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Before and After Grooming Pictures

Chow-Chow in a lion cut

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This is a Chow-Chow trimmed in a lion cut. I don't recommend this kind of haircut for chow-chows, although they seem to be very popular among chow-chow owners. Shaving a double-coated breed can cause some of the following problems:
  • The dog's coat may grow back sparsely and in patches.
  • It will not prevent a dog from shedding nor will it make him cooler
  • It can cause skin irritations and abrasions caused from scratching
  • It can cause sunburn because his/her natural protection has been removed.

Airedale Terrier

 

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This is a pet clip. Andi's coat was clipped to about 1" on her body and her face was trimmed to about 1/2". Her ears were shaved short and I left her muzzle slightly longer.

 

Cock-A-Poo

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This cocker spaniel/poodle mix, also known as a cock-a-poo was very over grown and was badly matted all over. It would have been too painful for the dog to endure hours of pulling on her fur to remove the matts. A complete coat removal in this case was necessary and I was able to de-mat her ears. She looked more like a cocker spaniel rather than a poodle. She was a lot happier after we were done.

Mixed Breed

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This is a complete shave-down of a mixed breed. Again, the owner requested this hair cut because of shedding problems. I don't recommend this procedure for the following reasons:
  • The dog's coat may grow back sparsely and in patches.
  • It will not prevent a dog from shedding nor will it make him cooler
  • It can cause skin irritations and abrasions caused from scratching
  • It can cause sunburn because his/her natural protection has been removed.

Golden Retriever

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This is a complete shave-down of a golden retriever. The owner insisted on this hair cut and I couldn't change her mind. The after picture shows the color of the undercoat without the darker, coarser top coat.

Keeshond

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This Keeshond's undercoat was very tightly packed, especially around her rear end and chest area. With the help of a good conditioner and a high velocity blow dryer I was able to loosen the thick under coat and brush out the majority of the loosened hair. I trimmed the hair around her rear, chest, legs and paws with thinning shears for a more natural look. It took several hours to groom this dog.

 

 

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