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Tips and tricks for dog grooming, this video focus' on how to groom the feet of a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier.
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Let’s start off with the feet. Now people think this is hard and it's not. Just think of shaving the horse. Comb all the hair down and lift the foot and then push your different fingers to the edge of the foot with your straightened scissors. Just remove the coat that sticks over to the bottom of the foot.
This process is very easy. It looks hard. You may think it's hard but just try it and think of shaving a horse on the back feet. Never do this actually with the front feet because you will find that the hair then left off and you cut too much off.
Place the foot back down to the table, using the fine comb. Just comb the hair down and the pieces you’ve messed. Just nip them off. It looks easy, practice makes it easy. These tables behind the way they are the ideal thing for grooming any dog. It brings the dog up to your level rather than rolling around the floor, fighting with your dog trying to trim its feet and trying to trim its coat. In the end you’ll pack up and the dog will leave home. So remember if you want to acquire one of these tables and this gallop of rockets it is a wonderful invention to help you tend to your dog a lot easier.
Moving to the front of the feet, the front feet’s side I do the same action, comb all the hair down, release it many knots. Stand the dog straight using the back of the comb flatten the coats to the floor. Straightened scissors again, follow the shape of the foot just on a slight curve of the table. It will you give you the desired shape. You do know that we can set this if you do them own one or you think you’re going to get one, you will find out that they are out pain for doing the feet.
Be nice with the dog at all times. Don’t shout at it and it will realize that you’re not going to hurt it and it will stand. Upon trimming the inside of the leg, you get down using the comb. Comb the hair flat to the table using the back of the comb and scratch it to the table making sure that the dog does not lift its leg off. You then follow the shape of the foot on the inside and then the back. You comb downwards, flatten it to the table. A snip is off. That’s a slight angle, making sure you don’t catch the dog’s foot. Be very careful. They are sensitive as you will find out or you already know.
That then gives you the desired shape of the wheaten’s foot. Now weathen terriers are very hairy and in between the pads they got a lot of hair. Now you can use the scissor but don’t forget dogs are webbed in between the feet and you see there is a lot of hair there. So for quickness and safety, I used electric clippers.
Now these clippers are the normal hairdressing clippers and the teeth are quite fine and there’s no way that you can damage any dog skin with them. So I will show you now. Lift the foot and just gently in between the pads remove any excessive hair. If a small stone get in between these pads and you leave the hair to grow and the foot gets them it will tangle up and before you know it all, you got a problem with the dog’s foot. Lift the front leg, tilt it back to you and just gently slide this in between the toes. You find that this is a lot easier than poking scissors in between the toes and possibly cutting it out. And if you do this once before at night your dog will be very happy.