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Tips and tricks for dog grooming, this video focus' on how to clip an English Cocker Spaniel.
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These are my clippers. I use a number five head. I've got them plugged in and I use a circuit breaker. But what I do is I just take the top off.
Obviously, you have to be very careful especially on the red because unfortunately for the few days, you can see clipper marks.
Now with ears same for adult, up to a half, downwards and down the leg. You have to be careful not to dig the clippers into the shoulders otherwise you're going to get lots of marks unnecessary. Let the right of the clippers take themselves through. Now, clipping is very handy for a dog that’s been new to dog blades because one of the side effects of them being new within this blade is that the coats grow very, very wooly and there's no way that you can strip them and clip them. That’s cut in show condition once this has happened. So, clipping is a very, very, in my mind essential.
The tail, you just get out as best as you can. We’ll finish it with the scissors if you need to. You have to go on the other leg.