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Tips and tricks for dog grooming, this video focus' on how to brush a Papillon.
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So now I’m going to put some talc powder on to his coat. To help dry him off a bit more and make his coat very nice and silky. So what I do is to put some talc powder you can’t do that on to the brush, because that will get right down to the actual root for the coat.
And then if you brush, brush upwards starting from the bottom up. Which is like that and he is a good boy, and then downwards. So you’re getting the talc comes the actual coat. We’ll have to do this a couple of times and I’m going to put a little bit more talc in here.
If you put on the talc on your brush it actually goes where you wanted to and not everywhere. The talc that we use is actually got corn flour in it, which means it won’t so clog and go to sort of hard balls on the coat.
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