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    Default Grooming attempt

    As before, I havent posted for AGES so you might have to put up with a few "catch up" threads for a while.

    I have always home groomed Pippi. I usually just use scissors and hack away until she looks a bit tidy.

    For a change I thought I would use hair clippers, and I must say, quite impressed, she looks much better using clippers to do her grooming.

    However, if I am being completely honest, she is much cuter when scruffy!

    BEFORE (though not her full scruffness as she had had a scissor cut kinda mid spring/early summer)





    AFTER




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    Shes so cute! And you did better than me.

    I also home groom Georgia my moodle. I used to send her to the groomer but it just stressed her out way too much. I use the clippers on her but its funny because she has maltese fur all over except her bottom half...its like she has wooly jeans on lol...thats her poodle half and so the regular clippers dont work down there. I had to get the special dog clippers...cost a fortune but ive had them for about 7 years and they are still going strong.

    Well Done!

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    Pippi looks like she was groomed by a pro! Well done Lala

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    She likes her new look... Did Pipi get sprightly after her clipper cut? I only ask this because my sisters dog Harry even though he is old acts like a young pup after his clipper cut
    “All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed. For after all, he was only human. He wasn't a dog.”
    ― Charles M. Schulz

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    Nice job! Clippers always do a much nicer job no matter what your skill level is

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    Good job mate.

    Glad your posting again.....i've missed your straight to the point, no holds barred , no B.S posts !!! Hope ya havn't changed much Lala.


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    DONT SIC YOUR DOGMA ON ME !

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    Nice job Lala

    You could always leave a few strategic scruffy bits, like a Mohawk and a rat tail and a parrot crest here and there. A mini ridge back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Good job mate.

    Glad your posting again.....i've missed your straight to the point, no holds barred , no B.S posts !!! Hope ya havn't changed much Lala.
    Haha, not likely. That stuff is fully ingrained!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Nice job Lala

    You could always leave a few strategic scruffy bits, like a Mohawk and a rat tail and a parrot crest here and there. A mini ridge back?
    ahahaha, I am going to do that next time!!!! Might go for a full body mohawk/ridge

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