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I’ve actually used on him a paint brush which is fine because you got a nice thick silky coat but if you’re using—if you got a young dog or puppy or dog with very fine young coat, you would use a pure bristle brush. And if you can’t get one of this, a hand brush like this its pure bristle will do the trick.
Okay, I will just turn him around do at head first leave the brushes all the way. This is the most important bit to get all the hair out of his mouth, his long hair it very easily gets pour up with a tongue. I’m taking down into the throat and get so much of it. We just get his hair out the way for an elastic bond and before we start to trim him going about. We’re now going to trim him further.
You hold the hair up at the back of the neck okay just behind the head. Here we go, now we want to make sure we get all the coat out from underneath here. You’re going to trim we don’t know long bit it’s left underneath because once we’ve trimmed it, we’ll find lost and lots of long hairs coming out from underneath when we groom it afterwards. This is why I like to use the paint brush again. It really does get into the coat, brings it all out for us. You could also use a comb as well. This coat is very long. It's been left extra long for the video. I always keep my hand—it’s not at the bottom of the coat.