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Tips and tricks for dog grooming, this video focuses on how to clip an Airedale.
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Brush all of the coat make sure there’s no tangles or any knots, same at the front. And now, maybe I’ll start clipping. Now, from the top of their head all the way down the black, all around up here to the top of the black here, we do with an oster 7F. All the way down, just--on top of the shoulder. An Airedale dog coat is very, very thick--too often there is just fairly blades but just make sure you’ll not run them too hot. All the way down from to the bottom of the chest, the top of the tan, all the way down at the back. And after this we call the pack up maybe whole the pack up stay with your finger with somebody of a blade. Make sure their body clipping mark is too long skirts, this will avoid clipping marks and then get my brush through. And that is the body. Next thing we do is we do the shoulders. When we do the shoulders they’ve to the seven blade. All the time and down to joint there, all the way down the design stroke following the line of the coat. And we’ll use take a brush. Brush forward and that is your shoulder.