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Learn how to properly trim a young cocker spaniel dog.
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This is how I play and I’ve just brought along today to demonstrate the puppy trim that typically the pets, the American cocker is most ideal to be suited for and she’s a buff and she has got — just to explain a moment. She’s a buff pet and very attractive color. She’s got a perfect to top coat, not top coat she’s not being touched for 12 months. It’s absolutely glorious, it needs no extra pink and tie it a little bit of beyond the coat taking out in various places just to accentuate but that needs now creeping the tool and that’s quite unusual.
What goes with this coat because she hadn’t get a great deal of coat but what goes with this coats is this wonderful textured coat, this is absolutely correct and I’m just going to clip on her tights and again with the trim I’m just going to scrape out the v shape. She’s got very, very pretty head this spits and its scraping it in a v shape this time between those eyes but nice and look show all face not too sure. But I need to cavalier and she’s nevertheless and its quite nice to balance for her face and I’m going to do just the same as before I’m going to take this hair off the sides.
This one is what of mine she’s got a little bit of to behave them Jack. So and again towards the eye from the knee the eyelids that ‘s what accentuates the chastening under the eye and again with the edge of the blade down the muscle, the thumb again to take that out along there and again from the same place the breast part is the same as if you were doing a show dog.
The head is exactly the same take that right of underneath the chin and here we go and then it tops from the raise up and this is obviously a lot sure of that but again its nice to have a little bit of feather in there. And the tops of this clip gives on the same expression go on top of this is for this American cocker Spanish is actually a little bit pink in there and not once a little bit an attention, one of the air cleaners. And then thoroughly dried and then one of the powders just to keep that from get any infection.
Now just turn around and it go down the buckle in that again and it’s going to scoop away and chopper in that. And it’s going to go down along the diaphragm so the beginning of the leg and a little bit more severe than on the show rim that show trim so you cannot. So more or less finish the front and again just the same with the back end clean out the back end, use this in seven this time and after this severe along the pet around the boom.
You know the fashion for this extra ordinarily heavily coated dog is not quite across this standard is really I think that the paper is first right standards having mine anyway that’s just trim that around the tail and a little bit more. And then near the thing I do for the pet trim is that I just lift up their leg and I clip the inside again with the seven put her inside about legs, same with this side we can see that from the when she stood naturally. But it helps the pet owner because we’ve finish the clip of work now and I’m just going to thin thing just as we did before. Its important really even if that’s only a pet that you make a good job of the head and it’s an American cocker is a part of the coat it’s just the thing that says the breed completely apart from other breeds. And its pretty little push more faces and quite high, it rises over the head and it’s got an exceptionally beautiful head and it’s got lovely eyes and lovely push fool of face and you’ve left this little bit of coach on the top of the head and it’s got lovely shape that you don’t need masses of hair on the top of the head and I slowly and said over the black pigmentation, she got really pretty head the spitz.