear my hands—as I run my hands down the leg, I can feel my hand squeaking and that’s a good sign that your dog is completely clean.
Okay that’s the bath completed. Now, before we take Mollie out the bath, we can squeeze as much water in it as we can get. While you're squeezing the coat, you can tell whether you’ve got all the shampoo out. Any shampoo left in the coat will leave a very distinct feel in the coat when you come to scissoring.