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By going to start by face, feet and telling Windy and getting up prepared for the bath. As you can see she’s got a reasonable time I would say roughly about eight weeks without a trim she’s very scruffy.
Personally I don’t worry if she’s not matted. I don’t worry about brushing out too much beforehand. I get down to basics straight away and I faced feet and tail.
You will need a reliable clipper some thing like a lobby, this is a lobby cordless trimmer, and it’s battery operated, with this comes a charger which you will need to charge the clipper up.
You’ll need two blades if you‘re starting first of all. The first one is for face, feet and tailing, not free for that you’ll need the 15. I’m going to clip her face out first because the blade is clean and cool at this time.
Make sure she’s sitting comfortably. Keep her loose slip lid of the dog. But then clip her on, wait a few seconds till she comes down. Like her rear back and starting at the base of the ear just take out gently and lightly. Don’t grip the dog just to hold her loosely and comfortably with her head resting on the back of your breast.
She’ll settle down in just a little. Don’t worry if she struggles and let us begin with. You’ll see to that trim from the base which forms the necklace down to the Adam’s apple and from the top I’ll draw a straight line to the corner of her eye.
Go with the dog, clip against the pair growth on the face, lips to her lip spread out the skin making sure you’ll get all the nasty hairs out here. You don’t want to leave anything in there before you can get to that feet, down her nose.
I point out this is a dog I don’t know and this is the first time we’ve meet so she is a little bit wiggly. She will settle down to sleep and get through it. On her lip down and do the edge gently and her head brow until exactly the same the other side.
Taking just up corner first make sure you’ll get all the hairs that it goes down to the necklace, and this forms a line to the corner of her eye. Try and keep your lines as straight as possible because they form the base for the top knot. Throughout the Adam’s apple, clip her hair off, cleanly.
Don’t worry at this stage if you don’t get it absolutely clean, we’re just basically clipping it off the bath. You can always go over it again when we get her out to the bath. She wants to lie down let her lie down.
Clip up the nose to start. Take out just the corners of the eyes first make sure it’s absolutely level across there. Some people like to be in there. First girly, I like it, it come to just a full start.
There are advantages if you put in a bin. If you put a dog with the very broad stylel as it narrows the skull down a little, but that’s when you’re doing show dogs and we’re cover in other video. Make sure you like to scrape.