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Tips and tricks for dog grooming, this video focus' on how to groom the neck of a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier.
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Lift the head, always comb when it doesn’t look right. Always comb it and then follow the jaw line and then make your neck line. Keep on combing the hair forward, separately from the neck. Always comb out when you're thin. Lift the head again, and the head up. You don’t need to hold this tight—when it’s used to it will keep quite still. Take it down gradually so you get the same shape as the other side. Comb it out, any pieces of that look that it shouldn’t be there, just nip them out. The length of jaw with one full hand and just remove the end of the hair. Then look at your dog from the front and make sure it’s balanced. You don’t want a football head, you don’t to be elongated and reveal eyes. You want to be able to make a nice neat pattern with the scissor so the dog is appealing to the look. While you’re there, pull the head up and take the jaw away and the neckline. Always go back and check your both sides that you're not too thick on one side.