Tips and tricks for dog grooming, this video focus' on how to groom the feet of a Norwich Terrier.
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Now, it’s the feet and finishing start for in between the back legs. And for this, I will require ultimately a pair of bladed scissors and I will start with the foot. Lift the leg up, holding the start area which takes a little of the weight of the dog so that as that is standing on three legs. You need to give them some support and just cut all the longest hairs that when you pull the coat out stick out a long away just on the inside of the hawk. This gives a nice, neat, straight edge to the inside of the back legs.
You take off all the long loose hairs that are growing between the pads and flocking those off nice and neat. And then, just remove a few of the long hairs around the edges of the back part as you place the foot back down and then just neaten around the foot. The foot is meant to be shaped like that of a cat, nice, neat, round cat foot. And the hairs that still continue to stick out here, if you just lift the foot of the dog, hold it so and just pull them out with your finger and some, I will cut off much easier.
As you work around the front of the foot until you have the required shape. Now, any longhairs that —the excessively long hairs I should say on the back of the hawk, you can neaten off with a thinning scissors, so that you leave it shorter and quite chunky looking there.