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Tips and tricks for dog grooming, this video focus' on how to use grooming implements on a Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier.
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The soft coated wheaten terrier, I’m going to show you how to use the implements provided to make the coat of the wheaten terrier a much better coat and easier to handle. You will find that when you trim the wheaten coat, it is easier to live with and work with and the dog is happier and you are happier.
First of all the demarking licker. With the wheaten terrier mats, you will find that this curved is slicker which is very harsh is easy to remove the mats or release the mats. With this slicker you use a thinner a downward curving action which loosens the mats off. Be careful with this slicker because this quite costly and continuous using one spot may damage the skin and hair of the dog.
You then move from this slicker too much finer slicker with just easy on the skin and use this in the same action but without a curve and this will release the small amount left behind by the bigger slicker. You do this all over the dog and then you move on to the thicker comb with wider teeth quarter of an inch apart. You then wedge this in to the coat not pulling outwards because that tears the coat of following the shape of the dog and this then will remove any other knots that have not been removed by the slicker as you see with the back end small knots.
If you do come to a place where the slicker has not removed the knot, you tend to comb and switch side just by using the two end teeth and way into the knot and you’ll find that it will release quite easy.
Public markets enable you too work with the coat a lot better and remove the knots a lot easier. Now these, you will only find at dog shows. They can’t be found any of the normal pet shop. You then move in finer comb which then removes the fine end of the game and by the time you run over the dog with this, you will find that it's free from all knots and clean and healthy and then you can then move on to the trimming of the soft coated wheaten to your desired shape and length.