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Now for the back, good boy! Some people go straight across so that it will give a slight downward page to it.
Now, we can do the front, you’ve go to do both sides before you can do the front properly. We’re not going to take too much for this, he hasn’t got this longer quite finishing as he has body coat. You just want the tip there and tip there. Already there we go, it is quite important to make sure you’ve got the head right when you’re trimming in the right position up not if his head is down obviously you’re going to cut too much off and that just right. That just gives him enough coat for the finished picture on the box and it’s not too long that it will trip over it. There’s absolutely no more hair to be taken from anywhere on his thighs, there’s no trimming onto the eyes, nothing okay?
If the mustache is needed to be done, they would have been done when you cut down there. So, they already have a part so we’ve got is the top knot and he is. He is actually already been trimmed but you’ll see that being done on—and really actually all we’ve got to do is trim the top parts of the ear in the shape of the ear, pointed shape. And just take that quite close to the hair, quite close to the ear. Then on that side and if there is hair on the inside, trim the insides as well just again from about hair upwards. Always think of a little triangle because you want all his hair as long as possible coming down here.
Well, you can trim this top knot, you lie down like that. And that’s really literally just the tip off. Some of you don’t even do that and so you really if it’s actually going down to the floor and getting in the way but that’s knot that’s fine.
Now, the only important—you can of course buy lengths of ribbon which you know, you can make up about with them then but we like to use this already made pieces of ribbon bush with elastic bonds in them and this you can get at the shows.
Now, for the lead and a brush we want to brush all the hair away from the neck so you can get the lead on underneath as you top knot as well—lead up beyond ears, pull it down.
When you’re carrying a dog with a lead on by the way, put the lead around their neck, don t let it dangle to the floor. I’ve seen a few people tri up on leads dangling to the floor. All he needs now is his traditional red box.