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You’ll need some equipment for grooming and trimming a Poodle such as that seen here.
First the clippers, a reputable make two blades is sufficient to stop it, and to need to facts recommends and number five F and the number 15. Scissors, the best you can afford. This comprised a six, a seven and an eight inch.
Brushes and this is a medium size, soft sleeker, use for tough knots and ears. And this is a much harsh sleeker with longer pins for denser hair such as that on the legs.
And this is a pin brush which is used for longer coats and much more ambitious trims such as the continental and the line then you will need to comb like this, it’s stainless steel with two sizes of teeth.
Nail clippers which you should use little and often on your dogs’ nails removing just a tick. You will also need forceps, large and small for removing the hair in the dog’s ear canal, and of course there’s shampoo and the conditioner for the bath, both are diluted before use.
And finally you will need to spray for water a small plastic one. This is used to damp the dog’s coat down as you’re trying it.