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Professional pet grooming guides: learn how to brush a Bichon Frise.
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Now we’re going to ramp brush and break of the coat before the bus check for any knots and this is also gradually to check for the visitors and hopefully they have not got which is place then you will have to use any insecticide or shampoo if they have.
First let me brush and I use a paintbrush just too gently start at the brush with the leg and brush from the ends of the hair and then work your way up and do not drag any coat towel. You should be able to brush your dog and have no hair in the brush.
But to pay particular attention under the arm area this is what we call a friction area when the dog is working about and there is friction there and this is the place that normally knots up as well as the behind the ears. He has got a few knots there if I try to explain that see how you to hold the head when you brush the head and if you can just hold the head gently with your hand so that she can’t move her head and then work your way up so that she cannot leave a head around because of the eye area which is very important and then hold the other side. Safety first. Hold the muscle, brush under her chin and we’ll just take a little to do behind the ear. Very careful with the head here and we don’t want to break any hair off because those days she still has got a puppy coat hair and actually Lily’s coat is breaking, she’s actually. She got a lovely coat and it’s double and it’s got its cork screw and it is silky and so we’re very lucky but when I brush attention the skins so I hold a coat if you cannot brush all you would do you’ll hurt the dog because you’re pulling their hair and actually pulling a skin up.
If you tension the skin hold the coat and you pull in the brush up from the ends again when I say the end I mean you start from the end of the hair and then work up in your strokes to the ends and don’t start the button of the coat and drag it through it must be from the ends working down into the bottom so we come to the end and the tail wasn’t taken out any hair of this toe very precious.
We just do it in the tummy area and hold the two front legs very gently. Inside the back legs people do tend to have a little bit of the problem with. If you hold the tail and over the leg you can actually get into the back, starting from the bottom, oh your butt and then at the other side, hold the leg not too high up just comfortably not I got securely again it’s me.
Okay and now as I just mentioned that this is a slick of brush and that type and that is a very hard and the pins are very and it will actually rip out coat and I do not really recommend this type of slick of brush for the Bichon Firse and we want to soft slick up. And its more padded and the pins are final wire and its much softer very sort again with the slick of brush, secondly the same method just to pin brush.