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I’m going to start to have with my nine scissors and to cut the shape in and I like to set to straight to start with so I will start with my two points here to be trimmed in the back of the tail set and enter the angulations just where our first thigh stops, this is our second thigh, and I’m going to take this quite short. I will comb up and out. Stand the dog and to make out— we want to trim upper up here to join the leg so I would start scissoring quite high stand and then I would round off just underneath there way I want the shoulder to be and I’m going to do the front of the chest on the line and this is just purely set my trim. This is where I want the fortress to be to calm down into their leg.
Just trim the front of the neck, come down the neck and take this quite short. Don’t take any of this beard of because it’s purely the line and I’m doing from the throat down to just above the breast bone because we’re going to scissor in for the chest. And I am taking that short breed stand that takes and you want around the thighs which is there and there and Lily I think needs slight help with their angulations so we won’t a noise long hawk and hair on the stifle which is down the knee.
To slightly improve her the thighs out and I would take out some hair underneath the toe and at the side of that. They should carry the toe over their backs and that should be happy. You’ve got to be brave and we’ve got to save around the line now and you’ve got to decide whether to we going to take that line out right there because don’t forget you creating a box. From the withers I got to scoop the up yet from the withers down there to there from that line and this has got to be 50, 50 so way your line but underneath line is going to be this very reason each individual dog.