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Professional pet grooming guides: learn how to correctly use a stripping knife on your dog's coat.
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Male: We have the two strips of knives, the finer knife and the wider, and I prefer myself to use the finer knife for most of the work, but like everything it will work as you begin to use the tools and get use to griming all dog, so you will use your own adoptions, and find which tools and what’s better suit you best.
So with the knife you just hold it in our hand between finger and thumb and just follow fall few hairs out, itch, tan as I say coming down to the middle of the neck.
Female: This is another type which I found this quite goof for courting out under coats, tension that skin again, hold this blade of 45 degree angle and gently scrape hitch down the coats, and this is what you call courting, and as you can see this is under coats. This is not tucked that’s still coat this is under coats because we do want to remove that dead coat as well.
Using this is as stripping knife, I tend to find that I will actually cut a few hairs. This is why I much prefer. You can always tell that if they cut a few hairs because if you —they break. As I said I do tend to light to use my finger and thumb. You can rub some chalk into the coat as well.