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Tips and tricks for dog grooming, this video focus' on how to trim a Tibetan Terrier.
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Today, I’m going to use a comb attachment on a fine blade, this will give a quite a nice long natural look. Starting at the base of the skull, we’re going to work our way down the center of the back.
Now, I’m just going to work from the back gradually taking the clippers gently down the side, just running the clippers off the back.
Later on, I’m going to use the thinning scissors to shorten this area, it will give it a softer finish.
Never move your clippers too quickly, just let the coat—just when after side of the—maybe he’s never had clippers on before so this is quite new experience for her. She is a little bit—round the neck so I’m going to use thinners there to avoid using the clippers. I would like to say that when you’re using a comb attachment, you must always use it on a clean well groomed coat. It won’t go through knots or any sort of dirt but use correctly, they do give a lovely finish and this is quite a nice length which any customer would be quite pleased to have, they generally don’t like the dog is too short and lady here just leave outside so we’re going to leave little bit on for her.
The next job to do is just to check it for me, little hairy into there. Using a finer blade a number ten, you don’t want too finer blade for Tomy but certainly not one that’s got wide space teeth as you don’t want to cut anything in between. I will just lift her up and just gently take the excess hairs off.
And let’s finish the—for the moment. I’m not going to remove the excess hair from beneath the pad. You don’t need to take too much off. This isn’t a breed that has really trimmed well out as long there’s no knot in between and we did check this over when she was being bath. I’m now going to start scissoring her, but I think I’m going to need a restraining her arm, she is a little bit fidgety and I do need two hands for the job.
We need to neaten this, lift the foot, cut a bit all down. I’m taking new scissors which in this case are not too big. I think this size is it will do you for the rest of the dog and take everything, all the hair off that comes below the pad. If you pull the head down, you can see. And now, using this scissors to an angle just go nicely around the front.