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Tips and tricks for dog grooming, this video focuses on how to groom the feet of a Wire-Haired Dachshund.
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Again tension, there you go. Now you can see the undercoat there coming nice and red and you can see the top going down, pulling up. I've got this to get up, used to get out as well. Good luck!
It takes a bit of patience and time to do the feet. You don’t want to hurt the dog so take a bit of time about it. Dogs which are not used to it might scream but if it’s been done properly, it actually doesn’t hurt, that means making them more nervous as to say well what on earth is she doing to my legs? Because if you do a little at a time, it is not painful process and they look and feel so much better afterwards.
Now we’re nearly down to the bit where we use scissors on the actual foot. The hair comes to a crown behind dogs’ legs and you're trying to take that down quite neat and tidy, so follow it down. Now this is where we come--the scissors come into play. Now these are ideal scissors for feet. As you can see they have a curved blade, I keep scissors extremely sharp, a sharp scissor is an easier implement to use and you get the effect quicker and the pulling around isn’t far less.
Now, first of all, smooth the head down so that you get the underfoot under the pad, these bits tidied up. It’s the same when you do miniature long hair, follow the pad edge. So you're going like that. This is just from the underside at the moment. Here a cooperative dog makes the job a lot easier. If there’s any danger of cutting the dog, stop and settle the dog and try again. Now we come to the front to get the shape of the foot. And here we do a bit of setting up the stall. The scissors again go round the shape of the pad edge and then we lift the hair in between the toes to stand it up straight. Do you see that, it’s standing up straight, see? And we get the scissors with the curve facing the correct way and just on the tip of the undercoat cut. Smooth it out to the edges of the pad in between the toes and that’s one toe done.