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Old 01-11-2013, 01:35 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I love this one! I am tempted to cut obi this short!

I think Grace will look so cute in the Korean cut with her topknot
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Old 01-11-2013, 01:42 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I don't know if this qualifies as Korean cut but I LOVE this. I think Gustave is getting this done next week.

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Old 01-11-2013, 02:16 PM   #23 (permalink)
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It looks like a modified Koren cut

Grace isn't a purebred so I don't worry so much LOL And she doesn't have that long of a snout I did a sort-of-koren-cut awhile ago... Really liked it on her.

Since I won't be able to bathe her for 2-3 weeks (the dew claw sutures will take longer than the spay) I want her short... I can easily use wipes on her, and manage her face and top knot

I'm thinking I trimmed her topknot area too much in back...so will go lower this time and let that part grow out. Since I groom them, it isn't an issue.

And now I know how to do her hair in her ears until they grow out more - just do more bands every 1-2 inches

I also want to be able to tie her hair up well for Monday - I don't want any "oops" clips to happen while they are shaving her LOL
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Old 01-11-2013, 02:44 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Marisa, I can't see that picture, it says "referral denied" when I try to access it.

As far as keeping the hair between the eyes long so it can be pulled into the topknot or ponytails, that's one reason I had Cozette's face clipped short-- we just could never get that hair long enough to keep it in the topknot, so it was constantly in her eyes. I don't have a problem trimming the between the eye hair once a week or so anyway. I use blunt end scissors and a comb so I can't injure them even if they move at the wrong time. The comb is between the eye and the scissors. Sometimes I do need help to hold their heads if they are in a squirmy mood (I try to wait until they've been tired out playing).
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I don't know if this qualifies as Korean cut but I LOVE this. I think Gustave is getting this done next week.

(Sorry I forgot whose dog this is. I found this pic here)
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Yea, that would be considered korean cut. Looks cute!
Make sure to post pics of Gustave with that cut!
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I groom Mia myself. I "try" to get her face that close but I can't figure out how to get her head that close. Clippers or scissors?? I used clippers on her neck and under her chin and ears last week. I love this look. Now I need to figure out how to do the top of her head. I'll take some pics when I give her a bath Sunday. When I do her head I cut what I can get between my fingers with scissors and that's as short as I go. When I do her face whiskers if I get them that short they stick up in her eyes. Do you trim them real short so they won't stick up??
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Marisa, I can't see that picture, it says "referral denied" when I try to access it.

As far as keeping the hair between the eyes long so it can be pulled into the topknot or ponytails, that's one reason I had Cozette's face clipped short-- we just could never get that hair long enough to keep it in the topknot, so it was constantly in her eyes. I don't have a problem trimming the between the eye hair once a week or so anyway. I use blunt end scissors and a comb so I can't injure them even if they move at the wrong time. The comb is between the eye and the scissors. Sometimes I do need help to hold their heads if they are in a squirmy mood (I try to wait until they've been tired out playing).


This is un-maltese but so cute I wouldn't dye Obi's hair though! I like how fluffy and fuzzy the head is... reminds me of a stuffed animal!
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